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5 stars Firstly, I have to say that this is one of my favourite Rush albums. It feels different from what went before - tighter, short songs - and yet is still completely Rush. Subdivisions opens the album and shows exactly how to use a synthesier - it's refreshing, intense and brilliant, and Geddy Lee's vocal is spot on. The Analog Kid has some good riffing, Chemistry has some nice synth, Digital Man is good, so too is The Weapon. New World Man requires a few plays before it sinks in as a good song. Losing It is a classic, strong emotionally and benifitting from added violin. Countdown ends the album well as we listen to a rocket to the moon being launched. It's so good that you are there!

This is the best Rush synth era album. A must-have. 5/5.

memark | 5/5 |


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