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Limited white colored vinyl. Moving Pictures, Rush's eighth studio album, was originally released on February 12, 1981, and it's adventurous yet accessible music catapulted the forward-thinking Canadian band to even newer heights as it began navigating the demands of a new decade. The album's seven songs expertly blended Rush's intrinsic prowess for channeling it's progressive roots into radio-friendly arrangements, a template the band had mastered to a T all throughout it's previous album, 1980's deservedly lauded Permanent Waves. Moving Pictures was also the second of many Rush recording sessions at Le Studio in Morin-Heights, Quebec, which was ultimately nicknamed the trio's own personal Abbey Road recording studio.
Limited white colored vinyl. Moving Pictures, Rush's eighth studio album, was originally released on February 12, 1981, and it's adventurous yet accessible music catapulted the forward-thinking Canadian band to even newer heights as it began navigating the demands of a new decade. The album's seven songs expertly blended Rush's intrinsic prowess for channeling it's progressive roots into radio-friendly arrangements, a template the band had mastered to a T all throughout it's previous album, 1980's deservedly lauded Permanent Waves. Moving Pictures was also the second of many Rush recording sessions at Le Studio in Morin-Heights, Quebec, which was ultimately nicknamed the trio's own personal Abbey Road recording studio.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 04/22/2022
UPC: 848818003550

Moving Pictures: 40th Anniversary [Colored Vinyl] (Wht)
Artist: Rush
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Limited white colored vinyl. Moving Pictures, Rush's eighth studio album, was originally released on February 12, 1981, and it's adventurous yet accessible music catapulted the forward-thinking Canadian band to even newer heights as it began navigating the demands of a new decade. The album's seven songs expertly blended Rush's intrinsic prowess for channeling it's progressive roots into radio-friendly arrangements, a template the band had mastered to a T all throughout it's previous album, 1980's deservedly lauded Permanent Waves. Moving Pictures was also the second of many Rush recording sessions at Le Studio in Morin-Heights, Quebec, which was ultimately nicknamed the trio's own personal Abbey Road recording studio.
        
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