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ROLL THE BONES

Rush

 

Heavy Prog

3.05 | 624 ratings

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Menswear
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3 stars Despite what a lot of proggers says, this album is far, far from the hunk of doggy doo they describe. This album actually changed my life. It was my introduction to Rush. If it gave me the craving for more, it surely deserves a little attention. I had no idea what this band was. I didn't started up with the richer period of Rush. I started up with the ear-candy. Good. I'm glad. First, the songs never got catchier. I mean it, almost every song is a candy for your ears. It's easy to listen to, and the musical performances are high as kites. It's Rush for a light day. There's never been as much rythm and finger snapping material in ANY Rush album after that. You're warned. Take this before Presto or Counterparts. Dreamline, Bravado and Roll the Bones are well crafted and are great for daily steering wheel finger tapping. I dare you not to like these three. That would be lack of honesty. The Big Wheel and Ghost of a Chance are quite appealing too. The rest is still catchy as usual, but honestly a tad easy. Not the most challenging record, but a collection of great dance songs...hey, where did I heard that?
Menswear | 3/5 |

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