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5 stars Signals stands inbetween old school rock and 'spray-net' Platinum Blonde- Human League era. But Rush, as usual, tooked an opportunity to blend synths and rock. Not too much rock, though. But, what you get in here is a 'darker' Rush (The Weapon, Losing It, Analog Kid and Subdivions) , with lyrics that you can meditate at. Saying that album is weaker is not thinking in 4 dimensions...

You were in 1983, with bands like Splitz Enz and Devo. They had to follow fashion and technology to survive. Rush proves it's possible to be of your era with sticking to your guns. Subdivisions is a fantastic song with emotion and lyrics that takes you back to the kind of thinking when you were a teen, and is still after 15 years, my big favorite. Subdivisons had a great videdoclip with a little game in it. Try to find the 6 Rush's winks. Fun to do and well thought. Anyway in '83 Rush has evolved. Evolving is normal and Rush made no exception.

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