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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Generation Mourns

    What used to be a great rock band slides into the muddy waters of radio friendly, let's-all-get-rich-even-if-we-lose our-roots greed. Gone were the nights of staying up late, rocking out to a new Rush album, one song (or entire, blow-my-mind sides of an album) at a time, endlessly debating just what the group was trying to say with every psycho-psychedelic turn of a phrase, and every member's effortless wielding of his own unique sound. With this new music Alex, Neil, and Geddy were saying that they wanted the big bucks, and they got them. Hey, more power to them- they gained a lot of new fans, but lost the hard core fanatics that paid the group's bills when they (Rush) were growing up musically. This lame, bubble gum music has no pop at all- with this unholy, even sacriligious release, the real Rush died- the "for best results, play at maximum volume" Rush- and true rock and rollers everywhere dialed it down to the minimum, while mourning the group's untimely, and totally unnecessary, demise.

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