The Spirit of Radio: Greatest Hits (1974-1987) - Rush

The Spirit of Radio: Greatest Hits (1974-1987)

Rush

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2013-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • ℗ 2013 The Island Def Jam Music Group

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Working Man Rush 7:10
2
Fly By Night Rush 3:22
3
2112 Overture / The Temples of Rush 6:45
4
Closer to the Heart Rush 2:55
5
The Trees Rush 4:44
6
The Spirit of Radio Rush 4:58
7
Freewill Rush 5:23
8
Limelight Rush 4:19
9
Tom Sawyer Rush 4:36
10
Red Barchetta Rush 6:10
11
New World Man Rush 3:48
12
Subdivisions Rush 5:38
13
Distant Early Warning Rush 4:57
14
The Big Money Rush 5:37
15
Force Ten Rush 4:32
16
Time Stand Still (feat. Aimee Rush 5:08

Reviews

  • A true working band

    5
    By Engr230
    Rush is perhaps one of the least recognized rock bands, relative to what they have accomplished in musicianship and creativity. These guys worked their way to the top as a no-nonsense band. I very much admire their longevity, sticking together for so many years, creating some very powerful music. Finally, one thing I appreciate about them is something rather analogous to Steely Dan: they didn't write love songs!
  • WOWZA

    5
    By Rroocckkeerr
    Great band, great album, but why is YYZ not here, this is greatest hits right? The mistake is made up by Tom Sawyer and Working Man
  • Worth the money

    5
    By McCourt26
    With no doubt the greatest drummer in rock history Neil Pert along with Alex Lifeson and Geddy lee, these songs are what makes rock great. The vocals are grade A and the bass and drum solos are simply majestic. Definitely worth the money.
  • Great Album

    5
    By Rkbrown58
    Rush never gets old to listen to! I can wake up with it and go bed listening to it!
  • Great Album! But...

    5
    By Boscolola
    I love this album but no YYZ?!
  • Not natural

    2
    By D.J.V.
    Rush is in my top three rock bands. I've seen them at least 5 or 6 times. They are incredible live, 3 of the most talented musicians in the game, with two of them, Neil and Geddy, arguably the best drummer, and the best bassist in rock. Lifeson; vastly underatted and over shadowed by his band mates, is a great guitarist! The problem is that their albums can't be picked apart. Rush has a natural flow, and if you're a hard core rush fan like me, every cd up till power windows, is a best of rush. Not to mention a couple concept albums that wouldn't make sense if you separated a song for a best of cd. 2112 or Caress of steal, any cd up to and including Moving Pictures. The whole cd the whole story would give you a better glimpse into Rush. Don't buy a best of with Rush, it would be like taking songs from Pink Floyd's the wall and mixing them in a best of with other Floyd songs. Most progressive rock can't be chopped up like that. You have to listen to the cd in its entirety, or else it doesn't make sense
  • Rush Review

    5
    By Toehead60
    I have been listening to Rush since 1993 and I have seen them in concert twice! They do not disappoint and have always put on an awesome show.
  • Great collection of classic Rush tunes

    5
    By dem2112
    Rush, arguably the greatest rock trio ever assembled have far too many classics songs to put onto just one greatest hits collection but, this is a good start.
  • RUSH!

    5
    By OhioRocker1
    One of the best greatest hits albums of all time!
  • YYZ MIA

    4
    By oiqehjr08qhjgisadf
    It's Rush, it's some of their best earlier stuff, what needs to be said? But no YYZ? Really? Come on!