Rush - 2112 & Moving Pictures album FLAC
Moving Pictures is the eighth studio album by the Canadian rock band Rush, released on February 12, 1981, on Anthem Records. After touring to support their previous album, Permanent Waves (1980), the band started to write and record new material in August 1980 with co-producer Terry Brown. They continued to write songs with a more radio-friendly format, featuring tighter song structures and songs of shorter length compared to their early albums.
2112 (pronounced "twenty-one twelve") is the fourth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on April 1, 1976, by Anthem Records. After finishing touring for its previous album, Caress of Steel, in early 1976, the band was in financial hardship due to the album's disappointing sales, unfavorable critical reception, and a decline in attendance at its shows.
2112 & Moving Pictures (Classic Album). The '2112' record (released in 1976) is the moment when the concept phase of their career took off. The title track, a 20-minute opus split into various movements, is the best example on record of the concept song, a science fiction fable with a warning for mankind. The band drew on the work of Ayn Rand and her philosophy, ignored the record company’s warnings (who wanted less concept and more hits), and made the record they totally believed in. '2112' went Platinum, they hit pay dirt, and there was no turning back.
This addition to the Classic Albums series tells the story behind the making of two legendary albums from Rush This addition to the Classic Albums series tells the story behind the making of two legendary albums from Rush.
Releases information. No release results - showing artist results instead. The Spirit Of Radio: Greatest Hits 1974-1987 Remastered Mercury 2003.
2112" was the album that saw Rush break through to major chart success, going to N. in their native Canada and Top 75 in the USA where it would eventually be certified triple platinum. Moving Pictures" opened them to a mass audience for the first time and remains the biggest selling album of their career.
2112 was the album that saw Rush break through to major chart success, going to N. Moving Pictures opened them to a mass audience for the first time and remains the biggest selling album of their career. It also went to N. in Canada and went quadruple platinum there while hitting N. in both the UK and USA. Rush members Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart talk us through the making of the albums, together with original producer Terry Brown via interviews, demonstrations, archive videos.
|4||A Passage To Bangkok|
|5||The Twilight Zone|
|6||Move To Moving Pictures|
|13||Something For Nothing|
|14||This Is Not A Drum Solo|
|15||Geddy On Neil & Alex|
|16||Neil On Geddy & Alex|
|18||Neil Waxes Lyrical|
|20||Alex On Geddy & Neil|
|21||Why YYZ ?|
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