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Feedback on Vinyl

Post by D'Anconia » Fri Jul 30, 2004 11:45 pm

For those purists out there Rush Backstage has Feedback available for sale on vinyl. I placed my order.

Does anyone know if Roll the Bones, Counterparts, or Test For Echo were ever released on vinyl?
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Post by Ogg » Sat Jul 31, 2004 3:59 pm

Vinyl, vinyl? I havent bought an album on vinyl since the Soundgarden classic 'Badmotorfinger' , I think that was 91, not long after bying RTB's :-) .
I still have several hundred albums stacked away in the attic. I dont even own a record deck anymore. Sad isnt it? I kinda miss the gatefold sleeves, the amazing artwork. The advent of cd's killed cover artwork in my opinion.
As far as Rush on vinyl? The last Rush on vinyl I ever bought was 'RTBones', so that answers one of your questions.
'Feedback' on vinyl would be cool. No extra track(s) I presume?
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Post by awip2062 » Sun Aug 01, 2004 5:46 pm

I know a guy who geds all the Rush he can, vinyl and otherwise. Let me ask him, he may know.
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Post by Scottish Lad » Tue Aug 03, 2004 4:21 pm

I can answer this one.

Roll The Bones, Counterparts and Vapor Trails have all been released on vinyl and Feedback obviously.

I have all of them on vinyl. The VT vinyl is actually 2 LPs.

Test For Echo, Retrospectives 1 + 2, Different Stages, The Spirit Of Radio and Rush In Rio have not been released on LP vinyl.

I thought T4E could've been released as it doesn't make sense that it's the only Rush studio album not to make it to vinyl. :(
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Post by D'Anconia » Tue Aug 03, 2004 7:55 pm

Scottish Lad wrote:I can answer this one.

Roll The Bones, Counterparts and Vapor Trails have all been released on vinyl and Feedback obviously.

I have all of them on vinyl. The VT vinyl is actually 2 LPs.

Test For Echo, Retrospectives 1 + 2, Different Stages, The Spirit Of Radio and Rush In Rio have not been released on LP vinyl.

I thought T4E could've been released as it doesn't make sense that it's the only Rush studio album not to make it to vinyl. :(
Thanks, Laddie! Any idea where one can find RTB and Counterparts on vinyl?
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Post by ElfDude » Wed Aug 04, 2004 7:16 am

I too have a lot of old LP's that I know I'll never be able to replace with CD's. Consequently I have to keep a working turntable on my stereo. I loved the big album covers and all the artwork, but I still would much rather have a CD than an LP. Sound is everything. :cool:

I still haven't bought Feedback. I guess I really ougth to someday soon...
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Post by Scottish Lad » Wed Aug 04, 2004 7:44 am

D'Anconia wrote:
Scottish Lad wrote:I can answer this one.

Roll The Bones, Counterparts and Vapor Trails have all been released on vinyl and Feedback obviously.

I have all of them on vinyl. The VT vinyl is actually 2 LPs.

Test For Echo, Retrospectives 1 + 2, Different Stages, The Spirit Of Radio and Rush In Rio have not been released on LP vinyl.

I thought T4E could've been released as it doesn't make sense that it's the only Rush studio album not to make it to vinyl. :(
Thanks, Laddie! Any idea where one can find RTB and Counterparts on vinyl?
Hi, I'm not sure where in USA you'll get these on vinyl. You may be able to get them on Ebay. I was very lucky in finding Roll The Bones and Counterparts in the same record shop for ?9.99 each.
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Post by awip2062 » Wed Aug 04, 2004 9:04 am

Scottish Lad! LOL! You are just the man I meant. Thanks for helping us out here. :cheers: [-(
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Post by psupower » Wed Aug 04, 2004 9:20 am

Speaking of records, went to a record store for shits and giggles about a month ago and ended up buying caress of steel, 2112, fly by night, all the worlds a stage, rush archives and hemispheres...

I bought every darn rush record they had " the ones listed above were the only ones they had " and these records are in pretty good shape, granted they are used..They were pretty cheap also :razz:


I also bought Close TO The Edge and Relayer by Yes..


Now I need to find a record player :roll:
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Post by H3WMW » Wed Aug 04, 2004 2:49 pm

AHHH, it's good to be back to my old name.

Thanks Bytor.

I'm the guy to speak to regarding vinyl. I have got lots of Rush on vinyl so if you're not sure if you can get it, I'll find out for you if I don't know.
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Yay! Liam got his old name back!
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awip2062 wrote:Yay! Liam got his old name back!
Indeed!!!

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Post by Soup4Rush » Thu Aug 05, 2004 1:05 pm

ElfDude wrote:I too have a lot of old LP's that I know I'll never be able to replace with CD's. Consequently I have to keep a working turntable on my stereo. I loved the big album covers and all the artwork, but I still would much rather have a CD than an LP. Sound is everything. :cool:

I still haven't bought Feedback. I guess I really ougth to someday soon...

Memo to Elf Dude, turn off Foxnews tonight and go out and buy Feedback. It rocks... I don't care what anyone says. It is great and I like Rushs' version of these songs better than the originals. I am biased of course...
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Post by H3WMW » Sat Aug 07, 2004 5:27 am

Soup4Rush wrote:
ElfDude wrote:I too have a lot of old LP's that I know I'll never be able to replace with CD's. Consequently I have to keep a working turntable on my stereo. I loved the big album covers and all the artwork, but I still would much rather have a CD than an LP. Sound is everything. :cool:

I still haven't bought Feedback. I guess I really ougth to someday soon...

Memo to Elf Dude, turn off Foxnews tonight and go out and buy Feedback. It rocks... I don't care what anyone says. It is great and I like Rushs' version of these songs better than the originals. I am biased of course...
Aren't we all?? :-D
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