Rush - Counterparts (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 15,  · Counterparts is the fifteenth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released October 19, on Anthem Records. After they finished touring their previous album Roll the Bones /5(75).
  2. During its recording, guitarist Alex Lifeson wanted the album to be more hard rock-oriented, while bassist Geddy Lee was content with their recent excursions in melodic pop. Lifeson must have won the battle, because COUNTERPARTS is a harder-rocking affair than Rush's previous several albums/5().
  3. As always, Rush are amazing songwriters and instrumentalists on this album. Though often overlooked, Counterparts is a great Rush abum to just sit back to and listen to. It does have its shortcomings -- few guitar solos that are too short when they do occur, monotony on /5.
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  5. Jul 29,  · This was the last track on Counterparts, their best album of the s and what would have been Rush's best late period album if Clockwork Angels didn't come nineteen years later. " .
  6. Rush was a Canadian progressive rock band originally formed in August , in the Willowdale neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario. For the overwhelming majority of its existence, the band has consisted of bassist, keyboardist, and lead vocalist Geddy Lee, guitarist Alex Lifeson, and drummer and lyricist Neil slanraverlehotti.dirasedotidecuzasetztergeomem.infoinfoation albums:
  7. This is a very good-sounding vinyl reissue of 'Counterparts', the album Canadian music legends Rush originally released on Anthem/Atlantic Records in It reflects some of the trends at that time in North American music, with an earthy, straight-ahead pop/rock production style/5().

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