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September 15, 2020
Does anyone else find any humor in this?

Here's a clue: Neil Peart was not a member of Rush when 'Working Man' was released on Rush's first self-titled album. In fact, it was actually John Rutsey.

[Now, I do know that Neil did play this song for live performances, after he joined the band, but...]

Maybe Fu Manchu's drummer just can't rip it like Neil, so the band chose an older, slower blues-oriented rock-and-roll Rush song.

Just an observation.
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