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Catalog Number: 810-002
|2.||The Analog Kid||4:47|
|6.||New World Man||3:42|
|Total Running Time:||42:24|
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|From: koogles||Date: May 27, 2003 at 0:43|
|A darker album than "Pictures" but no less satisfying... "Subdivisions" is of course a classic with its cold, rigid synth and alienation theme. I love this album because it's so damn DIGITAL! The cold keys reflects the cold feeling of isolation that many Rush fans must have felt. Rock's equivalent of being a Trekkie I suppose.|
|From: Rocker76||Date: June 26, 2003 at 12:12|
|A classic Rush album/sound. Subdivisions, Losing It, and The Weapon are awesome tunes - as soon as you hear the opening notes you know who you are listening to and what era it came from. Long live Rush!|
|From: ED||Date: October 14, 2003 at 16:21|
|I agree with both of you. SUBDIVISIONS is another one of RUSH's classics!|
|From: Rycheage||Date: November 30, 2003 at 22:03|
|An awesome release from Rush. "Subdivisions" and "New World Man" are very synth-driven which in my opinion does not take away from the punch of the songs. They are as hard hitting as any hard Rush track due to the cold lyrics which are true of most suburban life in 1982. "The Analog Kid" and "Losing It" are gems. A must buy for any Rush fan or any prog fan in general.|
|From: Blaine||Date: February 2, 2004 at 22:55|
|This is the album that got me into RUSH back in 1983. Smart lyrics!!! The drums on "Chemistry" remind me of a song called "Mental Hopscotch" by one of my favorite New Wave Bands, Missing Persons. I had every RUSH album before Signals. After that, I couldn't get into their music. Sorry.|
|From: NEGUS MX||Date: April 22, 2004 at 19:53|
|This is a good Rush work. "Chemistry" bass line impressed me twenty years ago and keeps on doing it. "Analog kid" is like a self portrait.|
|From: Big Papa K||Date: June 28, 2004 at 16:32|
|Rush changes sounds again, going new wave with Lee's synthesizers taking over as the main musical instrument here. They still turn out some pretty good songs and some of the best lyrics of their career. After this album, be careful though. 7/10|
|From: Propane||Date: December 3, 2004 at 11:53|
|This one disappointed me the first time I heard it. I thought the band were giving in to the new wave crap. I didn't like this one as well but was willing to wait and see if they would be future sellouts.|
|From: Remastered Reason||Date: February 18, 2009 at 4:01|
|Havn't listened to this much over the years but when i do, it gets me every time, no mater how hard i try to resist. It flows so easily from beginnging to end. Almost too easily though. Today, when i put this disc in my player & hit play, some 25 minutes later in the middle of "The Weapon", it hit me like a ton of bricks. The tranquilizing effect kicked in again. After the hard hitting relase of "Moving Pictures", this album was a definite yawner & still is to this day.|
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