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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 29

2023-12-11 17:45

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 29

Welcome back to the second installment of our week dedicated to Rush.

Welcome back to the second installment of our week dedicated to Rush.


After the post-'2112' period, Rush continues their musical journey, exploring new sonic horizons that over time transform their identity while maintaining their progressive essence. 'A Farewell to Kings' (1977) merges the epic approach of '2112' with elements of electronic synthesis, paving the way for new musical landscapes (an excellent example being the splendid 'Xanadu'). The subsequent 'Hemispheres' (1978) further delves into philosophical themes accompanying Peart's lyrics and Rush's music (see the suite 'Cygnus X-1 Book II: Hemispheres'), while the instrumental track 'La Villa Strangiato' underscores the band's versatility and absolute technical mastery.

The '80s bring about a sonic metamorphosis with albums like 'Permanent Waves' (1980) and, especially, 'Moving Pictures' (1981), of which we recommend, if you haven't already, a complete listen. In 1982, 'Signals' marks another transition towards synthetic sounds and ethereal atmospheres, taking Rush into a sonic universe hardly comparable to their early days. The late '80s see the release of albums like 'Hold Your Fire' (1987) and 'Presto' (1989), embracing lighter and more reflective sounds. Rush's artistic maturity shines through in tracks like 'Time Stand Still' and 'Show Don't Tell,' two songs that epitomize a more accessible phase to the general audience in their career.


Today, we present 'Subdivisions,' from 'Signals.' Enjoy listening!"

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