Been reading Neal Peart's latest book, Ghost Rider(great read BTW), and have been getting back into a Rush phase again. I was looking over my Retrospective 1 album and noticed again that the song "Working Man" is missing. Why would they leave this classic off?! The only reason I can guess it's omission is that their original drummer must have received credit for writing this song. That way, the rest of the band wouldn't have to pay royalties on the sale of this "greatest hits" album. Anybody have the debut Rush album from 1974? Tell me if John Rutsey receives any credit for "Working Man". Thanks!