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8 thoughts on “ Rush - A Farewell To Kings (Cassette, Album)

  1. Vogar
    The fifth studio album “A Farewell to Kings” has always been my favorite one from the Canadian progressive rock band Rush. The previous album “” was their most complex record so far and made Rush famous. “A Farewell to Kings” keeps the same direction. There are two typical Rush epics and four shorter songs.
  2. Bara
    This is the title track of Rush’s album A Farewell to Kings. With lyrics written by their drummer, Neil Peart, the song is about dealing with hypocrisy and finding your own way by looking within.
  3. Golar
    A Farewell to Kings is the fifth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in September by Anthem Records. It was recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales. Description provided by /5().
  4. Julkis
    Jan 24,  · A Farewell to Kings – released in Riding the wave of commercial success from , Rush released their fifth LP, A Farewell to Kings, in Only a year after releasing their first multi-platinum album, Rush traveled to the UK and recorded this gem in Wales, marking the first time the band recorded outside of Toronto.
  5. Tolkree
    May 20,  · Song A Farewell To Kings (Album Version) Artist Rush; Licensed to YouTube by UMG, Anthem Entertainment (Masters) (on behalf of Island Mercury); UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, AMRA.
  6. Mausar
    "A Farewell to Kings" is a landmark album in the long, prolific career of its threesome perpetrators. The progressive colours that had been part of Rush's sonic landscape in their previous two studio efforts are now taken to the next level, becoming now an integral element of a hard-rock driven progressive power trio sound/5.
  7. Sajar
    A Farewell to Kings. Music: Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart Lyrics: Neil Peart. When they turn the pages of history When these days have passed long ago Will they read of us with sadness For the seeds that we let grow We turned our gaze From the castles in the distance Eyes cast down On the path of least resistance. Cities full of hatred Fear and lies.
  8. Yohn
    Another nice example of Rush's talents creating a consistent 'prog-rock' output a la Yes or Genesis blended with '70s heavy-metal riffs and esoteric lyrics penned by drummer Neil Peart, though "A Farewell to Kings" falls a bit short of their former LP "", not being more interesting than their next "Hemispheres" whatsoever.

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