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Signals album for sale by Rush was released Jun 03, 1997 on the Mercury label. Making the transition from the heavy-rocking '70s to the synthesizer-driven '80s, the power trio Rush embraced the new technology with open arms. Signals songs After the 1981 smash album MOVING PICTURES, Rush decided to lead their cult of loyal fans down a slightly different musical route while continuing to maintain their high level of expertise. The result, SIGNALS, was a very unique album for the group and ushered in an era that focused their sound toward keyboard-centered orchestrations and tight, stylized arrangements. Signals CD music contains a single disc with 8 songs. ...See Full Description
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||might be theyre best|
the perennial Rush seems like they can go on forever making great music. This early 80s effort was my favorite and it was time to get it on cd.
By redbear31 (Beverly Hills Florida)
||#1 desert island pick|
this album changed my life. i still listen to it with the same intensity as i did when it was released.
By Daron ("Toronto, On., Canada)
||Still a classic|
This one is a little less "awesome" than the previous Moving Pictures or the following Grace Under Pressure, especially the last two songs.
By evm111 (Las Vegas, NV)
||Rush at their most marketed:|
This is mostly a transitional record with a thinner guitar sound, and IMO the best drum sound of any Rush record.
By Donny_S (Detroit, Mich, USA)
||A Strong Album|
There isn't a single bad song on Signals, and most of the songs are very well done. Subdivisions is a great song and a good opener for the album.
By Paul (Omaha, NE)
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Signals songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1055942|
|Release Date||Jun 03, 1997|
|Producer||Rush Brown; Rush; Terry Brown|
|Engineer||Robbie Whelan; Paul Northfield|
|Recording Time||42 minutes|
|Personnel||Geddy Lee - vocals, synthesizer, bass|
Alex Lifeson - guitar
Neil Peart - drums, percussion
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