Rush - Signals CD (album) cover




Heavy Prog

3.95 | 990 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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3 stars This is a very interesting album because Rush turned out to have developed into a 'Midi- controlled power-sympho trio' that used modern equipment and integrated trendy styles like reggae and new wave. You can argue about the musical taste of this trio but I have to admit that this album sounds very impressive and dynamic! My favorite track is "Subdivision"because of the fat synthesizer sound and that great video-clip about a frustrated teenager in a suburb, so recognizable!

1. Subdivisions (5:32) 2. The analog kid (4:46) 3. Chemistry (4:56) 4. Digital man (6:20) 5. The weapon (part II of Fear) (6:22) 6. New world man (3:41) 7. Losing it (4:51) 8. Countdown (5:49)

erik neuteboom | 3/5 |


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