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3 stars Rush finds the 1990s.

After their synth period and after delivering the very refreshing Presto album, Rush returns with an album which proves they can move with the times too. Roll The Bones is a very refreshing sounding album too. It still have a lot of synths though. Far more than on Presto.

The songs on Roll The Bones is a bit of a mixed bag. Dreamline is a light weight song and not a good one. Bravado is really superb. The title track is great. Then we get treated to some really mediocre songs before the superb Ghost Of A Chance restores some credibility here. The two final songs are best forgotten.

Roll The Bones is a good album, but nothing more. It is among their weaker albums too, I am afraid and not much played in my household.

3 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |


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