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 »
In GLOBAL METAL, directors Scot McFadyen and Sam Dunn set out to discover how the West's most maligned musical genre - heavy metal - has impacted the world's cultures beyond Europe 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 »
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.
The Band, Rush are serious rockers that don't take themselves too serious. RUSH Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland is the ultimate musical trip through time. From my youth of listening to Moving Pictures in my best friend's 1974 maroon Chevy Nova through my aging silver hair days of Snakes and Arrows, Rush delivers the best that Rock and Roll has to offer. Alex, Geddy and Neil deliver a shockingly energetic, riveting performance backed by an equally enthusiastic audience from Cleveland, OH. The naysayers will try to convince you these guys are washed up, but don't beLIEve the hype. Engage the HDTV, ramp up the surround sound and pour yourself a cold beer and enjoy 2+ hours of one of the most riveting Rock and Roll performances of this decade.
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