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All The World's A Stage

Rush

All The World's A Stage

...live double album
UNI134 (Universal Music Group)
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1
Bastille Day

Bastille Day

Composer Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart
Band Rush
04:58 Play
2
Anthem

Anthem

Composer Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart
Band Rush
04:57 Play
3
Fly By Night / In The Mood

Fly By Night / In The Mood

Composer Neil Peart, Geddy Lee
Band Rush
05:04 Play
4
Something For Nothing

Something For Nothing

Composer Neil Peart, Geddy Lee
Band Rush
04:02 Play
5
Lakeside Park

Lakeside Park

Composer Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart
Band Rush
05:04 Play
6
2112

2112

Composer Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart
Band Rush
15:51 Play
7
By-Tor And The Snow Dog

By-Tor And The Snow Dog

Composer Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart
Band Rush
11:58 Play
8
In The End

In The End

Composer Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee
Band Rush
07:14 Play
9
Working Man/Finding My Way

Working Man/Finding My Way

Composer Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee
Band Rush
14:57 Play
10
What You're Doing

What You're Doing

Composer Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee
Band Rush
05:42 Play
Total Running Time 80 minutes
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All the World's a Stage was a fitting way of closing the first chapter of Rush.

This album is licensed for download from Universal Music Group.

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The '70s may forever be remembered as the decade of the "live album," where many rock artists (Kiss, Peter Frampton, Cheap Trick, etc.) used the format for their commercial breakthrough. While Rush's All the World's a Stage is not as renowned as the aforementioned bands' live albums, it is still one of the better in-concert rock releases of the decade, and helped solidify the trio's stature as one of rock's fastest rising stars. Eventually, Rush would polish their live sound to sound almost like a studio record, but in the mid-'70s, they were still a raw and raging hard rock band, captured perfectly on All the World's a Stage comprised almost entirely of their heavier material, the album packs quite a punch -- "Bastille Day" and "Anthem" prove to be a killer opening combination, while over-the-top renditions of their extended epics "2112" and "By-Tor & the Snow Dog" prove to be standouts. Even their more tranquil studio material proves more explosive in concert ("Fly by Night," "Something for Nothing," "Lakeside Park," "In the End").
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