Rush Albums Ranked Worst to First

Those who know me understand I’m an album ranking guy. With RUSH being one of my favorite bands, it’s probably only a matter of time before I take a shot at it! Until then, enjoy this ranking!

Drew's Reviews

Rush released their self-titled debut album in 1974 and today retains legions of fans who remain devoted to their music.

The biggest cult band in the world, routinely dismissed by mainstream music critics, seemed to finally get the respect they deserved on the tail-end of their career. Regardless, you don’t have to like Rush to at least recognize their influence in rock music. And, arguably, their effect in the lives of fans has no equal nor knows no bounds.

Geddy Lee,Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart indeed became a permanent presence for those who got them. Every few years an album followed by a tour. Almost like clockwork. If the future was looking dark, at least a new Rush album was in the works. But time doesn’t stand still…

Rush last performed on Aug. 1, 2015 in what some suspected was their last but many hoped simply drew…

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Concert Review: Rush – Roll the Bones Tour Dec. 9, 1991

One of my favorite bands of all time! Great review of an old show!

Drew's Reviews

If there was ever a question about the role of Rush in my life, 30 years ago today removed all doubts.

Just a few days earlier I withdrew from college.

But Rush book-ended this abysmal time of my life first with the release of Roll the Bones on Sept. 3, the day I left for that college, only to end with a bit of everyday glory at the Providence Civic Center in Providence, RI the night before I returned home for good when I saw Rush on the Roll the Bones tour.

I’m not so sure I believe in coincidences.

Like my Presto Tour review, this one recalls more memories of that time in my life rather than reliving the concert and a breakdown of the show. Sadly, your younger brain, mine anyway, fails to absorb early events in life, even ones that make a lasting impression. But if…

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