Signals

Rush - Signals
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1982 Ratings: #25
September 9, 1982 / Release Date
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Anthem, Mercury / Label
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gas_souza
81
Subdivisions - 90
The Analog Kid - 80
Chemistry - 80
Digital Man - 80
The Weapon - 75
New World Man - 75
Losing It - 85
Countdown - 80

Destaques: Subdivisions e Losing It
lucacdornelles
81
It's good, but I hate Geddy Lee's voice.
RANKING THE SONGS:
8. The Weapon
7. Digital Man
6. Losing It
5. Chemistry
4. Countdown
3. New World Man
2. Subdivisions
1. The Analog Kid
PipePanic
85
Rush have always had a fascination with synths and new-wave technology in their previous records, but here it's at the forefront and it's unavoidable. It's different yes, but is it bad? Hell no. Rush's songwriting and instrumentation is still top notch, and the synths add to Rush's already creative sound, giving yet another dimension to rush that many haven't seen before.

Favorite Jams: Losing It, Digital Man, New World Man

Lest Favorite: The Weapon
75
I enjoyed Digital man, but to me it didn't need to be six minutes long. I liked the instrumentation on Countdown but the vocal delivery was too weak for me.
twwalter
84
Rush was never a band that hesitated on experimentation and chameleoning themselves to the times. As the 80s roled in, Rush immediately embraced synths, and the crazy part? It worked well and made some of its most moving sounds.
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