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Rush Retire

Postby satbunny » 12:18pm on 25 Jan 18

Rush: a band who sparked the teenage imagination like few others

https://www.theguardian.com/music/2018/ ... _clipboard

You know you want to.. what's your favourite Rush track?



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Re: Rush Retire

Postby BenQ » 3:51pm on 25 Jan 18

Confession time, Rush completely passed by me. Couldn't name or hum a single tune of theirs! Perhaps I should remedy that.
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Re: Rush Retire

Postby maddz » 4:19pm on 25 Jan 18

Shouldn't worry, my reaction was Rush who? It's been longer than I care to recall since my teenage years..
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Re: Rush Retire

Postby satbunny » 5:05pm on 25 Jan 18

Oh goodness, where is Loz when you need him!
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Re: Rush Retire

Postby satbunny » 5:10pm on 25 Jan 18

It's hard to choose, but
The Spirit of Radio: https://open.spotify.com/track/3ptER26gZWGlFsPT7HJfqd
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Re: Rush Retire

Postby j0rdi » 6:34pm on 25 Jan 18

One of the few I know, but it is my favourite Rush track (I think it's the synth...)

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Re: Rush Retire

Postby ragr » 6:59pm on 25 Jan 18

Favourite Rush song. Might as well ask which has been my favourite breath.

My favourite Rush song this second is;

"He's an okay GM sometimes" - Pebsie
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Re: Rush Retire

Postby thenovalord » 7:15pm on 25 Jan 18

satbunny wrote:It's hard to choose, but
The Spirit of Radio: https://open.spotify.com/track/3ptER26gZWGlFsPT7HJfqd


Didn't realise they had any other songs!
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Re: Rush Retire

Postby DigitalMage » 1:16pm on 26 Jan 18

I still love Anagram (for Mongo) just for the clever lyrics ("There is TIC and TOC in ATOMIC")

I also always planned to run a Werewolf: The Apocalypse scenario based on the Red Tide.

2112 is of course a classic and potential inspiration for a whole roleplaying campaign :)
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Re: Rush Retire

Postby Peanut » 1:51pm on 26 Jan 18

Was never really into Rush. Went with some mates to see them on the Moving Pictures tour where I sat between two avid Rush fans and continued to maintain that Triumph were the best band to come out of Canada. But 2112, Permanent Waves and Moving Pictures are all albums I enjoy. Jacob's Ladder is probably my favourite.

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