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A FAREWELL TO KINGS

Rush

 

Heavy Prog

4.35 | 1538 ratings

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Discographia
5 stars Yes it is a marriage between progressive and Hard Rock. "Rush" is a different group, because it goes beyond the scope of the group do not stop making a silk or metal. The music here is very technical, but it is melodic, it's what's so strange, that is a real réussitte. The shrill cry of Geddy Lee that could façileent compared to a woman's voice is so powerful beauty and sharp. Neil Peart is a brilliant drummer extraordinary great talent, great class, he even bump on the texts of the group-oriented science fiction. Rich in energy and technical quality, powerful, inventive, a lot of compliments, with Geddy Lee, who in addition to singing has a huge bass and flexible. We believe that the 'Rush' has reaches a threshold where it will be difficult thing to do better. Even for fans of progressive rock that does not tear at the Hard Rock it is important to listen to this album that speaks volumes.
Discographia | 5/5 |

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