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Post by Slaine mac Roth » Wed Jul 21, 2004 3:25 pm

Found this on the Power Windows site:

Atlantic Remasters: Although there has been no official announcement as of yet from Anthem Records, set for reissue on August 24, 2004, are remastered versions of Rush's studio albums with Atlantic: Presto, Roll The Bones, Counterparts, Test For Echo and Vapor Trails. Already listed on Amazon.com [click links to preorder], the remastering of Vapor Trails has been requested since shortly after its original release (audiophiles may recall the article "Over the Limit - Ceiling Limited" which discussed the poor mastering of the original release), and this fan hopes the spine copy on Presto is corrected so that it no longer appears upside down in the rack! - July 20, 2004
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Post by 3 travelers » Wed Jul 21, 2004 3:27 pm

appears upside down in the rack! Holy shit Batman... and I thought I had the only upside down copy
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Post by Sir Myghin » Wed Jul 21, 2004 7:02 pm

my copy isn't upside i don't think

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Post by happysmilies007 » Wed Jul 21, 2004 7:53 pm

mine either!

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Post by Soup4Rush » Thu Jul 22, 2004 8:07 am

Slaine mac Roth wrote:Found this on the Power Windows site:

Atlantic Remasters: Although there has been no official announcement as of yet from Anthem Records, set for reissue on August 24, 2004, are remastered versions of Rush's studio albums with Atlantic: Presto, Roll The Bones, Counterparts, Test For Echo and Vapor Trails. Already listed on Amazon.com [click links to preorder], the remastering of Vapor Trails has been requested since shortly after its original release (audiophiles may recall the article "Over the Limit - Ceiling Limited" which discussed the poor mastering of the original release), and this fan hopes the spine copy on Presto is corrected so that it no longer appears upside down in the rack! - July 20, 2004
You kow this is so funny you bring this up, Just last Sunday I was cleaning all my Rush CD cases and replacing them as needed and I had them all lined up in date order and I noticed Presto was upside down. I tried for an hour to fix it but nothing worked. I ended up turning it up side down so the side looked like all the rest of the CDS. I look back at this post now, Am I really that anal?? :???:
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Post by MrMiltonBanana » Wed Jul 27, 2005 4:52 pm

I'm just like that. I have every floyd album and there are a couple that have upside down sides. WHAT A BOTHER!


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Post by awip2062 » Mon Aug 01, 2005 12:29 am

LOL! I hear ya boys! I just got home from a four day gig and my eldest son had the wisdom to take all our Rush studio CDs as well as some of the copmpilations along with us. When I was putting them back in the CD holder, I didn't have time to put them in choronological order, as I wanted to get everything unpacked and into some sense of order before Panacea and her family showed up for their visit with us, so I just made sure they were rightside up and in the proper place as far as alphabetizing by bands goes. I still had to apologize to Pan though when she went over by the CD holder for not having gotten them in chronological order yet. Don't worry though; it should be done tomorrow.
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Post by Sir Myghin » Tue Aug 23, 2005 8:37 pm

my subdivisions album is missing the first 1/4 -3/8 of an inch of the top on the back panel lol (bought like that)

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Post by CygnusX1 » Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:37 am

LOVED the remake/remaster of "Passage to Bangkok" on "Chronicles"

SO tasty and different from the original....Professor gets LOTS of chinese-wood-block fills in there....listen to it sometime!
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Post by Soup4Rush » Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:39 am

last night I was at Meijer and saw a new CD from Rush called Gold. It was a greatest hits sorta thing, I just do not remember hearing anything about hit :?
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Post by CygnusX1 » Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:44 am

Soup4Rush wrote:last night I was at Meijer and saw a new CD from Rush called Gold. It was a greatest hits sorta thing, I just do not remember hearing anything about hit :?
Soup....how many "Greatest Hits" were on it? I might check that janx out!
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Post by Soup4Rush » Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:45 am

it was a double CD, it covered through Hold Your Fire in pretty good detail too.
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Post by CygnusX1 » Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:48 am

I dunno man....sounds like a rehash of "Chronicles" :shock:
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Post by Soup4Rush » Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:07 am

thats what it looked like, it was only $14.. nice cover art too. Here is the track list I found on power windows

Disk 1:
The Spirit of Radio (4:57)
The Trees (4:41)
Freewill (5:23)
Xanadu (11:05)
Bastille Day (4:37)
By-Tor and the Snowdog (8:37)
Anthem (4:21)
Closer To The Heart (2:53)
2112 Overture (4:32)
Temples of Syrinx (2:13)
La Villa Strangiato (instrumental 9.34)
Fly By Night (3:21)
Finding My Way (5:08)
Working Man (7:12)
Disk 2:
The Big Money (5.35)
Red Barchetta (6.09)
Subdivisions (5.33)
Time Stand Still (5.09)
Mystic Rhythms (5.53)
The Analog Kid (4.47)
Distant Early Warning (4.57)
Marathon (6.09)
The Body Electric (5.00)
Mission (5.16)
Limelight (4.19)
Red Sector A (5.09)
New World Man (3.42)
Tom Sawyer (4.33)
Force Ten (4.31)
Geddy Lee - Bass Guitars/Bass Pedals/Synthesizers/Vocals
Alex Lifeson - Electric And Accoustic Guitars/Synthesizers
Neil Peart - Drums, Percussion, Electronic Percussion (Tracks 1-12, 15-29)
John Rutsey - Drums (Track 13 & 14)

Additional Musicians:
Jim Burgess - Synthesizer Prorgamming
Aimee Man - Vocals (Track 18)
Andy Richards - Keyboards/Synthesizer Programming

Mercury/Anthem, April 25, 2006
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Post by CygnusX1 » Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:17 am

Soup4Rush wrote:thats what it looked like, it was only $14.. nice cover art too. Here is the track list I found on power windows

Disk 1:
The Spirit of Radio (4:57)
The Trees (4:41)
Freewill (5:23)
Xanadu (11:05)
Bastille Day (4:37)
By-Tor and the Snowdog (8:37)
Anthem (4:21)
Closer To The Heart (2:53)
2112 Overture (4:32)
Temples of Syrinx (2:13)
La Villa Strangiato (instrumental 9.34)
Fly By Night (3:21)
Finding My Way (5:08)
Working Man (7:12)
Disk 2:
The Big Money (5.35)
Red Barchetta (6.09)
Subdivisions (5.33)
Time Stand Still (5.09)
Mystic Rhythms (5.53)
The Analog Kid (4.47)
Distant Early Warning (4.57)
Marathon (6.09)
The Body Electric (5.00)
Mission (5.16)
Limelight (4.19)
Red Sector A (5.09)
New World Man (3.42)
Tom Sawyer (4.33)
Force Ten (4.31)
Geddy Lee - Bass Guitars/Bass Pedals/Synthesizers/Vocals
Alex Lifeson - Electric And Accoustic Guitars/Synthesizers
Neil Peart - Drums, Percussion, Electronic Percussion (Tracks 1-12, 15-29)
John Rutsey - Drums (Track 13 & 14)

Additional Musicians:
Jim Burgess - Synthesizer Prorgamming
Aimee Man - Vocals (Track 18)
Andy Richards - Keyboards/Synthesizer Programming

Mercury/Anthem, April 25, 2006
dude...throw 'Bangkok" in there and DAMNED if that doesn't look JUST LIKE disc 1 and 2 of Chronicles!
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