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1980s.FM - Rush - Signals
Album Information
Album Signals
Artist Rush
Year 1982
Genre Rock

Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
AmazoniTunes 01 Subdivisions
5:35 167
AmazoniTunes 02 The Analog Kid
4:48 90
AmazoniTunes 06 New World Man
3:43 129
AmazoniTunes 08 Countdown
5:50 84

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1 review done for this album.

Exceptional New Wave release by Rush...
By: FerrisBueller
Date: 15 Aug 2010
"Signals" is a fine follow-up album by Rush, given the huge commercial success of "Moving Pictures." Powered by an increasing use of synthesizers (which disenchanted some early fans), hits like Subdivisions and New World Man explore the issues of teenage angst and coming of age, and further build on the success of Tom Sawyer on the "Moving Pictures" release. The Analog Kid, Losing It and Digital Man, fine tracks in their own right, continue this theme, while some of the other tracks (such asThe Weapon, Countdown, Chemistry, etc.) may reveal subconscious concerns about the Cold War. This also marks the last Rush album produced by Terry Brown, who favored more of a Progressive rock sound, compared to the New Wave direction the band was evolving towards.

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