Arrangements by Rush and Peter Collins. Synthesizer programming assistance Andy Richards and Jim Burgess. Art Direction Hugh Syme. Awards US Billboard Music Videos. Inspired by Dr.
Buenos Nochus, Mein Froinds! To sleep, perchance to dream Strangiato theme; IV. A Lerxst in Wonderland; V. The Waltz of the Shreves; IX.
Never turn your back on a Monster! Reprise ; XI. Strangiato theme Reprise ; XII. A Farewell to Things. An instrumental based on dreams of Alex Lifeson. We work in nearly every one of them that I know of that's legitimate: all of the 5s, 7s, 9s, 11s, 13s, and combinations thereof. Inspired by crepuscular rays, also known as Jacob's ladder. Piano: Hugh Syme . Moving Pictures. Co-written by Pye Dubois. Foster . Inspired by the experience of being a touring musician.
Inspired by the language of electronics and computers. Stage Left. About growing up in the suburbs. About growing up in the age of analog. First time all three of members of the band collaborated on the lyrics. Fear: Part II. Billboard Hot highest charting single for the band 21; 30 Oct . Electric Violins: Ben Mink . Grace Under Pressure. In memory of Robbie Whelan a friend of the band who died in a car accident near the studio where the band recorded the album.
Addresses imprisonment in Nazi concentration camps. The last tour was a grind, and everybody had been going through some changes. Before Peter [Henderson, the producer of Grace Under Pressure] we had a couple of other people in mind we wanted to work with [namely, Steve Lillywhite , producer of U2 ], but things got screwed up along the way and there was a bit of a panic.
Song that uses alliteration regarding the word "red". Inspired by the U. Inspired by the Manhattan Project research and development project which produced the first atomic bombs. There's a self-admonition saying that life is long enough. You can do a lot, just don't burn yourself out too fast trying to do everything at once.
Inspired by New Territories in Hong Kong. Inspired by writer Sherwood Anderson and painter Paul Gauguin. Originally intended to be a ballad. Inspired by astrology. Vocals additional : Aimee Mann .
Eliot poem, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock. Articulates a moderating of Neil Peart's environmental goals over time according to his book Roadshow. Inspired by Aristotle and Plato. Inspired by the killer instinct found in humanity.
Scott Fitzgerald. It's a very busy bass part, and the vocal part doesn't really relate to it very much. Eventually I got it, but it took a lot of practice. Inspired by mankind's evolution from water-dwelling creatures.
Drum solo . Speaks to the friends of those who have committed suicide. Refers to cosmetic makeup and the psychological masks of youth. And music is an easy one, but it translates to so many other parts of life where it's a given that, for instance, the sense of smell is one of the strongest forces in your memory, where a given smell will suddenly conjure up a whole time of your life, and again, it triggers another scar, it triggers another psychological imprint that was left by a pleasurable thing And I really just liked the word.
The line That's Entertainment! Inspired by the phenomenon known as a Red tide. Inspired by the game Rock-paper-scissors. It's just a question of what instrument will be rewarding to play from a player's point of view Inspired by card games with a wild card option.
Inspired by the falling of the Berlin Wall. They waste away their lives in delusions, paranoia, aimless rage, and neuroses, and in the process they often make those around them miserable, too. Strained friendships, broken couples, warped children. I think they should all stop it. Those kinds of things are really fun and satisfying Addresses man's anima as defined by Carl Jung. It's a great riff song. I love playing it, and it's a very bass-heavy song, which always makes me happy.
I even throw Keith Richards in there. The voice in the beginning of the song is Alex Lifeson holding his nostrils closed, saying 'out of my nose'.
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Driven 5. Half the World 6. Red Barchetta 7. Animate 8. Limbo 9. The Trees Virtuality Nobody's Hero VCD 2 1. Closer to the Heart 2. Test for Echo 6. Freewill 7. Red Sector A 8. Roll the Bones VCD 3 1. Resist 2.
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