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Signals (Remastered 2015)

Rush

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1
Subdivisions
Rush
5:38
2
The Analog Kid
Rush
4:50
3
Chemistry
Rush
4:59
4
Digital Man
Rush
6:27
5
The Weapon
Rush
6:31
6
New World Man
Rush
3:49
7
Losing It
Rush
4:56
8
Countdown
Rush
5:53
Total Playing Time    43:03
UK Albums Chart - #3, 1982
Billboard 200 - #10, 1982

"... their most poppish yet. By and large, the songs on Signals are tuneful and unencumbered by gratuitous flash ..."
- Rolling Stone

"... a bright, direct album full of sharp, clean angles and shimmering surfaces ... a little spacier and more atmospheric, with Alex Lifeson utilizing more guitar reverb and Neil Peart embracing a more textured, less bombastic drum style."
- UltimateClassicRock.com

Released in 1982, the million-selling Signals from Rush was the follow-up to what would become the band's seminal Moving Pictures. Stylistically, Signals continues Rush's exploration of technology through increased use of electronic instrumentation such as keyboards, sequencers and even the electric violin. Many of the songs are shorter and more radio friendly too. This is the 2015 remastered version.

"Signals is definitely the direction we’ve wanted to go in for a long time. It’s something that comes from maturity and having been through the whole techno side of things. We’ve played in these weird times and made all these big points that we’ve wanted to make. Now it seems there’s a bigger concern for communication and that’s what Signals is all about."
- Geddy Lee
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