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Artist: Rush

Title: Fly By Night

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Category: Prog Rock

Year: 1975

Label: Mercury Records

Catalog Number: 314-534-624


Geddy Lee lead vocals, bass, classical guitars
Alex Lifeson guitars, vocals
Neil Peart drums, percussion


1.  Anthem  4:21
2.  Best I Can  3:25
3.  Beneath,Between and Behind  3:01
4.  By-Tor and the Snow Dog  8:37
5.  Fly By Night  3:21
6.  Making Memories  2:57
7.  Rivendell  4:57
8.  In the End  6:46
Total Running Time:  37:25

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From: koogles Date: April 18, 2003 at 12:23
With the addition of Neil Peart, this is the first real Rush album. The primal screech of Geddy Lee is still a bit annoying at times, but, with this release, Rush are definitely on their way with lunches packed.

From: Knuckles Date: June 13, 2003 at 12:36
3 albums deep and still pumping them out.There are some real killer tunes on this one.My fav's are Best I can,By-Tor.

From: Brian Mc Date: September 28, 2003 at 14:43
Rush already made their musical point with the debut lp "Rush". "Fly By Night" is no different musically. Lee & Lifeson wrote the music. Peart added his unique style on drums. But the real upgrade was in the production. With Mercury allowing more money, and tight as a wet knot from extensive touring, the band go in the studio to write & record "FBN". This is where the Rush 'sound' began. "Rush" is where the music 'magic' was forged! A total package elevation on their sophomore offering.

From: Rycheage Date: July 25, 2004 at 21:43
The magic of the prog masters is evident on 'Fly By Night'. The title track, "By-Tor And The Snow Dog", "Anthem" and "Best I Can" are water markers of what is to come. Like Brian said, extremely tight from the touring and more money being pumped into the Rush machine, 'Fly By Night' became the classic that it is. First release for Neil Peart, and the difference in sound is evident. Great stuff.

From: Propane Date: December 3, 2004 at 11:23
Etching out their sound shines brightly on this one, Musicianship is getting extroardinary and reaching apex of perfection.

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