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album thumbnail1974Rush
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 3

album thumbnail1975Caress of Steel
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 3

album thumbnail1975Fly by Night
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 3

album thumbnail1976All the World's a Stage
(Live album)
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Reviews: 2
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Cole Reviews  14th Apr 2018
All the World's a Stage is just a selection of songs from the band's previous four albums. Nothing new, nothing special. There's a boring version of "By-Tor and the Snow Dog", a drum solo, and hooray - a truncated version of "2112" - so maybe it isn't so bad after all! At least "Anthem" still rocks.


album thumbnail19762112
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 3

album thumbnail1977A Farewell to Kings
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 3

album thumbnail1978Hemispheres
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 3

album thumbnail1980Permanent Waves
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 3

album thumbnail1981Moving Pictures
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 5

album thumbnail1981Exit Stage Left
(Live album)
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Reviews: 2
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Paul Mouse  24th Oct 2017
Although Exit Stage Left has a good selection of later material and better vocals than on All the Word's a Stage, the album's mix is very muddy and bassy. Also, I'm not too keen on the way each track is faded out.


album thumbnail1982Signals
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 3

album thumbnail1984Grace Under Pressure
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 2

album thumbnail1985Power Windows
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 3

album thumbnail1987Hold Your Fire
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 3

album thumbnail1989A Show of Hands
(Live album)
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Reviews: 3

album thumbnail1989Presto
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 3

album thumbnail1991Roll the Bones
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 2

album thumbnail1993Counterparts
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 2

album thumbnail1996Test for Echo
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 2

album thumbnail1998Different Stages
(Live album)
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Reviews: 1
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Cole Reviews  15th May 2018
The only Rush live album you'll ever need, unless you're a really big fan.


album thumbnail2002Vapor Trails
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 2

album thumbnail2007Snakes & Arrows
(Studio album)
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Reviews: 1