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  • these typical casual listeners... by bigger half it's your fault that music is "dead". go right to your filthy and stupid temple of syrinx, forget this place and this band.
  • Good Canadian rock !
  • What a song!
  • I am a Shoegazing Zen Quaker Sufi Mystic Polymath seeking enlightenment in B# and everything RUSH does is AWESOME!!!! Can you B#. Be openminded. RUSH is AWESOME and Freewill is one of Rush's best. To each their own.
  • This is just a song guys. They're not preaching. Hold on to your beliefs, whatever they are, and enjoy this great song for what it is: a song.
  • just because your religious does that stop you from having a mind of your own or are you to easy to brain wash.
  • @enzo5: they've got at least one song like this on every album so you knew what you were getting into.
  • Speaking as a Rush fan with strong spiritual beliefs (Yes, we do exist) I don't exactly feel alienated. I still love Rush. I justr usually skip songs like this and Freewill. My faith can survivie someone else's atheism. And let;s face it, the man's been through hell. I'm sure it's hard to believe much after all he's been through.
  • A dark and really great song!
  • Not only is he a total prick, but he is deliberately alienating any of his fans who happen to be religious. This is just offensive and ignorant.
  • "The price of what we're winning Is the same as what we've lost" Wow...those are some DARK lyrics, Neil! Don't even get me started with the watchmaker stuff...that guy is a total prick.
  • I think the intro to this and the whole song BU2B2 have some type of ties to one another...
  • Not sure how I feel about the addition of that little intro on the album version. Mind you, I've only heard it once so far, but I'm not sure what it adds to the overall song. I can't wait to hear BU2B2 though.
  • amazing song with really deep lyrics, as usual
  • I don't like that intro much. It's totally pointless.
  • I love the acoustic intro, this song fuckin rocks!
  • This single version is 4:21, but apparently the album version is 5:10. Guess we'll see what it sounds like when [album artist=Rush]Clockwork Angels[/album] comes out!
  • Quite good :D
  • Song rules, love the lyrics.
  • I so hope the new album will be as totally awesome as those two tracks (Caravan & BU2B). It's the best stuff they've made in years!
  • I'm addicted to that Rush!
  • INSANELY good live. I knew it was a great song and I was looking forward to hearing it, but WOW!! Mind: blown.
  • Okay, 50 weeks after release, I can safely say I was correct in saying this is indeed the best Rush song in decades. I'm dying a little inside each time I hear Clockwork Angels is being delayed, but I know that the end result will be completely worth it.
  • Don't like it as much as Caravan, but it's still quite good. Very heavy for Rush. Clockwork Angels will probably be their heaviest album since Hemispheres or 2112.
  • Rush goes metal \m/
  • So good live. Though I like Caravan better.
  • I might be the first detractor here. These tracks remind me too much of Vapor Trails except these don't seem to be mixed improperly like that album was; and that's more disturbing to me than a simple bad mix. It's just that simply the instruments themselves at times completely drown out Geddy Lee's voice, but I am thankful he doesn't resort to screaming or wailing in an attempt to get into a prominence battle with the instruments. That's what I dislike about heavy metal as a whole. Rush has experimented with heavy metal and IMO so far has done it a service by retaining rhythm and understandable vocals when the tracks themselves were mixed properly. Just wish they'd re-record Vapor Trails. The remixed Earthshine on Retrospective III wasn't enough. Perhaps these two tracks'll grow on me — especially when I'm able to get something in better quality than a stupid low bitrate mp3. Hopefully there'll be a disc release of this soonish so I could rip to lossless.
  • To be fair, I am a deep listener when it comes to Rush. I always search for those epic things in songs. For example, the synth in middletown dreams on 2 minutes, the intro in one little victory, or maybe the feeling in Geddys voice in A Passage To Bangkok when he sings "pulling into Katmandu". These to songs just brought Rush to a new level. Too good to be true!
  • Very Rage Against the Machine-ish opening riff. I half expect Zack de la Rocha to come in. Excellent song.
  • I would say this is the best Rush song in decades, but it's only been a week so it's a touch early to start saying stuff like that.
  • fucking awesome! badass as hell!
  • Pretty heavy for a Rush song, still good though!
  • Another epic piece from an epic band.
  • IT Rocks all right, but the rhythm seems a tad commercial compared to Caravan. I would prefer to see a longer Epic version of that song but I like this.
  • The riff in this would not be out of place on a Mastodon album. Rush's biggest, heaviest, most utterly massive riff. If this is a sign of things to come, I'm in.
  • Fucking amazing!!!! Far better than most of Snakes & Arrows´ stuff
  • While our loving watchmaker loves us all to death.
  • The ending is just too awesome.
  • Heavy, heavy shit. I totally dig it :D

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