Rush's second collection of videos reminds us of why, perhaps, they are first and foremost an 'audible' experience. Studio footage is of course always welcomed, but their entry into the world of Music Video leaves much to be desired.

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Whilst Rush have always been considered one of Rock's greatest hidden treasures, with complex, intricate musicianship, it can never be said that Music Video was their forté. With this collection of 'hit' videos from Rush we can see why. Almost befittingly, Rush's best videos appear to be those that simply demonstrate their playing. Studio footage of Rush is rare and welcomed on this DVD Written by David Clegg

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