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1980s.FM - Rush - Grace Under Pressure
Album Information
Album Grace Under Pressure
Artist Rush
Year 1984
Genre Rock

Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
AmazoniTunes 01 Distant Early Warning
4:59 61
AmazoniTunes 02 Afterimage
5:04 46
AmazoniTunes 03 Red Sector A
5:11 42
Amazon 05 The Body Electric
5:02 46
Amazon 08 Between The Wheels
5:46 46

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1 review done for this album.

A minor slump for Rush...
By: FerrisBueller
Date: 15 Aug 2010
"Grace Under Pressure" represents a solid attempt by the band, after parting ways with longtime producer Terry Brown. The band had settled on a new producer in Steve Lillywhite, who left them at the last moment to work with Simple Minds instead. The group finally used Peter Henderson as a producer. Distant Early Warning, while a fine track dealing with environmental issues, seems to borrow its guitar riffs from Red Barchetta (off of the earlier "Moving Pictures" release). Red Sector A unmistakably describes genocide, while Between The Wheels is one of Rush's darkest tracks, with lyrics relating to The Great Depression. Afterimage is a fine track covering feelings of nostalgia. Overall, this is a pretty good release, but since the album imagery clearly conveys that the band was seeing red, one gets the sense that it might have been even better if they had first cleared their perspective before recording.

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