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3 stars RUSH - POWER WINDOWS (1985) - 3,3/5

With POWER WINDOWS, Rush continued their new atmospheric era that begun with Signals in 1982. Even though the sound generally has changed for the worse (the drums are mixed in a more mainstream fashion for instance) the songcrafting still remains strong throughout the album, with MARATHON as the definite highlight. Its probably one of the best songs Rush managed to churn out during their 80s period. Lifesons guitar still sounds as great as ever and Lees new funky bassplaying is a nice addition. Overall the album is weaker than the two preceding ones, but it still garner a spin or two without skipping any of the tracks.

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