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Force Ten - Rush - Hold Your Fire (CD, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hold Your Fire on Discogs. Label: Mercury - ,Mercury - Q-1 • Format: CD Album 4/5(1).
  2. Apr 20,  · Published on Apr 20, A sweet song by Rush from thier album Hold Your Fire. Still stands as of one of the best Rush songs. I think at the .
  3. I'm not certain "Hold Your Fire" is a concept album, but here's my take on things. Using the four elements (fire, water, earth, air) as imagery, RUSH tells the story of a pilgrim who searches to find the calm and understanding human being trapped beneath the surface storm of negative emotions/5(84).
  4. Rush - Hold Your Fire () EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR Kbps PolyGram, Q-1 | ~ or Mb | Artwork(png) -> Mb Prog-Rock Hold Your Fire is the twelfth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on September 8, It was recorded at The Manor Studio in Oxfordshire, Ridge Farm Studio in Surrey, Air Studios in Montserrat and McClear Place in .
  5. Hold Your Fire is the twelfth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on September 8, It was recorded at The Manor Studio in Oxfordshire, Ridge Farm Studio in Surrey, Air Studios in Montserrat and McClear Place in Toronto. Hold Your Fire was the last Rush studio album released outside Canada by PolyGram/Mercury.
  6. After three absolutely mind-blowing records and two decent ones, Rush's synth war machine unleashed this - Hold Your Fire. This album is primarily led by synthesizers and a crisp, bright guitar from Alex. The album is coated in a thick layer of atmosphere that makes for a really inviting and musically thick listen.
  7. "Force Ten" was released in the United States by Mercury Records as a 12" vinyl one-track promotional single in It is the opening track of Rush's studio album Hold Your Fire, and the song later appear on compilation albums such as Chronicles, Retrospective II, The Spirit of Radio: Greatest Hits , Gold, Icon, and Sector 3.
  8. The multifaceted "Lock and Key" is quintessential Rush, and sets the stage for the album's climax with the sheer beauty of "Mission." As was the case with 's and 's Moving Pictures, Rush always seem to produce some of their best work at the end of each four-album cycle, and Hold Your Fire is no exception. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia, All 5/5(1).

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