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The Spirit Of Radio - Various - Voices Of Rock (DVD)



  1. "The spirit of radio" was the slogan of a radio station in Toronto, Ontario. Alex recently stated that the station that inspired the song won't even play Rush anymore, as they have changed formats. Pearts lyrics reflect how commercial radio had become,and how in the early days of rock radio,you could still hear more obscure, yet talented bands.
  2. Warmly inviting Pop and Country influences and an endlessly singable hook is seen as “ideal for bringing voices together” by music industry experts, such as A&R Factory among others. The single has been given a wide range of Radio Airplay worldwide since its release, various Spotify and other major streaming platform playlists placements.
  3. Spanning their year association with the Mercury label, The Spirit of Radio contains 16 of Rush's best-known songs that have been floating around the rock radio airwaves for years. Arranged chronologically from 's Zeppelin -esque "Working Man," to 's majestic "Time Stand Still," this concise, single-disc collection represents Rush during their most productive Brand: Mercury.
  4. During their heyday, some of their songs were played to death on rock radio. I got so tired of them that I didn't appreciate what when into them. Spirit of the Radio woke up my spirit to Rush, a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame/5().
  5. minutes of Rush, first evcer greatest hits collection by Rush, approved by the band. 16 track's featuring "Tom Sawyer," "New World Man" and "Sub divisions." Also features "The Spirit of Radio," " Overture/The Temples of Syrinx," "Fly By Nig ht" and "Closer to the Heart.".
  6. Rush - The Spirit Of Radio (Official) official by Rush with free online tab player, speed control and loop. Correct version. Added on October 9,
  7. Product Description: Initial pressings of SPIRIT OF RADIO included a bonus DVD. Rush: Geddy Lee (vocals, Mini-Moog synthesizer, Oberheim synthesizer, bass); Alex Lifeson (acoustic, electric & string guitars, synthesizer); Neil Peart (glockenspiel, drums, timbales, timpani, triangle, percussion, electronic percussion, gong, cowbell, chimes); John Rutsey (drums).4/5().
  8. "Spirit of Radio"'s highest chart achievement came in the U.K., making it to number 13 there while stalling at number 51 in the U.S. and number 33 in Rush's homeland of Canada. The song's parent album, 's Permanent Waves, fared much better, peaking at number four in America and number three in Britain.

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