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2.85 | 206 ratings

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3 stars Sure, this is a novelty album. And it's certainly not progressive. But it is fun to listen to.

Before embarking on their thirtieth anniversary tour, Rush went into the recording studio and pumped out this set of songs that inspired them in their early years. So what we have is a disk of eight classic rock tunes, played Rush style. Nothing spectacular, just some well known tracks, played by Rush in a heavy, crunchy style.

None of the tracks are bad. the standouts to me are Summertime Blues, played in a similar arrangement as The Who used on "Live At Leeds", and Mr. Soul, that I think is better than Neil Young's original version.

Evolver | 3/5 |


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