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 »
Part of their World Slavery Tour, this, their Long Beach Arena shows, have finally come to the format of DVD. Bringing you the early tracks of their career and with the themes and backdrops... 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.
No one can make the argument that a concert DVD will replace a live show. But for a guy that missed the Time Machine Tour (there are still forehead dents in the wall), this'll do. This is high-energy, to say the very least, and does a bang-up job capturing the crowd during that night in Cleveland. The setlist is appropriate for such a tour, there's something from (I'm pretty sure) every single album. Even "Presto". And it's notable for the band's playing "Moving Pictures" from start to finish. I'm a huge fan, so I hope they're still going. Age is always a question, so if this was their final tour, then this concert was one hell of a sendoff.
But even so, this is two-and-a-half hours of virtuoso musicianship. A lot of socks were rocked off that night.
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