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Signals [Remaster]
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Album: Signals [Remaster]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Subdivisions More Info... 5:35
2)    The Analog Kid More Info... 4:48
3)    Chemistry More Info... 4:58
4)    Digital Man More Info... 6:22
5)    The Weapon More Info... 6:24
6)    New World Man More Info... 3:43
7)    Losing It More Info... 4:54
8)    Countdown More Info... 5:50
 

Album: Signals [Remaster]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Subdivisions More Info... 5:35
2)    The Analog Kid More Info... 4:48
3)    Chemistry More Info... 4:58
4)    Digital Man More Info... 6:22
5)    The Weapon More Info... 6:24
6)    New World Man More Info... 3:43
7)    Losing It More Info... 4:54
8)    Countdown More Info... 5:50
 
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Tracks

1. Subdivisions

2. The Analog Kid

3. Chemistry

4. Digital Man

5. The Weapon

6. New World Man

7. Losing It

8. Countdown

Performer Notes
  • Rush: Geddy Lee (vocals, synthesizer, bass); Alex Lifeson (guitar); Neal Peart (drums, percussion).
  • Additional personnel: Ben Mink (violin).
  • Recorded at Le Studio, Quebec, Canada between April & July 1982.
  • Rush: Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, Neal Peart.
  • Additional personnel: Ben Mink (violin).
  • Lyricists: Geddy Lee; Alex Lifeson; Neil Peart.
  • Personnel: Geddy Lee (vocals, guitar, keyboards, synthesizer, bass guitar); Alex Lifeson (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Ben Mink (violin, electric violin); Neil Peart (drums, percussion).
  • Audio Mixer: Paul Northfield.
  • Recording information: Le Studio (04/1982-07/1982); Studio (04/1982-07/1982).
  • Photographer: Deborah Samuel.
  • Unknown Contributor Roles: Deborah Samuel; Alex Lifeson.
  • Arrangers: Rush Brown; Rush; Terry Brown.
  • Making the transition from the heavy-rocking '70s to the synthesizer-driven '80s, the power trio Rush embraced the new technology with open arms. 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.
  • The driving opener "Subdivisions" is a powerful depiction of the sometimes bleak outlook of suburban life. The special effects of "Chemistry" and the shuffling "Digital Man" take on a futuristic slant befitting the group's new synthesizer-based sound. The most creative use of the technology comes with the mysterious "The Weapon," one of the group's darkest compositions. A more typical song is the up-beat "New World Man" which showcases the trio's strengths on top of a sequenced computer track. The grand finally comes with a very realistic description of the launch of NASA's space shuttle on the programmatic "Countdown."
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