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Rush - 2112 (1976) REPOST
Posted By : hobobill | Date : 10 Mar 2022 05:31 | Comments : 6

Rush - 2112
MFSL | FLAC - CUE - LOG | 240 MB | RS | 1976

Only Rush could have pulled this off, and only in the '70s. 2112--the title suite of the band's 1976 breakthrough album--is a comically pretentious, futuristic rock opera written by a nerdy drummer and sung by a whiny-voiced geek. It also happens to be a great piece of rock & roll that lifts the listener through a variety of moods and textures from genteel acoustic ("Oracle") to thrilling metal ("The Temples of Syrinx"). Perhaps realizing that they had taken conceptualism about as far as it could go, even these guys backed off on the epic hero stuff for later releases. 2112 still stands as one of the great signposts of the prog-rock era.

Geddy Lee - bass, bass pedals, vocals
Alex Lifeson - guitars, bass pedals
Neil Peart - drums, percussion
Hugh Syme - mellotron on the track "Tears"

1. 2112: 20:34
I. Overture 4:32
Ii. Temples Of The Syrinx 2:13
Iii. Discovery 3:29.
Iv. Presentation 3:42.
V. Oracle: The Dream 2:00.
Vi. Soliloquy 2:21
Vii. The Grand Finale 2:14.
2. A Passage To Bangkok 3:3
3. The Twilight Zone 3:18
4. Lessons 3:51
5. Tears 3:32
6. Something For Nothing 3:59

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3


pw - kennystabler
Posted By: MagMus Date: 10 Mar 2022 10:02
Posted By: hobobill Date: 10 Mar 2022 14:32
добро пожаловать
Posted By: musicman13 Date: 11 Mar 2022 14:04
Lot's of thanks for this one! Been waiting for it to show up. By the password, can kinda tell what football team you root for!
Posted By: hobobill Date: 16 Mar 2022 03:01
cool musicman13..happy to be of help.

that's the team i used to root for i'm a big kenny stabler stabler fan. win loose or draw no matter the snake always gave more than 100%. rooting for no team in particular these days.
Posted By: shoober Date: 01 Apr 2022 08:59
thank you bill!
Posted By: hobobill Date: 02 Apr 2022 16:57
you welcome shoober

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