Sunday, December 29, 2013

Rush to release 40th anniversary edition of debut album

Rush will release a 40th anniversary edition of their 1974 self-titled debut album next year.

The Globe & Mail reports a record company spokeperson has confirmed the project and that the band members are “very involved” in putting the package together.

No further details have been revealed at this time.

Released in March of 1974, “Rush” introduced the Canadian rockers to the world with tracks like “In The Mood”, “Working Man”, “Finding My Way” and more.

The album featured Rush co-founders Alex Lifeson and drummer John Rutsey, and bassist Geddy Lee.

A remastered version of “Rush” was released in 1997 and again in 2011.

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