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Moving Pictures

Rush

Moving Pictures

...a rock classic
UNI164 (Universal Music Group)
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1
Tom Sawyer

Tom Sawyer

Composer Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart
Band Rush
04:37 Play
2
Red Barchetta

Red Barchetta

Composer Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart
Band Rush
06:10 Play
3
YYZ

YYZ

Composer Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart
Band Rush
04:25 Play
4
Limelight

Limelight

Composer Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart
Band Rush
04:23 Play
5
The Camera Eye

The Camera Eye

Composer Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart
Band Rush
10:58 Play
6
Witch Hunt

Witch Hunt

Composer Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart
Band Rush
04:46 Play
7
Vital Signs

Vital Signs

Composer Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neil Peart
Band Rush
04:46 Play
Total Running Time 40 minutes
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The slick, polished production suits the tightness and sophistication of the music perfectly. Moving Pictures is arguably the definitive Rush album and certainly one of the greatest rock albums ever recorded.

This album is licensed for download from Universal Music Group. 

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Not only is 1981's Moving Pictures Rush's best selling album, it is undeniably one of the greatest hard rock albums of all time. The new wave meets hard rock approach of Permanent Waves is honed to perfection -- all seven of the tracks are classics (four are still featured regularly in concert and on classic rock radio). While other hard rock bands at the time experimented unsuccessfully with other musical styles, Rush were one of the few to successfully cross over. The whole entire first side is perfect -- their most renowned song, "Tom Sawyer," kicks things off, and is soon followed by the racing "Red Barchetta," the instrumental "YYZ," and a song that examines the pros and cons of stardom, "Limelight." And while the second side isn't as instantly striking as the first, it is ultimately rewarding. The long and winding "The Camera Eye" begins with a synth-driven piece before transforming into one of the band's more straight-ahead epics, while "Witch Hunt" and "Vital Signs" remain two of the trio's more underrated rock compositions. Rush proved with Moving Pictures that there was still uncharted territory to explore within the hard rock format, and were rewarded with their most enduring and popular album.
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