℗ 2015 Mercury Records
 

All The World's A Stage (Remastered 2015)

Rush

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Billboard 200 - #40, 1976

"... finally let people that hadn't seen Rush understand what all the fuss was about. Unlike many peers at the time, they didn't monkey around with anything in the studio."
- Rolling Stone

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1
Bastille Day (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
4:58
2
Anthem (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
4:57
3
Fly By Night / In The Mood (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
5:04
4
Something For Nothing (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
4:02
5
Working Man/Finding My Way (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
15:02
6
What You're Doing (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
5:45
7
Lakeside Park (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
5:05
8
2112 (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
15:52
9
By-Tor And The Snow Dog (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
11:59
10
In The End (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
7:07
Total Playing Time    79:51
"It was raw and totally live. It really bugged us for years that we didn't fix anything."
- Geddy Lee

All The World’s A Stage, Rush’s first live release, was recorded at the relatively intimate Massey Hall in Toronto over three nights in June 1976 during the band's 2112 tour. The double set, Rush's first top 40 album, presents the group's 90 minute headlining show in its entirety, featuring material from Rush's first four albums. A highlight here is a slightly-abbreviated version of the groundbreaking 2112 rock opera. This is the 2015 remastered edition.

"When we play a piece live, we add all our little quirks to it. It grows; our older material shows a remarkable progression. Some of the old songs have developed until they’re superior to the originals. This gives us a chance to bring them up to date. We always felt there was something happening live that didn’t come across on record. Now we have the opportunity to capture that essence of the band."
- Neil Peart
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