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(That Eric Alper)   40 years ago today, Rush released their debut album. With thanks on behalf of all Canadians to 100.7 WMMS, here are 15 little-known facts about the record   ( divider line
    More: Cool, WMMS, Canadians, Working Man, John Rutsey, Mercury Records  
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2014-03-01 05:14:19 PM  
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A10Mechanic: Someone should set up a Rush-Haters support group for all you people.

Or as the rest of the world calls them: Women.

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2014-03-01 04:19:41 PM  
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Ishkur: Farty McPooPants: Did Rutsey stay a part of the band in some capacity?  He was the heart of it all in the beginning and it wasn't like he simply quit or had creative differences.  Anybody know?

That is interesting. Who knows what their career might have sounded like if the drummer didn't have an annoying tendency to overdrum every single farking thing.

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I actually know nothing about Rush, this image was just too good not to use
2014-03-01 03:37:38 PM  
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All I'm saying is this:  They're no Chilliwack.
2014-03-01 03:19:31 PM  
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PC LOAD LETTER: 16) It was pretentious and overblown?

3 of the most talented musicians ever. Some of their songs are great. Many are good. The rest, meh.

Peart wasn't on the first album.

And I had forgotten that their first costumes were designed by the chicks from Abba.
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