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5 stars This is a monster album and the one in which brought me into the world of Rush. Ever since I was 10 I have been listening to my local Classic Rock Station Q107 in Toronto, Canada. Being a Canadian band, they get a lot of airtime. I must admit, I am not a huge fan of Geddy Lee's voice. Although, he does hit the right notes and adds depth and feeling to the music.

Moving Pictures includes many of my favourite Rush songs ever and is my personal favourite album. YYZ, Toronto's area code, is a great song with a King Crimson type intro that pulsates and breaks down into a fast paced chorus. Vital Signs is a good song with an almost reggae style. Geddy's voice shines on this song. Tom Sawyer is an amazing song with a synthesized intro and complicated song structure.

Right now I'm just repeating what 200 others have said so I'll shut up. Moving pictures is Rush's best album, one of the most complex albums, and one of the best progressive albums ever.

Buckethead1 | 5/5 |


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