First concert DVD ever from legendary rock trio Rush. Double-DVD set, containing 28 Rush songs. Bonus features include a tour documentary, multi-angle viewing options for certain songs, and... See full summary »
An energy-filled performance from legendary rock trio Rush, recorded live at Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada on September 21, 1984. Seventy minutes long, the entire performance is not ... See full summary »
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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.
What do you get if you put three virtuoso musicians in an arena with thousands of adoring fans, a back catalogue longer than your arm, a superb lightshow and cracking back projections and Lord alone knows how many cameras? Well - this. Some people may not like a band that strive for perfection on stage, but for me this DVD is a great reminder of a fantastic gig I saw here in England. The boys are on top of their game, and include plenty of humour in the show. There's a fine mix of new material with (of course) loads of old favourites. If you're a Rush fan, you probably have this already, or are going to get it soon. If you're not, and want to see how a gig should be done properly, then go for it! You won't be disappointed........
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