Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures

Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures

2112 (pronounced "twenty-one twelve") is the fourth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on April 1, 1976 by Anthem Records. After they rush the making of 2112 moving pictures finished touring their previous album, Caress of Steel, in early 1976, the band were in financial hardship due to the album's disappointing sales, unfavourable critical reception, and a decline in numbers at their shows. Their international label, Mercury Records, considered dropping them but granted Rush one more album following negotiations with their manager Ray Danniels.

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Moving Pictures linernotes and more from Power. - 2112 Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures
Moving Pictures linernotes and more from Power. - 2112 Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures

Red Barchetta by Rush - Song Meanings at Songfacts Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures
Red Barchetta by Rush - Song Meanings at Songfacts Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures

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The Rush Image Database - courtesy of t: A Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures

Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures Power Windows. A Tribute To RUSH
Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures Power Windows. A Tribute To RUSH

Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures The Rush Forum - Official Site
Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures The Rush Forum - Official Site

Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures 22 Of The Funniest Excuses People Have Used To
Rush the making of 2112 moving pictures 22 Of The Funniest Excuses People Have Used To

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