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5 stars Signals mark a new era in Rush career. after the commercial-success of Moving Pictures, Rush didn't make another Moving Pictures-like album, Instead they created something totally different. Inspired by the growing popularity of synth and their early hard Rock roots. Rush recorded one of their greatest albums, both lyrically and musically. The album begin with the light-synth-driven "Subdivision", the combination between the synth and the hard-rocking guitar by Alex Lifeson was great. Subdivision became one of Rush's most beautifully written songs, and a fan favorite. Other songs that stand out here are "New World Man" almost reggae song with great guitar playing. and of course the hard rocking The Analog Kid, which got a new arrangement on the last tour(Snakes and Arrows). Overall a great album, like you can expect from Rush.
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