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Rush is the first studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in 1974 (see 1974 in music) and remastered in 1997. Rush's first release shows much of the hard rock/blues sound typical of many of the popular rock bands emerging from Britain earlier in the decade. Rush were fans of bands such as Led Zeppelin and Cream and these influences can be heard in most of the songs on this debut. Original drummer John Rutsey was unable to… read more

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  • Avatar for PinkFloydrulez
    this album gets too much hate; there's nothing wrong with some high quality zeppelin worship you can rock out to. can you imagine rush having gone down the same road as thin lizzy or judas priest? i mean I guess they would have gone some degree of prog without neil peart anyway given their tastes but still
  • Avatar for Guitarboy444
    I thought that some of the more straightforward songs are a bit textbook and somewhat uninteresting. "Finding My Way" and "What You're Doing" are surprisingly good songs and "Working Man" is a classic--I must admit, I bought that album for that one song. John Rutsey is a decent drummer, but he is far from Neil Peart. A good addition for die-hard Rush fans, but nothing too special. If you are into old hard rock, you may really like this, but I would not recommend anyone to begin their Rush experience with this album.
  • Avatar for rOnieAirhead
    The start of the legends.
  • Avatar for rOnieAirhead
    pure heavy metal. Black Sabbath called, they want their album back!
  • Avatar for EDRORR
    Pure rock n' roll.
  • Avatar for dr_bun
    definitely their worst album, I don't even count it as a rush album
  • Avatar for Maah365
    40 years today!! :D
  • Avatar for Gyoshimaru
    40 YEAAAAAAAAAARS!!! Congrats to Rush, this is my fav album xD
  • Avatar for licoricepizza
    The album cover art reminds me of a Jack Kirby-drawn explosion panel. Excellent!
  • Avatar for tresfoufou
    John Rutsy kicked ass on this album IMO.

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