Studio Albums 1989-2007 [Box Set]

The Studio Albums 1989-2007 [Box Set]

by Rush
     
 

Exploring the band's return to a more guitar-heavy sound from their synth-drenched experiments in the '80s, The Studio Albums: 1989-2007 is a seven-album box set from Canadian prog icons Rush. Featuring 1989's Presto, 1991's Roll the Bones, 1993's Counterparts, 1996…  See more details below

Overview

Exploring the band's return to a more guitar-heavy sound from their synth-drenched experiments in the '80s, The Studio Albums: 1989-2007 is a seven-album box set from Canadian prog icons Rush. Featuring 1989's Presto, 1991's Roll the Bones, 1993's Counterparts, 1996's Test for Echo, a remixed version of 2002's Vapor Trails, their 2004 covers album Feedback, and 2007's Snakes & Arrows, the set follows the band as Lifeson began to reassert himself, bringing the guitar to the forefront while the electronic elements began to take on more of a supporting role in the band's sound. Of most interest to Rush fans will be the remixed version of Vapor Trails, which finds the band and producer David Bottrill returning to rework one of the victims of the "loudness wars" that resulted in so many albums from that period being mixed and mastered far too loudly, crushing the dynamics and adding noise where it didn't belong. While die-hard Rush fans will no doubt own all of these records already, The Studio Albums: 1989-2007 is a perfect opportunity for casual fans familiar with the band's earlier, more celebrated work to dive into Rush's output during an era that found the band continuing to do what they do best, while the rest of the world was dealing with the rise and fall of grunge and the return of the boy band.

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Product Details

Release Date:
10/01/2013
Label:
Atlantic
UPC:
0081227965082
catalogNumber:
535502
Rank:
30279

Tracks

Disc 1

  1. Show Don't Tell
  2. Chain Lightning
  3. The Pass
  4. War Paint
  5. Scars
  6. Presto
  7. Superconductor
  8. Anagram
  9. Red Tide
  10. Hand Over Fist
  11. Available Light

Disc 2

  1. Dreamline
  2. Bravado
  3. Roll the Bones
  4. Face Up
  5. Where's My Thing? (Part IV, Gangster of Boats" Trilogy)
  6. The Big Wheel
  7. Heresy
  8. Ghost of a Chance
  9. Neurotica
  10. You Bet Your Life

Disc 3

  1. Animate
  2. Stick it Out
  3. Cut to the Chase
  4. Nobody's Hero
  5. Between Sun & Moon
  6. Alien Shore
  7. The Speed of Love
  8. Double Agent
  9. Leave That Thing Alone
  10. Cold Fire
  11. Everyday Glory

Disc 4

  1. Test for Echo
  2. Driven
  3. Half the World
  4. The Color of Right
  5. Time and Motion
  6. Totem
  7. Dog Years
  8. Virtuality
  9. Resist
  10. Limbo
  11. Carve Away the Stone

Disc 5

  1. One Little Victory
  2. Ceiling Unlimited
  3. Ghost Rider
  4. Peaceable Kingdom
  5. The Stars Look Down
  6. How it Is
  7. Vapor Trail
  8. Secret Touch
  9. Earthshine
  10. Sweet Miracle
  11. Nocturne
  12. Freeze (Part IV of "Fear")
  13. Out of the Cradle

Disc 6

  1. Summertime Blues
  2. Heart Full of Soul
  3. For What It's Worth
  4. The Seeker
  5. Mr. Soul
  6. Seven and Seven Is
  7. Shapes of Things
  8. Crossroads

Disc 7

  1. Far Cry
  2. Armor and Sword
  3. Workin' Them Angels
  4. The Larger Bowl
  5. Spindrift
  6. The Main Monkey Business
  7. The Way the Wind Blows
  8. Hope
  9. Faithless
  10. Bravest Face
  11. Good News First
  12. Malignant Narcissism
  13. We Hold on

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Rush   Primary Artist
Geddy Lee   Bass Guitar,Vocals
Alex Lifeson   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Mandola
Neil Peart   Cymbals,Drums

Technical Credits

Eddie Cochran   Composer
Rush   Producer
Pete Townshend   Composer
Neil Young   Composer
Peter Collins   Producer
Graham Gouldman   Composer
Rupert Hine   Producer
Jim McCarty   Composer
Jerry Capehart   Composer
Pye Dubois   Composer
Robert Johnson   Composer
Geddy Lee   Composer
David Leonard   Producer
Alex Lifeson   Composer
Paul Northfield   Producer
Neil Peart   Composer
Keith Relf   Composer
Paul Samwell-Smith   Composer
Nick Raskulinecz   Producer
Stills   Composer

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