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I love this song. This song tells us that instead of doing what we should do, we are in a world where nothing is fair. The bass and guitar in this song fit perfectly together and as always Neil Peart is amazing. I heard this song recently and it instantly became my favourite Rush song. If there is anything close to greatness it is Rush and this song!
Truly amazing one. Can't believe its down so low at 19. Jeez, who made tom sawyer rank one! This is such a splendid song, it deserves a lot more than rank 19.Listen to sample
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NorwoodMore comments about The Camera EyeListen to sample
Caravan is fourth on my list because of the fact that it's one of the better Clockwork Angels songs. It has a killer bass line, not to mention at about halfway through there is a heck of a solo that is played.
This song includes a priceless riff and combines hard rock with prog. I would recommend it. One of rush's better new songs. If you listen you will also note that geddy has some great bass.Listen to sample
VAFuryMore comments about Dreamline Listen to sample
Fantastic short little rocker. Could be many other bands best song, but it made the list so I'm happy.Listen to sample
mneilanMore comments about Roll The BonesListen to sample
Listen to the structure of the song... Really well produced with subtle rhythm changes in between. By far the best Rush song post y2k
Modern classic - exactly the sort of song that keeps Rush relevant.
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I came across this song while I was young, and I saw the music video... Somehow I knew it was about losing someone and missing them. Red Sector A seems unique to many because Geddy doesn't play bass in it... Just keyboard. Well that is the same with this song. The words speak to me, and Alex's little solo is insane when you see its just a couple different chords.
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This song is awesome! The synthesizer is great and alexs crunching guitar riffs along with those harmonics make this song very fun to listen too.. SHould be way higher than 66..!Listen to sample
I think lessons should be in the top25 songs because it has this really cheery acoustic riff to it. It has a cool bass line. How good an it get? A good song, one of my favorite songs to listen to in car rides.Listen to sample
not a song, but the mere prove of neil peart greatnessListen to sample
Give this one a listen, trust me, you'll love it.
theforgiventeenListen to sample
This song just is so intense and attractive. If you know a song where there is a part you never want to end the whole song is that moment. Intense rock. Cowbell rock. Addictive vocals that really suit this tone of rock, ya man!
In the mood just has this groove that catches me with amazement every time I hear it. The cowbell just revves up the intensity. Love the guitar solo too.
In the mood has an amazing guitar riff and is a iconic example of rush in their early days. I would put it in the top 50 at least because it is a song where their musical talent peeks out here and there...More comments about In the MoodListen to sample
This song has An AWESOME BASS RIFF! It is so solid and full sounding! Please vote for this
Great Rocking Rush song, with great meaning... Nothing unusual from Rush. Can't believe it is so low! Take a listen!Listen to sample
Pure Art. Pure Emotion. Pure Soul.
Not an overly popular Rush song, but it has a couple truly amazing factors. 1. A soft, acoustic song. It's a nice change because Rush has few of these. 2. The fantasy element seen in La Villa Strangiato and By-Tor and the Snow Dog originated here. 3. It's one of the most beautiful pieces written by Neil Peart. Seriously, the imagery and image he paints with the writing is phenomenal.Listen to sample
The Body Electric is similar to Afterimage... I saw the music video when I was a kid and it spoke to me. It has been one of my favorites ever since.
This is an interesting song. Can't say it is my favourite Rush song, but Neil's drumming at the start of this song draws me in every time. Very mechanical and well suited to the subject matter.Listen to sample
This song should at least be higher up in the list. :/
This song's constant transitions are mindblowing. The whole signals album is a masterpiece and will be celebrated forever by me and hopefully others.
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This song is alike Caravan.. It is one of the better songs on Clockwork Angels, but this song... Seems like the transition and story from old Rush to new Rush. Neil's drumming is so simple... Yet elegant. Alex's guitar shifts from a rock sound to a classical sound. Geddy's singing has so much meaning in it. Clockwork Angels is in my top 10.
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Updated Saturday, April 19, 2014