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Rush Grace Under Pressure
Grace Under Pressure
is one of RUSH'S more interesting albums. Songs like "Distant Early Warning", and "Red Sector A" are about The Holocuast, (Red Sector A) and Nuclear warfare, leading to a nuclear holocuast, (Distant Early Warning). "The Enemy Within" is Part l of the "Fear" series.* This is one of the band's more recognized albums, and pushed them even further into the synthesizer, and electronic period.




Track ListingEdit

  1. Distant Early Warning
  2. Afterimage
  3. Red Sector A
  4. The Enemy Within (Part l of "Fear")
  5. The Body Electric
  6. Kid Gloves
  7. Red Lenses
  8. Between The Wheels


NotesEdit

  • Red Sector A, like l said earlier, is based on The Holocuast, but it also is based on Lee's mother's storys about being in the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp during WWll
  • It made position 10 in the Billboard top 200 (North America).
  • The supporting tour was called State of Grace.
  • This was the start of the band doing their albums alone after they, "moved on" when they left their former producer Terry Brown.
  • As a way of comemerating Brown, in the liner notes of the words Grace Under Pressure they wrote in French: "et toujours notre bon vieil ami - Broon", which translates to, "and always our good old friend,".
  • The music video for Distant Early Warning stared Lee's son Julian and many people today still don't understand the concept of the video.
Rush - Distant Early Warning (HQ)05:01

Rush - Distant Early Warning (HQ)

Distant Early Warning Music Video

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