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The Spirit Of Radio: Greatest Hits (1974-1987)

Rush

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1
Working Man (Album Version)
Rush
7:10
2
Fly By Night (Album Version)
Rush
3:22
3
2112 Overture / The Temples Of Syrinx (Chronicles Version)
Rush
6:45
4
Closer To The Heart (Album Version)
Rush
2:56
5
The Trees (Album Version)
Rush
4:45
6
The Spirit Of Radio (Album Version)
Rush
4:59
7
Freewill (Album Version)
Rush
5:24
8
Limelight (Album Version)
Rush
4:23
9
Tom Sawyer (Album Version)
Rush
4:37
10
Red Barchetta (Album Version)
Rush
6:10
11
New World Man (Album Version)
Rush
3:49
12
Subdivisions (Album Version)
Rush
5:38
13
Distant Early Warning (Album Version)
Rush
4:57
14
The Big Money (Album Version)
Rush
5:37
15
Force Ten (Album Version)
Rush
4:32
16
Time Stand Still (Album Version) (feat. Aimee Mann)
Rush; Aimee Mann
5:08
Total Playing Time    1:20:12
The Spirit Of Radio documents some of the most popular songs that Rush released between 1974 and 1987, the period many fans consider the band's classic era, covering a 15 album span on Mercury Records.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Anthem Entertainment/The Island Def Jam Music Group Studio Masters

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