The band’s pivotal eighth studio album is now available as a deluxe reissue LP and vintage T-shirt combo from Amazon.
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The â€œ12 Months of Rushâ€ continues with the March 17th release of a special hologram vinyl version of 2112, and the band’s first live release All The World’s A Stage.
The 12 Months of Rush celebration continues with the release of a special vinyl Hologram Edition reissue of the bandâ€™s epic, landmark release 2112 on March 17, 2015.
Fly By Night, the first of the vinyl re-issues celebrating #R40 is now available. It, like all the forthcoming re-issues in 2015 are remastered on 200-gram, heavyweight vinyl at legendary Abbey Road Studios using the Direct Metal Mastering (DMM) audiophile copper plating process, all from original analogue masters.
Fly By Night, Rush’s second album, is being re-released and has been remastered on 200-gram, heavyweight vinyl at legendary Abbey Road Studios using the Direct Metal Mastering (DMM) audiophile copper plating process, all from original analogue masters. It’s available for pre-order now.
Earlier this year, Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) kicked off its own celebration of the bandâ€™s 40th anniversary with the reissue of Rushâ€™s self-titled 1974 debut. Now, All titles will be reissued on high-quality vinyl in 2015.
Vapor Trails, the 17th studio album by Rush, was released on this day in 2002. Late last year, the band remixed the album and released Vapor Trails Remixed. You can get a copy on vinyl here, on CD here or on iTunes here. Also, check out the original press release for VAPOR TRAILS REMIXED here.
Classic Rock Magazine are calling it “sonic blues rock as played by Cream, and it’s well worth celebrating” while Prog Magazine thinks it’s “A little bit Led Zeppelin, a little bit Yes — even on their debut Rush were unique.” Rush ReDiscovered vinyl box is released today so why not see for yourself what all the fuss is about and grab a copy: http://smarturl.it/RushReDISCovered
Radio.com looks back at Rush’s 1974 debut album which turns 40 this month, and will be commemorated with a vinyl box reissue from the original Moon Records via Anthem/Universal Music release in April. Read the Not Fade Away article.
In March of 1974, Rush released their self-titled debut through the band’s own indie label, Moon Records in Canada, and quickly sold out of the initial 3500 copies originally pressed. Moon Records would soon become Anthem Records, which launched in 1977, and continues to serve as the band’s only Canadian record company. To mark the band’s 40-year recording career, on April 29, 2014, Anthem/UMe will celebrate with the vinyl reissue of the original Moon Records (pre-Mercury) release of Rush, as part of Universal’s reDISCovered vinyl series. Housed in a sturdy, custom box with a lift-off top, this landmark album is pressed on 200g, audiophile grade vinyl, from the original 1974 …