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4.29 | 1884 ratings

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5 stars There is a point in everyone's carrer when maturity comes. This record is a bright moment in the history of RUSH, of course, the feeling has a past, and a solid path can support greater things. This album is a landmark in the style and in the music by itself, so many of the notes played here has a trascendent power, a very prescise sequence of emotions, yes, is less "heavy" than some others previous records, but has a lot of structure. THE SPIRIT OF RADIO is one of the trademarks of this great band, also, JACOB'S LADDER is one of the most complex and NATURAL SCIENCE is one of the most brilliant ever. The only detail is the short lenght of the record, to be honest, nowadays i can protrait this as the "side a" and MOVING PICTURES as the "side b". However, time has spoke by itself, and showed us that a good record is timeless, like this one, A true jewel of the prog scene and unmistakeable of the ugly 80's. a must have
arqwave | 5/5 |


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