Category: Classic Rock
The Pass - Rush - Roll The Bones Tour (CD, Album)
Label: Grexit Records - GREX-019 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Unofficial Release Gatefold Sleeve • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock, Hard Rock
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Following the recent R40 tour finale in Los Angeles, Rush announces the rollout of the vinyl versions of six studio albums the band recorded for Atlantic Records between and All of the albums will be pressed on audiophile-quality, gram vinyl and each will come with a code to access a high-definition digital download/5().
"The Pass" is the second single from Rush's album Presto. The lyrics by drummer Neil Peart address teenage suicide and the tendency to romanticize it. The song peaked at No. 15 on the U.S. Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, and a music video was made for the song.. The line "All of us get lost in the darkness/Dreamers learn to steer by the stars/All of us do time in the gutter/Dreamers.
About Roll The Bones. Roll The Bones, the band’s 14th studio record, was recorded once again at Le Studio in Morin-Heights, Quebec and McClear Place in Toronto, Ontario. Rupert Hine returned as co-producer, after previously producing Presto. Roll the Bones has a taste of rap, a bit of funk, and a bigger “groove” than fans expected from Rush at the time.
ROLL THE BONES was the last and most commercially successful of Rush's pop albums. This doesn't make it one of the band's better offerings, however. It's a bit better than HOLD YOUR FIRE, but again it suffers from being such a calculated effort at expanding the group's sales. Sure, it starts off well enough. It IS a Rush album/5().
2. The album’s cover depicts a child kicking a skull down a sidewalk. Behind him the word rush is written on a wall. The word and the wall are all made out of dice, a nod to the record title since bones is slang for dice. The album won the Juno Award for best album cover design.
Sep 29, · The best Roll The Bones footage out there. Recorded at Broome County Arena in Binghamton, New York, on March 12, , during the Roll The Bones Tour.
From the Roll the Bones album, "Where's My Thing?" was Rush's second song nominated for a Grammy, losing to Eric Johnson's "Cliffs of Dover".The song has a pop-oriented feel, featuring an upbeat tempo and a brass-like synthesizer line. On the original album, it is humorously subtitled "Part IV: 'Gangster of Boats' Trilogy."The song was performed on the Roll the Bones tour and did not appear .
Live performance "Roll the Bones" would be played on every Rush tour since the song's release, up to the Snakes And Arrows Tour, when it was removed from the imbomsamarmyeprovegazvidanlila.xyzinfo , the song was included in the setlist for the Rush R40 Tour.