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SECTOR 3

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4.65 | 41 ratings | 2 reviews | 56% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2011

Songs / Tracks Listing

Disc 1: Signals

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)

Total Time: 42:17

Disc 2: Grace Under Pressure

1. Distant Early Warning (4:56)
2. Afterimage (5:03)
3. Red Sector A (5:09)
4. The Enemy Within (Part I of Fear) (4:34)
5. The Body Electric (4:59)
6. Kid Gloves (4:17)
7. Red Lenses (4:41)
8. Between The Wheels (5:44)

Total Time: 39:23

Disc 3: Power Windows

1. The Big Money (5:34)
2. Grand Designs (5:05)
3. Manhattan Project (5:04)
4. Marathon (6:09)
5. Territories (6:18)
6. Middletown Dreams (5:15)
7. Emotion Detector (5:10)
8. Mystic Rhythms (5:53)

Total Time: 44:28

Disc 4: Hold Your Fire

1. Force Ten (4:31)
2. Time Stand Still (5:08)
3. Open Secrets (5:37)
4. Second Nature (4:36)
5. Prime Mover (5:18)
6. Lock And Key (5:09)
7. Mission (5:15)
8. Turn The Page (4:55)
9. Tai Shan (4:15)
10. High Water (5:33)

Total Time: 50:17

Disc 5: A Show of Hands

1. Intro (0:53)
2. The Big Money (5:52)
3. Subdivisions (5:19)
4. Marathon (6:43)
5. Turn The Page (4:46)
6. Manhattan Project (5:00)
7. Mission (5:59)
9. Distant Early Warning (5:22)
10. Mystic Rhythms (5:32) (Only on Lp)
11. Witch Hunt (Part III of Fear) (3:55)
12. The Rhythm Method (drum solo) (4:40)
13. Force Ten (4:57)
14. Time Stand Still (5:10)
15. Red Sector A (5:12)
16. Closer To The Heart (4:53)

Total Time: 74:22

Disc 6: Signals (5.1)

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)

Total Time: 42:17

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Line-up / Musicians

- Geddy Lee / basses, synthesizers, vocals
- Alex Lifeson / guitars, synthesizers, backing vocals
- Neil Peart / drums, acoustic & electronic percussion

Releases information

Six-Disc Set on Mercury; notable because the set contains "Signals" on DVD in 5.1 sound.

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RUSH Sector 3 ratings distribution


4.65
(41 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(56%)
56%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(31%)
31%
Good, but non-essential (3%)
3%
Collectors/fans only (3%)
3%
Poor. Only for completionists (6%)
6%

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Review by Gooner
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5 stars Much has already been written about the albums within this set - "Signals", "Grace Under Pressure", "Power Windows", "Hold Your Fire" and "A Show Of Hands". All I can say is that this is an exceptionally well done job on the remastering. Specifically speaking, "Hold Your Fire" (one of my favourite Rush albums) has been given its proper due for a remaster. Also, "Countdown" from the album Signals is crystal clear, especially the sampling from Nasa's space programme. Grace Under Pressure doesn't sound quite so cold considering all the keyboards that were used (it's all well balanced here). For remastered Rush, this is likely the last stop you'll ever make. Superb and highly recommended for fans of '80s Rush. Last but not least, Rush's most atmospheric album for the keys - "Power Windows" is simply breathtaking. Wait 'til you hear "Territories". Better people, better food and better beer (that pretty much sums up Rush and this great box set). Signals comes with a 5.1 version on DVD (and I mean "version" because it's slightly different on the mixes used for the 5.1). Wow! Thank you Geddy, Alex & Neil.

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5 stars don't buy this - wait till it's re-released with the bugs fixed! (SEE RUSH WEBSITE an reviews on the online sales site known as amaz**) even after the bugs get fixed ....even then - it's mastered WAY too high with reduced dynamic range, compression, clipping, etc ALSO,the sector 3 box appe ... (read more)

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