The Spirit of Radio: Greatest Hits 1974-1987 [Bonus DVD]

The Spirit of Radio: Greatest Hits 1974-1987 [Bonus DVD]

by Rush


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A chronological collection of Rush's Mercury recordings, The Spirit of Radio spans a 13-year period that produced such hits as "Working Man," "Tom Sawyer," "New World Man," and "Subdivisions." The set includes track annotations, complete lyrics, and lots of photos. The first 100,000 copies include videos for "Closer to the Heart," "Tom Sawyer," "Subdivisions," "The Big Money," and "Mystic Rhythms."

Product Details

Release Date: 02/11/2003
Label: Mercury
UPC: 0044006333526
catalogNumber: 063335
Rank: 6956

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Rush   Primary Artist
Aimee Mann   Vocals
Geddy Lee   Synthesizer,Bass,Keyboards,Vocals,12-string Guitar,Classical Guitar,bass pedals,oberheim,Mini Moog
Alex Lifeson   Synthesizer,Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Classical Guitar,bass pedals,Guitar (12 String Electric),Roland Synthesizer,Guitar (12 String Acoustic)
Neil Peart   Percussion,Drums,Glockenspiel,Gong,Triangle,Timpani,Vibraslap,cowbell,Tubular Bells,electronic percussion,Temple Blocks,Orchestra Bells,Crotale,Bell-tree,Wind Chimes
Andy Richards   Keyboards
John Rutsey   Drums

Technical Credits

Rush   Arranger,Producer
Pat Moran   Engineer
Peter Collins   Arranger,Producer
Terry Brown   Arranger,Producer,Engineer
Pye Dubois   Composer
Peter Henderson   Producer,Engineer
Geddy Lee   Composer
Alex Lifeson   Composer
Robin McBride   Executive Producer
Paul Northfield   Engineer
Declan O'Doherty   Vocal Engineer
Neil Peart   Composer
Hugh Syme   Art Direction
John Michael Talbot   Composer
James Barton   Engineer

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The Spirit of Radio: Greatest Hits 1974-1987 [Bonus DVD] 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When you bring together the ear-pleasing sound of Geddy's voice, the phenomenal beat of Peart's drum, and the pure genius of can be nothing short of fantastic. To not love this C.D. is to be musically challenged or deaf.
Guest More than 1 year ago
just got this cd today and what a collection you got 16 tracks from 1974 to 1987. containg allmost 80 mins worth of music gots lots of good ones.including fly by night /2112/subdivisions/new world man/ closer to the heart/and lots of other faviortes/we all know rush has been making great music and entertaing millons of fans for allmost 30 years. geddy lee/alex lifeson/and neil peart/ still have that powerful energey in them that they call rush!!
bgus88 More than 1 year ago
This album exemplifies everything the the group Rush is and what their music mean to them and their fans. I would recommend this album to anybody who has liked maybe one or two of the band's song's, it will open up a whole new world to the listener. One of my favorites is, "Closer To The Heart" which is a very eye opening into the depth of song writing this group has.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an excelent primer on Rush . I have more of their music than I can count , aprox. 10 albums and 12 CD's . I won't need this CD , but if your albums are useless and you want 1 Rush CD this is a good choice . You will , however , still be missing a vast amount of excellent work .
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