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Run For Cover - A Tribute To Rush mp3 track

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Performer: Run For Cover
Title: A Tribute To Rush
Released: 2007
Style: Prog Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.6 ✦
Other format: ASF WAV MP2 MPC AHX MP3 MP2

Tracklist

1 Distant Early Warning 5:02
2 Tom Sawyer 4:37
3 New World Man 3:45
4 Freewill 5:25
5 Subdivisions 5:39
6 Limelight 4:25
7 Jacob's Ladder 7:51
8 Red Barchetta 6:13
9 Xanadu 11:10
10 The Trees 4:42
11 Natual Science 9:10

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Eclipse Records
  • Copyright (c) – Core Music Publishing
  • Licensed From – Core Music Publishing
  • Manufactured By – Eclipse Records
  • Distributed By – Eclipse Records

Credits

  • Bass – Carl Schultz
  • Drums – Michael Mumblo
  • Guitar – Mike Cappadozy
  • Vocals – Rob Jackson*

Notes

All Songs Issued Under License From Core Music Publishing. A Division Of The Anthem Entertainment Group Inc.
© 2007 Eclipse Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 3 38647 90162 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 638647901628

With their album sales hitting well over 11 MILLION units scanned, the impact these songs have made on the minds of progressive rock fans nationwide is absolutely amazing.

This an interesting little cd we have here. Members of various Rush tribute bands formed this "super group" of cover artists. The highlights probably are Limelight and The Trees, these two selections seems to have a little extra kick to them. The vocalist for the group sounds like a cross beteween Geddy Lee and the lead singer from the band Queensryche and does a good job hitting all the signature Geddy vocal high spots

Working Man: A Tribute to Rush is a tribute album to progressive rock band Rush recorded by various artists and released on Magna Carta Records in 1996 (see 1996 in music). The album was mixed by original Rush producer Terry Brown at Town Music Studios in Toronto, Canada. Mike Portnoy was the main creative consultant. Several prominent musicians from the genres of hard rock, progressive rock, heavy metal, progressive metal and extreme metal were a part of this project.

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Run For Cover’ begins with an Interpol-esque, post-punk soundscape before blooming a rush of stadium-ready Americana in a similar vein to the sound of the ‘Sam’s Town’ era. Speaking of the track last year, Brandon Flowers revealed that ‘Run For Cover’ was originally written to appear on ‘Day & Age. It’s eight-years-old, he said. It started with Stuart Price and it still sort of has his stamp on it – but we’re funnelling it back through the band eight years later with a different producer. I never got the lyrics right and I think I’m gonna get it right this time. Run For Cover’ looks.

Rush were heavy when heavy was not cool, Rush comprised a clear and clear-headed three guys playing their hearts and minds out on sleeve and stage. Rush made you want to play better than that other guy in class, also providing a reading list for mind-feeding while you recovered from bleeding fingers, tender blood blisters and tendonitis. Rush is one of the few bands to conquer the divide between the more intimate progressive rock listener and FM rock radio. When bands like Yes and ELP were having trouble staying on the airwaves, Rush maintained their visibility. Always updating their sound but keeping those familiar touches.

Moving Pictures is the eighth studio album by the Canadian rock band Rush, released on February 12, 1981, on Anthem Records. After touring to support their previous album, Permanent Waves (1980), the band started to write and record new material in August 1980 with co-producer Terry Brown. They continued to write songs with a more radio friendly format, featuring tighter song structures and songs of shorter length compared to their early albums.