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3.95 | 1232 ratings

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4 stars This album is no "Moving Pictures" however I love it. "Subdivisions" is a very strong opener and I love "The Analogue Kid" "Chemistry" isn't as strong to me but it isn't bad at all. The band embraced the eighties with dignity as far as I'm concerned. "Digital Man" isn't brilliant "The Weapon" is good. "New World Man" is different - almost with a reggae feel - however I really enjoy it. "Losing it" is, to me, brilliant. I love "Countdown" as well. There is no doubt that Rush moved into the 80's with this album however as I previously stated they did it with dignity without sacrificing the music as many did. They remained relevant as a prog rock band to me where many an act lost that. Not only did they remain relevant to me - I loved the music. For me a solid 4 star album - one that would and will remain close to me into the future.
sukmytoe | 4/5 |


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