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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold sleeve CD release of Snakes & Arrows Live on Discogs.
  2. "The Spirit of Radio" is a song released in by the Canadian rock band Rush from their album Permanent Waves. The song's name was inspired by Toronto radio station CFNY-FM's slogan. It was significant in the growing popularity of the band, becoming their first top 30 single in Canada and reaching number 51 on the US Hot It remains one of Rush's best-known songs and was a concert staple.
  3. Jun 12,  · Today, in celebration of the 40th anniversary of "Permanent Waves", Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductees RUSH have premiered their new official conceptual music video for "The Spirit Of Radio.
  4. After viewing the new R40 BluRay several times recently I decided to "change things up a bit" and listen to the concert films in order! I started with Rush Replay(DVD's) on through R30, Snakes, Time Machine, Clockwork Angels! Snakes And Arrows had the cleanest sound out of .
  5. The DVD documents the band's R 30th Anniversary Tour, and was recorded on September 24, at the Festhalle Frankfurt, Germany. The DVD was released in both a standard and a deluxe set. The deluxe version features two additional audio CDs of the DVD content, as well as various interviews, and extra live footage.
  6. Filmed over two performances in Rotterdam, Holland in October of , Rush's new DVD Snakes & Arrows Live captures the legendary band in peak form, performing classic Rush material and nine new songs from their critically acclaimed CD Snakes & eronkedbanomipordimicomdiaroo.xyzinfos:
  7. This is a great companion piece to the "Snakes and Arrows" 3 DVD set. I personally never tire of Rush live concerts--the live performance being how I became a Rush fanatic in the first place. So, if Rush wants to keep cranking out live albums on a yearly or semi-yearly basis, I say more power to them.
  8. The Spirit Of Radio: Tom Sawyer: Encore One Little Victory: A Passage To Bangkok This is different compared to Snakes & Arrows Live bearing a yellow FSK logo suggesting viewing age from 6 years upwards. Rush: Snakes & Arrows Live /5(5).
  9. Snakes And Arrows pushes the band even further and shows that Rush is still very relevant in today's modern music scene. I really liked Vapor Trails especially the stripped down sound and the brutal honesty of Neil Peart's very personal and reflective lyrics in looking at the tragedy of events that had transpired in his personal life in the.

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