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Rush - Clockwork Angels Tour DVD (2 DVD) (2013)
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With an unmistakable sound melding Geddy Lee's freakishly high-pitched vocals, Alex Lifeson's
high-cholesterol guitar heroics and Neil Peart's ultra-complex drumming,
this Canadian power trio are one of the most beloved progressive rock
bands ever. In Rush songs, instruments wrap themselves around intricate,
often epic-length musical structures that carry Peart's often
mythological and philosophical lyrics. Once dismissed by critics out of
hand (one Seventies writer said Lee sings "like a cross between Donald
Duck and Robert Plant" ), the band have since become respected rock
elder statesman.

Rush's initial success was based on diligent touring, as the group
established itself first in Canada and then the northern U.S., then
gradually expanded its following despite limited airplay. The futuristic
concept album 2112 (Number 61, 1976) made Rush a late-Seventies force
to be reckoned with.

But a tentative accommodation with new wave pop structures, beginning
with Permanent Waves (Number Four, 1980) caused the trio's popularity to
soar. The album, Rush's eighth, marked a departure with its shorter
compositions, which characterized the band's work into the Nineties.

The platinum Signals (Number Ten, 1982) introduced a refined sound:
shimmering guitar similar to the Police's Andy Summers', warm
synthesizer backdrops and, most notably, relatively subdued vocals from
Lee, who by then sang in a lower register. That remained the blueprint
for Rush's music throughout the Eighties and early Nineties.

Each of Rush's five albums through 1985's Power Windows sold at least
one million copies, with Moving Pictures (Number Three, 1981) moving
more than four million. While Rush remained the antithesis of a singles
band, Signals produced an actual hit, "New World Man" (Number 21, 1982).

The group lowered its profile somewhat later in the decade, scaling back
on touring. Yet the albums, from 1987's Hold Your FireDifferent
Stages—Live (Number 35) still sold steadily. Counterparts (Number Two,
1993) recalled Rush's earlier, earthier sound, with Lifeson once again
the instrumental focus.

The band then went on an eighteen-month hiatus. Peart worked on a
tribute album to drummer Buddy Rich. With guest help from Primus' Les
Claypool, Lifeson made an album under the name Victor. Nevertheless,
Rush's next studio offering, Test for Echo, leaped to Number Five in

In 1998 the trio went on sabbatical again. Peart had lost his
19-year-old daughter in an automobile accident and wife to cancer, both
within a year. The drummer coped with his grief by riding his motorcycle
from Canada to Mexico. During that period, Lee recorded his solo debut,
2000's My Favorite Headache.

In 2001 the trio reconvened to begin work on Vapor Trails (Number Six,
2002). Rush followed with a tour and the live album Rush in Rio (Number
33, 2003), recorded in Brazil, where the trio is massively popular. In
2007 the band released Snakes & Arrows, which rocketed to Number
Three, capped once again by an extensive tour and another concert album,
Snakes & Arrows Live (Number 18, 2008).

Rush have altered more than just music over the years. Once perceived as
a rather dour bunch (due largely to Peart's often weighty lyrics), Rush
has long since revealed a sly sense of humor. In 1982 Lee sang on the
Top Twenty hit "Take Off," by Bob and Doug McKenzie, the
Canadian-bumpkin satire roles of Dave Thomas and Rick Moranis of the
Canadian-based comedy show SCTV. Another SCTV character, Joe Flaherty's
Count Floyd, introduced Rush via video during the trio's 1984 tour.

In 2007, Rush introduced its most famous song, "Tom Sawyer," with a
South Park parody on huge screens; a year later, Stephen Colbert
interviewed the band on The Colbert Report. The band often takes the
stage to such pre-recorded self-deprecating bits as the Three Stooges
theme or Pavement's "Stereo," which pokes fun at Lee's high-pitched
vocals. And in 2009, Rush even showed up at an event promoting the
Hollywood bromance I Love You Man, about two guys who find friendship
thanks to their shared love of — who else? — Rush.

Rush Official Site

2013 Clockwork Angels Tour DVD


DVD1 - Set One:

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! (drum solo)
10. Far Cry

DVD1 - Set Two (with the Clockwork Angels String Ensemble):

11. Caravan
12. Clockwork Angels
13. The Anarchist
14. Carnies
15. The Wreckers
16. Headlong Flight/Drumbastica (drum solo)
17. Peke’s Repose (guitar solo)/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 (drum solo)
23. Red Sector A
24. YYZ
25. The Spirit of Radio

DVD1 - Encore:

26. Tom Sawyer
27. 2112


DVD2 - Bonus:

28. Limelight (soundcheck recording)
29. Middletown Dreams
30. The Pass
31. Manhattan Project

DVD2 - Special Features:

01. Can’t Stop Thinking Big (25 min. tour documentary)
02. Behind The Scenes (featuring Jay Baruchel)
03. Outtakes
04. Interview With Dwush
05. Family Goy
06. Family Sawyer
07. The Watchmaker (intermission tour film)
08. Office Of The Watchmaker (closing tour film)

Label: Anthem Records

DVD 1:

Quality: DVD 9
Format: DVD video
Video Codec: MPEG2
Audio Codec: AC3
Video: MPEG2, NTSC 16:9 (720x480) VBR
Audio: Dolby AC3, 192kbps, 48kHz, 2/0ch
Audio 2: Dolby AC3, 448kbps, 48kHz, 5/1ch

DVD 2:

Quality: DVD 5
Format: DVD video
Video codec: MPEG2
Audio codec: AC3
Video: MPEG2, NTSC 16:9 (720x480) VBR
Audio: Dolby AC3, 192kbps, 48kHz, 2/0ch
Audio 2: Dolby AC3, 448kbps, 48kHz, 5/1ch

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