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4 stars As a RUSH fan, I confess when I've heard "Signals" for the first time , I stayed perplexed by the completely different direction they decided give to their music and "go aboard" into a "minimalist wave" sound. In fact was very difficult to me "digest" such substantial change. Only after the release of the next album "Grace Under Preasure" I started to hear this new approach with other perspective and I appreciated with pleasure this new dimension of RUSH"s sound. Naturally I can't consider this album in the same level of "Moving Pictures" or "A Farewell To Kings" but, nowadays I think which is a really good album. I can detach the track 1 "Subdivisions" , track 2 "The Analog Kid" , track 4 "Digital Man" ( this one the best track of whole album" , track 5 ". The Weapon " and finally track 6 "New world Man" ( where the band "dive" into a reggae/rock mix ). To conclusion, if this album is not in the same level of RUSH"s masterpieces... still deserves a 4 stars !!!
maryes | 4/5 |


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