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Three CD edition. 2013 live release from the Canadian Prog Rock trio. Rush: Clockwork Angels Tour features over three hours of music including favorites "Tom Sawyer" and "The Spirit of Radio," three drum solos, new string arrangements of classics such as "YYZ," "Dreamline" and "Red Sector A," and rarely performed songs such as "The Body Electric" and "Middletown Dreams." With over 40 million albums sold worldwide and more consecutive gold and platinum awards than any other rock band following The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, Rush remains one of the most inventive, compelling, and relevant musical groups today.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Subdivisions
  2. The Big Money
  3. Force Ten
  4. Grand Designs
  5. The Body Electric
  6. Territories
  7. The Analog Kid
  8. Bravado
  9. Where s My Thing?/Here It Is! (drum solo)
  10. Far Cry

Disc: 2

  1. Caravan
  2. Clockwork Angels
  3. The Anarchist
  4. Carnies
  5. The Wreckers
  6. Headlong Flight/Drumbastica (drum solo)
  7. Peke s Repose (guitar solo
  8. Halo Effect
  9. Seven Cities of Gold
  10. Wish Them Well
  11. The Garden

Disc: 3

  1. Dreamline
  2. The Percussor (I) Binary Love Theme (II) Steambanger s Ball (drum solo)
  3. Red Sector A
  4. YYZ
  5. The Spirit of Radio
  6. Tom Sawyer
  7. 2112
  8. Limelight (soundcheck recording)
  9. Middletown Dreams
  10. The Pass
  11. Manhattan Project


Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 19, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B00FLDG42Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,133 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A. Schmoldt on November 19, 2013
Format: Audio CD
it's been a long time coming - the live album to officially close chapter 5 in Rush's four decades. This makes the 11th official live album from Rush. Here they all are, in tour order:

ABC 1974 [UK import of the show from the Agora Ballroom, Cleveland]
All The World's A Stage
Exit ... Stage Left
Grace Under Pressure 1984 Tour
A Show of Hands
Different Stages
Rush In Rio
R30
Snakes and Arrows Live
Time Machine
Clockwork Angels Tour

This newest release is three discs of excellent material. Besides all of the CA music, we get official live releases of Grand Designs, The Body Electric, Territories, Where's My Thing, and Middletown Dreams. Granted it is always good to hear classics as well, the down side is one could be paying for Tom Sawyer for the 9th time. Although not near to the intensity heard on Time Machine, Geddy's voice is still having trouble. Though his vocals could be a deciding factor for the band's future, I would hope they continue on several more years. Next year is the 40th anniversary of the band's 1st album. Geddy stated in an interview that they will take a break next year, and that "there's nothing wrong with celebrating 42 years." I disagree Geddy, but I sure won't begrudge you a break from the rigors of touring. How about a nice live album package of material never-before released live, such as Hemispheres? That would make a fantastic 40-year celebration release!

Anyway, buy this album. It's a treat for fans young and old.
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Great selection of songs. Geddy sounds better on this one than he does The Time Machine Tour. Look, the dude is 60 years old; he's just not going to sound like he did 20 years ago. He sounds fine on the new songs, but that's because his voice has adjusted to them. Musically, the band sounds great, and the additional strings give a new and creative sound to the new songs and the old as well. Say what you want about these old guys (and they and the album sure as hell don't deserve a 1-star rating--idiot!), they are still an awesome band and continue to bring great new music. Many of the other bands from the '70s, '80s and '90s may still be touring, but they don't produce new music, and they are dying a slow death. Rush is alive and well!
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Canadian power trio Rush's brand new triple live album (and off-shoot DVD/Blu-Ray) Clockwork Angels Tour is a must for ALL RUSH FANS!
Recorded in Dallas, Texas at American Airlines Arena in November of 2012 just as the first leg of the Clockwork Angels Tour was winding down and sees Rush capturing a majestic show (this is the second Rush concert film that came from a US performance although some bits of 1989's A Show of Hands album were recorded at shows in the US) into a powerful triple live CD.
I must confess, even as a longtime Rush fan (solid Rush fan here since 1990 and are my favorite band alongside Pink Floyd and Genesis), that some fans are starting to complain that Rush is releasing too many live albums (like Iron Maiden and post-Roger Waters Pink Floyd , David Gilmour and (as recent) Queen) but such as life. Then others complaining about Geddy Lee's voice being off for this show (he might have either been under the weather or whatever for the show, then there are the bellyacher reviewers who must be either Britney or Gaga or Miley Cyrus or Katy Perry fans who want things pitch perfect). Despite Geddy's voice sounding strained on high notes (lest not forget the 1978 portion of Different Stages in 1998 had Geddy singing with a bad cold and his voice struggled and his voice was tired from a long tour on Time Machine) his always excellent bass guitar playing and keyboards here more than make up for it. Alex Lifeson's guitar work is excellent as always and Neil Peart's drumming hasn't lost a step. Plus the addition of a string section was a brilliant touch.
I'm not complaining about Rush releasing yet another live album.
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Rush has done pretty much everything a rock band can do: 50 million records, the Hall Of Fame and a career spanning almost 40 years. This set, which follows up their triumphant release of "Clockwork Angels" may be their best concert set, yet. Yes, you've heard and seen the older songs many times, but somehow they still draw you in. The new songs from "CA" feature a string section, which is the very first time additional musicians have ever appeared on stage with Rush, and they're a big hit. I'll admit it. I'm a total Rush homer. This set is terrific and it's as if these guys just don't age. They don't slow down and they don't fray at the edges. They just rock and do so flawlessly. Get these discs !
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This Rush live CD is identical in musical content to the DVD released under the same title "Clockwork Angels Tour". The set lists are in 3 parts generally opening with an 80s set nicely pitched within Geddy Lee's vocal range. It feels a bit like a reimagining of the live "A Show of Hands" set and is almost identical in the first half. There is very little from any of the 70s back catalogue that many would argue is the best Rush era so it is a risk to ignore the classic 70s. Personally I think it is nice to hear some different songs for a change though I missed Bytor and the Snow Dog, La Villa Strangiata, Xanadu and especially Working Man. The reworking of all the 80s songs are better than the studio versions, much heavier and better production, not as tinny as the retro 80s versions, so the CD grabbed my interest from the first strains of Subdivisions. Alex Lifeson's lead breaks are fantastic, and at times very different to the studio versions. Neil Peart has no less than 3 extended drum solos on this concert. Geddy is wonderful on bass and especially the synths on this concert.

Set One consists of Subdivisions from "Signals", and from "Power Windows" The Big Money, Territories, and Grand Designs, one of the only tracks not on "A Show of Hands". Rush revisit "Hold Your Fire" with Force Ten, and "Grace Under Pressure" with The Body Electric, featuring those memorable lyrics "One humanoid escapee, One android on the run, Seeking freedom beneath a lonely desert sun". Then the band rock out with The Analog Kid from "Signals" that I always love to hear.
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