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Working Men

by Rush

Working Men by Rush

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Working Men

by Rush

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Label: Atlantic Records
This is one strange bird, but a hard-rocking one nevertheless. Has a band, much less a prog power trio from Canada, ever put out a collection of live tracks culled from previously released live albums? Working Men seems like a first (though kindly contact us if we're wrong). What's amazing about this album is how the newer jams are just as heavy and intense and laser-guided perfecto as the older ones. In other words, Rush has aged really, really well, much better than Stephen Stills. Zing!

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This is one strange bird, but a hard-rocking one nevertheless. Has a band, much less a prog power trio from Canada, ever put out a collection of live tracks culled from previously released live albums? Working Men seems like a first (though kindly contact us if we're wrong). What's amazing about this album is how the newer jams are just as heavy and intense and laser-guided perfecto as the older ones. In other words, Rush has aged really, really well, much better than Stephen Stills. Zing!

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About This Album

This is one strange bird, but a hard-rocking one nevertheless. Has a band, much less a prog power trio from Canada, ever put out a collection of live tracks culled from previously released live albums? Working Men seems like a first (though kindly contact us if we're wrong). What's amazing about this album is how the newer jams are just as heavy and intense and laser-guided perfecto as the older ones. In other words, Rush has aged really, really well, much better than Stephen Stills. Zing!