2112 Hologram Vinyl & All The Worlds A Stage Double Live Vinyl
The “12 Months of Rush” continues with the March 17th release of a special hologram vinyl version of the band’s seminal fourth studio album 2112, and their first live release All The World’s A Stage that was recorded at Massey Hall in Toronto in 1976.
Pressed on high fidelity 200 gram vinyl, the unique Hologram Edition of 2112 showcases a custom, hand-drawn hologram of the “Red Star of the Federation” in the album’s dead wax runout of side two. To reveal the spinning hologram, fans can use any focused source of light, such as the LED flashlight on a smartphone, directly above the turntable while playing.
All The World’s A Stage, Rush’s first live release, was recorded at Massey Hall in Toronto on June 11-13, 1976 during their 2112 tour (see Geddy talk about attending his first show at Massey Hall and the importance of the venue to the city). The two-record set presented the band’s hour-and-a-half headlining show in its entirety, a show that featured material from its first four Mercury releases: Rush, Fly by Night, Caress of Steel, and portions of 2112.