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"Subdivisions" is a Rush song that describes peer pressure for teenage life in the suburbs.

"Subdivisions" was released on the 1982 album Signals. Aside from being a perennial fan favourite and a staple of live performances, the song appears on several greatest hits compilations, was released as a single in 1982, and despite doing little serious business in the UK charts, it gained a lot of radio airplay in Britain at the time. In the US, it charted at #8… read more

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  • Avatar for nicolasbj
    brutal drums, beautiful melodies.
  • Avatar for KingNoCrown
    This song kicks some serious ass.
  • Avatar for hockeybub89
    I feel like a shit ton of video game music was influenced by dat synth.
  • Avatar for MegaDave89
    Decent. Well good.
  • Avatar for Z77
    The music video for this has one of my favorite arcade games in it on top of this being a great song.
  • Avatar for WhiskeyPony
    "Be cool or be cast out" I can definitely relate to this song, highschool was tough time for me and many others. [2]
  • Avatar for alphaknave
    Probably the most difficult Rush drums.
  • Avatar for YoQueSe666
    After years of dabbling and toiling in the background, synthesizers came to the forefront on this Signals single. As a result, the band's subsequent live shows would see Geddy take on triple duty more and more as he handled vocals, bass, and multiple keyboards. Dealing with Peart's less-than-enjoyable memories of suburban life, “Subdivisions” also features a rare vocal from the skin-man on the track's title line – though Lifeson’s the one singing it in the video and in concert. -- watchmojo
  • Avatar for FearDeimos
    From North to South, from East to West, Rush is and remains the Best. RUSH RUSH RUSH RUSH RUSH RUSH RUSH RUSH RUSH
  • Avatar for Panecea
    Drawn like moths we drift into the city ........ ♥

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