Rush - Hemispheres (CD, Album)

Download Rush - Hemispheres (CD, Album)

Label: Mercury - 822 547-2 M-1 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock


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5 thoughts on “ Rush - Hemispheres (CD, Album)

  1. Hemispheres was recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales and mixed at Trident Studios in London in It was the last of two albums the band recorded in the U.K. before returning to Canada. The record explores the political, social economic, and sci-fi themes prevalent on their early work, continuing the saga of “Cygnus” from A Farewell To Kings.
  2. RUSH Hemispheres CD Smart rockers Rush were just on the brink of being embraced by the album rock mainstream when they recorded Hemispheres. Already wildly popular with a certain corner of the intellectual crowd, thanks in part to drummer Neil Peart's Ayn Rand obsession, this CD marked a turning point for the Canadian trio/5().
  3. Rush is one of my favorite bands and Hemispheres is definitely my favorite Rush album. So, obviously, I was looking forward to this 40th anniversary reissue with great anticipation. However, after A/B'ing it with my remaster, this one offered no improvement, sonically. Not a bad remaster all at, just not as good the remaster/5().
  4. Jun 04,  · The liner notes on this issue are great, and effectively contextualize this album as the 'end' of the prog rock trilogy comprised of Hemispheres, A Farewell to Kings, and Listening to Hemispheres in this format, with this quality, after so many years of paying attention to this album, made me seriously reconsider my ranking in Rush's /5(K).
  5. Fans will doubtless find Hemispheres another good, solid Rush album. And it's time to apprise the nonfans as well, because this power trio uniquely bridges the gap between heavy metal and sterile technology (sort of where Blue Oyster Cult used to work before going soft rock). The spine of Rush's sound is Alex Lifeson's broad, ringing guitar playing.

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