I really enjoy Fly By Night and New World Man. Some of these others on the album might be better left for Rush to perform. There's some that are vocal specific to Geddy Lee (Gary Lee Weinrib), and absolutely must have his voice in them for it to sound correct. Rush is too much of a cohesive unit to pick apart and re-create. When the vocals of LImelight first start up it's like WOAHH! Backup! Your voice is TOO DEEP. I would recomend picking thru the album and downloading what you like from it like I did.
There are some fantastic moments in these covers of TEN Chestnut masterpieces by the Three Stooges of Progressive Heaviness. The masters of RUSH, Geddy/Alex/Neil have given us so many songs with endless depths open for reinterpretation. Who would DARE to play a RUSH tune? Robert Berry seems to have all the best moments here, enough to warrant hearing these. Why wouldn't ANYONE miss hearing a cover of "Jacob's Ladder", just for the fun of it. No one can top the RUSH recordings and years of performances, but it's fun to hear a new slant on the Canadian Men we all wish we were like.