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4 stars Rush finally come to their senses and simplify their music. The thoughtful Neil Peart lyrics are still in evidence and Geddy Lee has come down off the higher register. I even like the cover of the LP. Basically the theme, lyrically, is rather simple it adresses the difficulties and complications of urban life, but the musical simplification is one of the aspects which really gaied my appreciation for this record. New World Man and Subdivisions recieved a lot of FM airplay here in Canada. These are the standout tracks along with Countdown. I can't believe I'm giving this four stars but the band certainly earned them on this one with a toned down and softer approach from previous work.
Vibrationbaby | 4/5 |


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