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RUSH reissue 1974 self-titled Moon Records debut on vinyl to mark 40-years

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Richland123, Mar 5, 2014.

  1. Richland123


    Apr 17, 2009
  2. I find it amazing that bands from the "classic rock" era - Rush, The Stones, etc. - can have 40+ years recording careers, yet it makes me wonder if today's bands, like Death Cab For Cutie or Muse for example, will also have 40 year recording careers. An amazing accomplishment nonetheless, and in my mind it cements Rush as the best post-Beatles band in rock music history.
  3. Vintagefiend

    Vintagefiend I don't care for 410 cabinets at all.

    Aug 6, 2013
    Columbia, MO
  4. When I say that IMHO Rush is the best post-Beatles band in rock music history, I mean that unlike Led Zep, The Who, the Stones, and others, they've had incredible staying power, their fan base has stayed loyal throughout their 40 years of being on the scene, and the three of them have stayed together as a unit through thick and thin since Fly By Night, almost 40 years ago.

    Just my opinion, of course. YMMV.
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  6. I still have the original moon records debut by Rush...a little worn but, still plays fine.

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