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  • CD (2 mars 2009)
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  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN : B001PSQFYG
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HASH(0x94506da4) étoiles sur 5 4 Reasons 3 mars 2009
Par Scott Harris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
There are 4 reasons to buy Rush's latest compilation album:

1) You don't have one or several of these albums, don't want to buy the whole album, but want some songs from one or more of them.
2) One Little Victory - remixed
3) Earthshine - remixed
4) Ghost of a Chance - Live

If your reason is 1) above, you won't be disappointed with this album. This is a solid selection of tunes from Rush's Atlantic years. I might have a few quibbles about choices and absences - Test for Echo, over Driven any day of the week - but overall this is a good compilation.

More significant is the inclusion of two songs from what I consider to be Rush's best album from the Atlantic years (and their best since Signals), Vapor Trails. Vapor Trails generated a lot of buzz at its release, not only because it was the first all-guitar Rush album in many years, but also because of its very disappointing sound quality. After its release, internet commentators proceeded to conduct an audio autopsy on the album, lamenting its sonic distortion and frequent "clipping", and declaring it yet another victim of the "loudness wars" that pervaded and continue to pervade the mainstream rock recording industry (see Wikipedia for an excellent article on them). Almost everyone, however, praised the music itself. The two songs included here are some of the strongest on the record, though there are many to choose from, not the least of which are Peaceable Kingdom, Secret Touch, Sweet Miracle, Ghost Rider and Vapor Trail.

For this compilation, Rush enlisted the services of Richard Chycki (engineer on Snakes and Arrows) to remix the aforementioned tracks on Vapor Trails. It's possible that he may have remixed the whole album, though that has not yet been confirmed or denied by the band. Nevertheless, it's clear Chycki has done an awesome job with these two songs at least. The difference between the originals and the remixes is astonishing. Harsh compression and brick-wall limiting likely introduced during the original mix and/or mastering process is now gone. Vocals are clear. Neil's low toms and bass drums resonate in a clean and full manner. Guitars and bass are more defined and audibly clearer. The overall sonic picture has much more "air" around the sound - Earthshine sounds almost like a different song - and may have been retouched slightly in some places even beyond what would go into making simply a non-distorted remix.

If this is how all of Vapor Trails will sound when remixed, Rush and Atlantic should release the new version immediately - it will confirm VT as one of the top 3 albums Rush has ever made. This album will clearly rival their most recent release - Snakes and Arrows - both musically and sonically.

Finally, the live version of "Ghost of a Chance" from the Roll The Bones album is obviously from one of those "on" performances. The vocals, the ad-lib drum and guitar fills, and the energy from what was clearly a great live performance are readily apparent. Drawn from the Roll The Bones tour, the production and recording balance is really good and rivals the recent R30 and Snakes and Arrows live albums.

Don't hesitate - go buy it.
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HASH(0x945264b0) étoiles sur 5 A Good Collection of Rush Songs 3 mars 2009
Par R. Short - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It's nice to finally see a Rush compilation of their years with Atlantic Records and one that does not include the usual standards. Now are the Atlantic songs as good as the material the band did in their earlier Mercury years? Honestly, no. But that's not to say there aren't some classics including, "Dreamline", "Far Cry", and "Animate." The live version of "Ghost of a Chance" is a good listen, especially the little jam at the end. The big treat here is the remixed versions of "One Little Victory" and "Earthshine". Many of you will agree that Vapor Trails is the worst sounding album Rush has every released and the new versions sound a lot better.

As for the DVD, I never have viewed music videos as the band's strong point. Rush is a band to be enjoyed on the stage, not on MTV. But still, the videos are a nice far collectors.
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HASH(0x948590fc) étoiles sur 5 An Open Letter To Rush 4 mars 2009
Par C. Saylor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I just downloaded the remixes of One Little Victory and Earthshine and discovered there were actually SONGS there. Yep, I heard Alex's acoustic guitars, Neil's cymbals and bass drum, clean bass guitar parts, Ged's awesome vocals -- all there without being crushed! They're totally different songs!
I've been a Rush geek for about 20 years now and have never been disappointed with a record until Vapor Trails. Not the playing or the lyrics, but the way the album was mixed/mastered/whatever flat out sucked. I thought I bought a bad copy and actually went out and bought another one.
Alex, while you and the boys take a well deserved break, for the love of Jesus, Joseph and Mary, grab Rich Chycki and remix the rest of Vapor Trails. Do it for the fans and the band and do it because the record deserves better.
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HASH(0x9450fa2c) étoiles sur 5 If nothing else, buy it just for the remixes. Wow. 8 mars 2009
Par Dreamer1999 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I got this mainly for the remixes or One Little Victory and Earthshine. As others have pointed out, Rich Chycki is a mixing/engineering genius, and they need to have him remix the entire Vapor Trails album. I liked the songs on VT but the mix was the worst I have ever heard. Way to much compression. Now I can hear all of the instruments and instead of 10 Geddy Vocals mixed together it's more like 3 or 4. The bass lines and drums really jump out as well.

The videos are interesting, as I have never seen some of them. The Colbert interview / performance is great as well. Overall, a nice collection.

Mostly though, just enjoy the remixes, because truly, they sound like new songs!
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HASH(0x9459e24c) étoiles sur 5 Excellent companion to Rush Retrospectives 1 and 2 and bring on Vapor Trails remix album 6 mars 2009
Par Terrence J. Reardon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Rush's brand new CD/DVD set Rush Retrospective 3 is a must for all Rush fans.
This retrospective covers the band's 19 years they spent at Atlantic Records and shows bass player/keyboard player/singer Geddy Lee, guitarist Alex Lifeson and drummer/lyricist Neil Peart maturing their sound and go back to the basic guitar/drums/bass format over the material.
This retrospective is a great companion piece to the group's 2006 Mercury years retrospective Rush Gold (which was the re-release of Retrospectives I and II in one 2-CD set).
The CD on Retrospective 3 covers many of the band's great tracks from their Atlantic Records period.
The band's 1989 Top 20 Atlantic debut Presto is represented by the title cut (which was a huge rock radio hit) and the band's classic anti-suicide masterpiece called "The Pass" (another rock radio smash and a concert staple).
The band's first US Top 5 album since 1981's Moving Pictures which was 1991's Roll the Bones is represented by that album's infamous title cut, "Dreamline", "Bravado" and a live version of "Ghost of a Chance" (which was recorded in 2008 and included on the band's phenomenal Snakes and Arrows Live DVD). Obvious choices for representing the band's biggest selling album in the Atlantic period.
The band's third Atlantic album (and their highest charting album), 1993's Counterparts is represented by the rock radio hit "Nobody's Hero", "Animate" and the Grammy nominated instrumental "Leave That Thing Alone" (which lost to Pink Floyd's "Marooned"). Some question why "Stick It Out" is missing on CD.
The band's third consecutive Top 5 effort, 1996's Test For Echo is represented by "Driven". The album's biggest hit which was its title track is somehow left off, God knows why.
The band's first album in six years which was 2002's controversial Vapor Trails (which peaked at #6) is represented by two new remixes of "One Little Victory" and "Earthshine". These new mixes trump the original muddy mixes by a longshot. Alex, get Richard Chycki to remix the rest of VT (great record but sonically the worst Rush album ever). I hear lead guitar that was mixed out of "One Little Victory" and acoustic guitar on "Earthshine". We need a remix out soon of that album which was Rush's worst sounding album ever from a mixing and sonic point of view.
The band's 2007 effort Snakes and Arrows (which debuted at #3) is represented nicely here by the album's big hit "Far Cry" and the excellent "Working Them Angels".
The DVD covers most of the videos from the 1989-2008 timeframe (sans "Closer to the Heart" from 1998's live Different Stages album).
All three videos from 1989's Presto is here which are "Show Don't Tell" (somehow not on CD of this collection but a big rock radio hit and an MTV staple in late 1989), the aforementioned "The Pass" and "Superconductor".
The title track to 1991's Roll The Bones is featured and is a great clip (though some fans cringe at hearing the track but I've loved the video the moment MTV aired it in 1991).
Both videos from 1993's Counterparts is featured with the classic "Stick It Out" (somehow not on CD of this collection and I saw this video many times on MTV in late 1993) and "Nobody's Hero" (not ever aired on MTV to my knowledge).
The videos from 1996's Test For Echo are featured which were "Half the World" (which I saw on VH1 Classic once) and the excellent and unique clip for "Driven".
Then two videos from Snakes and Arrows which are for "Far Cry" and "Malignant Narcissisim" and both are great clips.
We then have "The Seeker" and "Resist" both available on R30 and an outtake from that show which was the excellent "Secret Touch".
We finish with the band's first US TV appearance in many a moons with a performance of "Tom Sawyer" and interview from Comedy Central's The Colbert Report.
There you have it, Rush Retrospective 3 in summation.
This is a great compilation album. If you want a good overview to Rush, buy this plus Rush Gold and the Chronicles DVD together to get THE DEFINITIVE RUSH overview.
RECOMMENDED!
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