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3.95 | 949 ratings

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4 stars The eighties era of this band had its uppers and downers, for so many Rush fans this album is the begining of a new era, which meant to leave the epic and long tracks aside and take a new adventure with the sounds that that decade were experimenting...in other words: Pop like music. However, this decade has brought to the same Rush fans some great albums and so many great moments...Just remember the Permanent Waves and the ever-classic and a favorite Moving Pictures...Signals represented something that the trio were trying to show for the future and this one (the last with Terry Brown as a co- producer) is a very good album. Good songs...a great A-side, with the classics Subdivisions and Analog Kid...The Weapon is one of my favorites and maybe above all the parts of Fear my favorite one. Between this and GUP I would rather choose this one. An must have to any prog and Rush fan.
Carlos | 4/5 |


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