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Rush - R40 (2014)

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Rush - R40 (2014)
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2014 marks the 40th anniversary of the release of Rush's eponymous debut album. This deluxe collector's box set brings together live performances by Rush from each decade of their career. It includes 'Rush in Rio,' 'R30,' 'Snakes & Arrows Live,' 'Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland,' and 'Clockwork Angels Tour,' plus a spectacular bonus disc of previously unseen and unreleased live material stretching from 1974 to 2013. The bonus disc features over two hours of unreleased footage including their masterpiece '2112' in its entirety, the Laura Secord School performance with John Rutsey from 1974 that features two unreleased Rush songs and a cover of 'Bad Boy' made famous by the Beatles, the closing tour film 'I Still Love You Man' from the Time Machine Tour with Paul Rudd & Jason Segel, and the monumental 2013 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony with Dave Grohl & Taylor Hawkins. The 6 disc set is presented in a hardcover book containing rare, unreleased photos and memorabilia.

It is not uncommon to meet fans that have notched over 100 Rush shows, and the contents under pressure within this box demonstrate ably why such super-fans exist. From the start, Rush has worked tirelessly toward headline status and never looked back. Through relentless touring, despite lack of radio play, and through the building of a show and setlist that continually keeps fans intrigued, Rush has remained a touring force for four decades.
The 40th anniversary of the band - represented by this R40 collection - gives opportunity to present the plush visuals and sonics that pushed Rush to their present status as hard-won rock icons. In other words, the evolution of the trajectory toward the burnished and polished multi-sense insanity that is Time Machine and Clockwork Angels becomes well pronounced over the course of this package.
It is well documented that Rush fans revere the band for the three-hour mass of their show (rolling into town with no support act), the extensive backscreen video, the futuristic lights, the skits'n'surprises that take place, the props like the chickens and dryers as well as the eight-piece string section adding texture to the Clockwork Angels campaign. Ergo, we see the evolution from the goodly glam of band emcee John Rutsey at Laura Secord High, through the classic rock ideals of the legendary Passaic bootleg, the arch-'90s tech of the Test For Echo campaign, and the flood of human emotion that is Rush In Rio.
Move forward still into the most recent components of this box, and what is on graphic display is the sweat ethic of a band that dared to become rock titans through the deliberate act of pressing all their intellectual and financial faculties into building the ultimate superhero rock show - and then surpassing it a few years later, rinse, lather, repeat.
"Exactly," says crucial crew pro since 76, Tony Geranios. "Each new tour, the band would try to deliver something that they hadn't delivered before, that was maybe difficult and a bit beyond. They'd make a statement musically that they hadn't been able to - or hadn't considered - before. Every presentation has its own magical, new and forward-thinking portion to it. Contributing as well to the grandeur of the thing... after the keyboards started becoming a prevailing part of the sound, it was tying Geddy to the keyboards quite a bit, and Alex to the pedals. And I think the concern was that there was wasn't enough action on stage; they felt they should be running around and rocking out. And that's when the video became more of an important factor. So you get the lasers, the lights, videos, music, and to me, that follows along with the band?s philosophy of creating a show of huge impact
So while the band pushed themselves to new limits, they demanded the same from the crew and team that worked on their live show. Using all of the new technology and innovations available, Rush's celebrated and long-time Lighting Director, Howard Ungerleider, continually pushed the envelope. From lasers to pyro, to the advent of moving lights in the '80s, to a gigantic five-ton "spider" that undulated over the band, the senses were maniacally overloaded. And then there are Neil's custom drum kits ...
The result is a top-tier rock act rewarded with such dependable and perennial ticket sales that in fact, their time as a support act with few lights and curtailed PA was in fact quite brief and very, very long ago. And so as it turned out, quite remarkably, Rush began headlining in the late '70s and then never ceded that position. Even as record sales and relative imprint on the music scene waxed and waned, the show remained somewhere between robustly sized and defiantly outsized. As alluded to, Geddy, Alex and Neil never looked back.
Martin Popoff

Actors: Rush
Directors: Rush
Format: Blu-ray, NTSC
Language: English
Region: All Regions
Number of discs: 6
Studio: Zoe Records / Pgd
DVD Release Date: November 10, 2014
Genre: Rock
Playing time: 1157 minutes

Tracklist:

Disc One – Rush in Rio
01. Tom Sawyer
02. Distant Early Warning
03. New World Man
04. Roll The Bones
05. Earthshine
06. YYZ
07. The Pass
08. Bravado
09. The Big Money
10. The Trees
11. Freewill
12. Closer To The Heart
13. Natural Science
14. One Little Victory
15. Driven
16. Ghost Rider
17. Secret Touch
18. Dreamline
19. Red Sector A
20. Leave That Thing Alone
21. O Baterista
22. Resist
23. 2112
24. Limelight
25. La Villa Strangiato
26. The Spirit Of Radio
27. Encore Medley: By-Tor And The Snow Dog / Cygnus X-1 / Working Man

Rush in Rio Bonus Features
The Documentary – The Boys In Brazil

MX Multiangle versions of:
1. YYZ
2. O Baterista
3. La Villa Strangiato

Easter Eggs:
1. By-Tor And The Snow Dog animation
2. Anthem (1975 performance)


Disc Two – R30
01. R30 Overture (Finding My Way / Anthem / Bastille Day / A Passage To Bangkok / Cygnus X1 / Hemispheres)
02. The Spirit Of Radio
03. Force Ten
04. Animate
05. Subdivisions
06. Earthshine
07. Red Barchetta
08. Roll The Bones
09. The Seeker
10. Tom Sawyer
11. Dreamline
12. Between The Wheels
13. Mystic Rhythms
14. Der Trommler
15. Resist
16. Heart Full Of Soul
17. Medley: 2112 / Xanadu / Working Man
18. Summertime Blues
19. Crossroads
20. Limelight

R30 Bonus Features
Interviews:
1. 1979 Hamilton, Ivor Wynne Stadium
2. 1981 Le Studio, Quebec
3. 1990 Artist Of The Decade
4. 1994 Juno Hall Of Fame Induction
5. 2002 Vapor Trails Tour

From the Anthem vault:
1. Fly By Night
2. Finding My Way (mpeg1 from Rock Concert)
3. In The Mood (mpeg1 from Rock Concert)
4. Circumstances
5. La Villa Strangiato
6. A Farewell To Kings
7. Xanadu
8. The Spirit Of Radio (Soundcheck 1979 Ivor Wynne Stadium)
9. Freewill (Toronto Rocks 2003)
10. Closer To The Heart (Canada For Asia 2005)

Easter Eggs:
1. Rush hits St John’s (1988)
2. Alex Lifeson interview for Artist Of The Decade (1990)


Disc Three – Snakes & Arrows Live
01. Limelight
02. Digital Man
03. Entre Nous
04. Mission
05. Freewill
06. The Main Monkey Business
07. The Larger Bowl
08. Secret Touch
09. Circumstances
10. Between The Wheels
11. Dreamline
12. Far Cry
13. Workin’ Them Angels
14. Armor And Sword
15. Spindrift
16. The Way The Wind Blows
17. Subdivisions
18. Natural Science
19. Witch Hunt
20. Malignant Narcissism – De Slagwerker
21. Hope
22. Distant Early Warning
23. The Spirit Of Radio
24. Tom Sawyer
25. One Little Victory
26. A Passage To Bangkok
27. YYZ

Bonus Features
Oh, Atlanta! The Authorized Bootlegs
1. Ghost Of A Chance
2. Red Barchetta
3. The Trees
4. 2112 / The Temples Of Syrinx


Disc Four – Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland
01. The “Real” History Of Rush Episode No.2 “Don’t Be Rash”
02. The Spirit Of Radio
03. Time Stand Still
04. Presto
05. Stick It Out
06. Workin’ Them Angels
07. Leave That Thing Alone
08. Faithless
09. BU2B
10. Freewill
11. Marathon
12. Subdivisions
13. The “Real” History Of Rush Episode No.17 “…and Rock and Roll is my name.”
14. Tom Sawyer
15. Red Barchetta
16. YYZ
17. Limelight
18. The Camera Eye
19. Witch Hunt
20. Vital Signs
21. Caravan
22. Moto Perpetuo (featuring Love For Sale)
23. O’Malley’s Break
24. Closer To The Heart
25. 2112 Overture / The Temples Of Syrinx
26. Far Cry
27. La Villa Strangiato
28. Working Man

Bonus Features
Outtakes from “The “Real” History Of Rush Episodes 2 & 17”
“Tom Sawyer” featuring the cast of “The “Real” History Of Rush Episode 17”
“Need Some Love” live at Laura Secord Secondary School, 1974
“Anthem” live from Passaic, New Jersey 1976


Disc Five – Clockwork Angels Tour
01. Subdivisions
02. The Big Money
03. Force Ten
04. Grand Designs
05. The Body Electric
06. Territories
07. The Analog Kid
08. Bravado
09. Where’s My Thing? / Here It Is!
10. Far Cry
11. Caravan
12. Clockwork Angels
13. The Anarchist
14. Carnies
15. The Wreckers
16. Headlong Flight / Drumbastica
17. Peke’s Repose / Halo Effect
18. Seven Cities Of Gold
19. Wish Them Well
20. The Garden
21. Dreamline
22. The Percussor (i) Binary Love Theme (ii) Steambanger’s Ball
23. Red Sector A
24. YYZ
25. The Spirit Of Radio
26. Tom Sawyer
27. 2112

Bonus Features
1. Limelight (soundcheck recording)
2. Middletown Dreams
3. The Pass
4. Manhattan Project
Can’t Stop Thinking Big (tour documentary) / Behind The Scenes (featuring Jay Baruchel) / Outtakes / Interview with Dwush / Family Goy / Family Sawyer / The Watchmaker / Office Of The Watchmaker


Disc Six – R40 Bonus Disc
Laura Secord Secondary School 1974
1. “Need Some Love”
2. “Before and After”
3. “Best I Can”
4. “I’ve Been Runnin’”
5. “Bad Boy”
6. “The Loser”
7. “Working Man”
8. “In the Mood” (partial)

Capitol Theatre 1976
1. “Bastille Day”
2. “Anthem”
3. “Lakeside Park”
4. “2112?
5. “Fly By Night”/”In the Mood”

1988
“Lock and Key”

Molson Amphitheatre 1997
1. “Limelight”
2. “Half the World”
3. “Limbo”
4. “Virtuality”
5. “Nobody’s Hero”
6. “Test for Echo”
7. “Leave That Thing Alone”/Drum Solo
8. “2112? (all seven parts)

2011
“I Still Love You Man”
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction, 2013
1. “2112,” featuring Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins and Nick Raskulinecz
2. “Tom Sawyer”
3. “The Spirit of Radio”


Video: MPEG-4 AVC Video / 10996 kbps / 720p / 59.940 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1
Audio: English / Dolby TrueHD Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 1865 kbps / 24-bit (AC3 Embedded: 2.0 / 48 kHz / 224 kbps / DN -4dB)
Audio: English / Dolby TrueHD Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 4529 kbps / 24-bit (AC3 Embedded: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps / DN -4dB)
Audio: English / DTS-HD Master Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 5169 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit)
Audio: English / Dolby Digital Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 192 kbps / DN -4dB
Audio: English / Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 448 kbps / DN -4dB
Audio: English / LPCM Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 2304 kbps / 24-bit
Subtitle: German, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese
Playtime: 19h:17min

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