Rush - 2112


9 | 570 votes |
Release date: 1 April 1976
Style: Progressive rock

Owners:

914 have it
56 want it


01. 2112
    1 - Overture
    2 - The Temples Of Syrinx
    3 - Discovery
    4 - Presentation
    5 - Oracle: The Dream
    6 - Soliloquy
    7 - Grand Finale
02. A Passage To Bangkok
03. The Twilight Zone
04. Lessons
05. Tears
06. Something For Nothing

Top 20 albums of 1976: 2
Top 200 albums of all time: 37

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Comments: 9   Visited by: 549 users
09.03.2012 - 05:35
Rating: 8
tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal
Something For Nothing is sooo good; One of their best closing tracks.
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17.11.2012 - 15:05
megadeath13
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Fantastic work! I dont see it as an album at all, rather as a journey. The title tracks shows 20 minutes pure perfection and the other 5 songs arent bad either:) Prog Rock at its finest
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05.12.2012 - 03:21
Rating: 8
CobiWan1993
Secundum Filium
This album is awesome! The title track is epic, and the other songs are great too (Twilight Zone is especially a highlight)!
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Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree (Martin Luther).
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28.02.2013 - 19:09
Rating: 10
Aristarchos
Written by Guest on 17.11.2012 at 15:05

Fantastic work! I dont see it as an album at all, rather as a journey. The title tracks shows 20 minutes pure perfection and the other 5 songs arent bad either:) Prog Rock at its finest

I liked your description.
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28.02.2013 - 19:09
Rating: 10
Aristarchos
A passage to Bangkok is quite boring comparing to the other songs.
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02.03.2013 - 22:59
Lord_Regnier
Written by Aristarchos on 28.02.2013 at 19:09

A passage to Bangkok is quite boring comparing to the other songs.


I think it's a very enjoyable song, personally.
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"Why would we fear death, when life is so much more frightening?"
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15.03.2014 - 23:42
Rating: 8
fandango68
Let down a bit by some mediocre stuff on the 2nd side...
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First gig was Manowar (loincloths 'n' all), Bristol Colston Hall in March 1983, on the 'Hail to England' tour. Tickets were £3.75, 300 in the audience, Mercyful Fate never showed, but my hearing still got seriously trashed..
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15.06.2014 - 05:35
Rating: 9
Deathmaster
My first Rush album!
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"While I live let me live deep."-Robert Howard
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11.03.2016 - 21:23
Rating: 9
MichaelAngeloT
Wonderful piece of music..!!!
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