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  • CD (2 septembre 1996)
  • Date de sortie d'origine: 19 septembre 1996
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  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN : B000002JAI
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9 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par olivier le 23 mai 2004
Format: CD
Cet album est une référence en terme de son et de jeu! Les compos sont variées, souvent puissantes et les textes toujours aussi personnels de neal peart changent agréablement des poncifs du prog. Mes morceaux préférés sont test for echo, driven et time and motion, mais ils sont tous trés bons.
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0 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Goupil le 5 septembre 2013
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Voici un album tres bien concu enfin je me demande si Rush peut decevoir, moi ca me boost de les entendre
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I hope this is not the last testament of Rush... 24 décembre 1999
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Format: CD
Almost everyone who hears a new Rush studio album in the 90's refers to it as "the best since Moving Pictures". Although that may be true, I feel that is an unfair statement, because it dismisses all of the work they released in between, many of which were fine works (Roll The Bones, Presto, Grace Under Pressure, and Signals[still my favorite]), as irrelevant in the continuing evolution of this band. Rush has always used a "clean slate" approach with each new project, creating work that is true to their convictions, and in tune with the times. If they had stood pat and attempted to recreate "Moving Pictures" every time they returned to the studio, they would have disappeared like so many other bands that came along, had their 15 minutes of fame, then faded into oblivion.Back to the subject at hand. Test For Echo, while not Rush's greatest work, is still a very solid offering. It continues the more organic musical approach evident during the Counterparts sessions.The use of an American mixing enginneer (Andy Wallace) gives this record a more "alternative" sound, dirtier and less processed. Alex Lifeson's guitars are much more dominant in the mix and have a rawer sound. Geddy Lee's bass work, while it has always been stellar, has reached a new dimension with his experimentations with dropped tunings. And Neil Peart, drummer extraordinare, is excellent, as always. The work he invested in the reinvention of his style definitely paid off. He really grooves here, more than ever before, and his fills are more creative than ever. Let's hope this is not the last testament from Neil (or the band, for that matter) and pray that he finds the inner strength to begin again after the tragedies he has been dealt. For us who have recognized how talented these three musicians really are, it would be tragic for us to have this album become their "swan song".Standout tracks here: The title track, "Driven" and "Virtuality", two of their heaviest songs in the past 15-20 years, "Half The World" (which should have garnered more attention as a single), "Resist", a moving ballad which for me conjures memories of "Losing It" (from Signals), and "Time And Motion", a song that proves Rush can still display their prog-rock chops and do it within the parameters of a five minute song. Great time signature shifts within this song, tasteful Peart fills, and a killer Lifeson riff.If this is your first Rush purchase, do not make it your last. There are many other works of theirs that I recommend for you: Counterparts, because it is a good companion piece to this that defines Rush's sound for the 90's. For those who like what they hear on Test For Echo, and want something from the 80's in their collection, Permanent Waves, Moving Pictures, and Signals are musts. The music is more complex on these discs, but contain songs that will never leave the radio.Grace Under Pressure is an album you might want to check out if you want to own the one that seems to be the bridge between "heavy" Rush and "light" Rush. Even with the heavier reliance on keyboards and electronic percussion, there is still some great Lifeson guitar work on here. Then if you want to check out Rush at their prog-rock finest (the late 70's), start with either A Farewell To Kings or Hemispheres. If you then want a representation of Rush live, go straight to the latest, Different Stages. Skip the other live sets, for they do not truly sound "live", plus the third disc here (from '78) is a true gem.I hope that Test For Echo is not the last testament of Rush. For the music world, it would be tragic if it came to be.
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This album is NOT like "Counterparts" 4 septembre 2004
Par ven69 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While I have little to add to the spot-on sentiments expressed by the first reviewer of this item (the one who aptly referred to the album as "very peculiar"), I have to strongly disagree with the suggestion that Test For Echo is similar to Counterparts, or that you'll enjoy the former if you like the latter. Not by a longshot! Counterparts is a strong album, both musically and lyrically, and is one of my favorite Rush offerings. TFE, on the other hand, lands somewhere near the bottom of my list, with forgettable tunes and lyrics that don't quite jell. It's not a terrible album, and it certainly contains elements that (weakly) attempt to emulate Counterparts...but Counterparts it ain't. And unfortunately, time and repeated listens have done little to change my opinion.
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Like Counterparts, but more musically explorative 6 novembre 2003
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Test For Echo(1996). Rush's sixteenth studio album.
Starting in the early 90s, Rush opted to change themselves into more of a modern hardrock sound dominated by Alex's chugging guitar riffs. This started with Counterparts(1993) and continues to evolve even further with this release. Peter Collins returns to produce again, giving T4E a very polished sound, though not as slick as in past releases (he also collaborated with Rush for Power Windows(1985), Hold Your Fire(1987), and Counterparts). In T4E, the keyboards are used for the last time and have been pushed so far into the background that they're barely audible, concentrating specifically on the guitars.
In hindsight, this album bears many strengths as well as some weaknesses. T4E shares the exact same flaws as Counterparts: certain songs shine very well while others just fall flat. It has its fair share of filler material, which caused both albums to degrade a little bit. However, T4E is far too underrated by most all Rush fans, often called their worst album. I highly disagree. While it's certainly no classic, T4E is much better than what people give it credit for. For instance, unlike Counterparts, T4E is a lot more creative in the musicianship department. Here is where Alex begins to explore guitar textures (something that will be MUCH more employed on the next album, Vapor Trails(2002)). It sacrifices catchy hooks that normally define Rush's music in favor of a deeper method of expression. Arguably, T4E is the most progressive album the band has put out since Hold Your Fire.
T4E's theme is communication, or rather connection through different types of communication. Peart's lyrical ability is still in a bit of a slump right now, though there are some songs where the lack of subtlety is intentional. I know that many people can interpret what each song means far better than I can, but I will provide a brief explanation of the tracks, so please bear with me. Here's the breakdown track-by-track:
1) Test For Echo- The title track is a very melodic rocker about what goes on through the television. Though this is the title track, it's clearly one of the standout tracks of the album, and serves as an excellent opener. 10/10
2) Driven- A very driving (pardon the pun) waltzy rocker which touches on the subject of forces controlling a person in life, when all they really want is to just be able to overcome these forces. Another winner, and very different from anything Rush has ever done before. 10/10
3) Half The World- Musically, this track is a bit ordinary when compared to Rush's other material. Lyrically, it's about opposing views of the world. It's done in the exact same style as an earlier Rush song 'Big Money', though of course the two do sound completely different. 8/10
4) Color Of Right- Another fairly ordinary track which does nothing progressive at all. It's about seeing what is right through the roughness of things. Not bad but not anything that stands out. 8/10
5) Time And Motion- A very interesting psuedo-prog song played on a minor scale. Has to do with fitting all that you can in the little time you have. Keyboards can be heard in certain places which gives it a melodic undertone. 9/10
6) Totem- Starts out kind of bland, but it gets more interesting towards the end. It's about the figurative qualities of what goes on through looking at a totem pole full of history. Bears sort of a resemblance to the Presto song 'War Paint'. 8/10
7) Dog Years- This song is a plodding rocker which shows another one of Neil's takes on aging. Unlike 'Time Stand Still' which is more serious, this track looks at aging in a more humorous light by comparing our age to, you guessed it, dog years. Not bad. 9/10
8) Virtuality- Certainly one of the heaviest tracks on the album, this song is about conveying emotion through the internet. Parts of the instrumentation harken all the way back to the days of 'A Farewell To Kings'. Very cool. 10/10
9) Resist- Sort of the album's moody ballad. This one's a very heart throbbing melodic piece which has rightfully become a live staple. It's about adjusting to different aspects of life while ignoring other aspects. A masterpiece. 10/10
10) Limbo- This instrumental is not as catchy as some of the previous instrumentals found on other albums, but it's very long and serves as a great combination of guitars and keyboards. Here's where the guitar textures are really explored. Listen closely and you can pick them out. Geddy also throws in a vocal part similar to what he did in the beginning of '2112'. 10/10
11) Carve Away The Stone- A rocker which is about getting rid of past misfortunes and moving on in life. Nothing here that really stands out, but not bad at all either. 8/10
After T4E, the band waited 6 long years to release another album because of a horrible tragedy that befell Neil Peart, whose daughter and wife both died in the same year (God rest their souls). So therefore time was needed for him to recover. While T4E is nothing essential added on to the Rush legacy, it is worth listening to if you want music that requires you to pay close attention to it. It might take some a while to get into it, but eventually it will catch on if you give it a chance. Contrarily, I was pleasantly surprised when I first heard it because so many people didn't like T4E. Whenever I stumble upon an album that nobody likes, it immediately sets off my B.S. detector and I have to check it out. Oftentimes I end up finding a hidden gem, and T4E is no exception. RECOMMENDED ONLY TO THE BIGGER RUSH FANS. BUY EVERYTHING FROM '2112' UP TO 'PRESTO' FIRST, THEN GO GET T4E.
19 internautes sur 24 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Underrated Rush Disc 6 janvier 2005
Par Samhot - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Rush has much to be admired for. They still continue to make progressive rock, evolving and growing with each release.

This album seems to flow in a hard-edged, straightforward fashion, yet there are still complex arrangements, particularly Alex Lifeson's guitar parts.

The title track starts off things in a somber, yet energetic way. "Driven" is one of my favorite Rush tracks featuring heavy riffs and catchy chorus'. As usual, Neil Peart's lyrics never disappoint. "Half The World" is one of the most melodic tracks on here, giving this track, as well as many on the album a "worldly" sound to match the "aiming for higher horizons" artwork. "The Color Of Right" is probably the most pop oriented on here. "Time And Motion" is dark, aggressive and complex, featuring a rhythm in 10/8, and bringing reminiscence to such Rush-influenced progressive metal bands as King's X and Tool.

"Totem," while airy/ethereal, is also catchy. "Dog Years," despite the corny title, is one of the hardest rocking tunes on here. The lyrics as usual ARE thought-provoking ("Dog Years/For Every Sad Son of A.....) seem to ring true. "Virtuality" is a funky hard rocker, reminding me of Living Colour. The lyrics I find rather charming, which are about the internet experience (communication without faces or voices). "Resist" is very poignant, deep and arguably the most impressive in terms of combining lyrics and music. Geddy Lee's vocals are very moving (I'm not joking!). "Limbo" is an instrumental in the Rush tradition. It starts with water drops followed by Geddy Lee's funky bass playing. From there, it becomes hard rocking. Once again, reminding me of Living Colour. Also, check out Geddy's echoing voice. "Carve Away The Stone" ends the album perfectly with some complex arrangements, poignant guitar/vocal harmonics and great lyrics.

Overall, Rush continues to progress in their long career, and this is another jewel in the Rush anthology.
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Vintage Rush 2 mai 2006
Par Jeffrey T. Munson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've been a Rush fan for many years, and I listened to this CD for the first time in a couple of years recently, and I had forgotten how good it was. Geddy Lee, Neal Peart, and Alex Lifeson continue their fine tradition of being one of Rock's top power trios, and their chemistry which has been forged over many years shines through on this CD.

Peart's lyrics, along with Lee and Lifeson's music, once again combine perfectly to form a more complex sound which Rush began to porduce in the late 80s and early 90s. This CD has a great compilation of songs which will surely please the listener. There are some up-tempo tracks as well as some more "thinking person" type music. Regardless of which song the listener chooses, Geddy Lee's voice, Alex Lifeson's guitar, and Neal Peart's drums bring life to it as no other group could. My only disappointment with this CD was the lack of keyboard playing by Geddy Lee. In previous Rush albums such as "Hold Your Fire" and "Presto", Lee's keyboards added another dimension to Rush's music. The keyboards are mysteriously absent from this CD. Regardless of the keyboard omission, this disc is still very good.

I give this disc my highest recommendation. Lee, Lifeson, and Peart have forged a chemistry over the years that few beands can match. This great CD is a perfect testament to their hard work. Listen to this disc and hear some truly great music.
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