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3.54 | 940 ratings

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4 stars Power windows from 1985 , an album dominated by soaring keyboard , but don't expect to be something symphonic prog a la Zaragon (danish band) for ex. They incorporated very well that key passages with heavy prog that use to listen on their previous albums. The mid '80's caught Rush in a synth period like Signals or Grace this album is a good one all the way , with some finest moments they ever done, just listen to the powerfull pieces Manhattan Project , Marathon, Territories or Mystic rhythms , some of the best Rush tracks ever. A big album to me, better than Grace in many places, quite intristing and damn well played. And another thing the lyrics are awesome on Manhattan Project, and aswell on the rest. So, a big Rush album for sure that pleases me every second, 4 stars for sure, among their best ever. Rush knows how to survive in that period and compose a great album.
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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