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Panacea - Rush - Caress Of Steel (CD)


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Caress Of Steel on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - AMCY • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard 4/5.
  2. Jan 08,  · referencing Caress Of Steel, CD, Album, RE, RM, PMD, The backside of the art on my copy is printed in very low res. Especially noticeable when trying to read the copyright blob on the back. Everything except the barcode is very blurry compared to other Anthem/Mercury Rush /5(K).
  3. Although the band initially had high hopes for Caress of Steel, it was considered a disappointment by the record company. The album eventually became known as one of Rush’s most obscure and overlooked recordings. Die hard fans feel the record is underrated. Caress of Steel featured long pieces broken up into various sections and long solo passages. It is often considered notable for the inclusion of the band’s first two epic .
  4. Caress of Steel, unreasonably considered something of a fail at the time, is a half crazy and half genius affair, with power-trio hard rock and fantasy prose lyrics and a touch of nostalgia and bombast, all delivered with the truly unique Rush musicianship, humour and elegance/5().
  5. Rush's second album of and third full-length overall, Caress Of Steel marked the band's emergence into more hard prog-rock styles as opposed to the blues-based style of the group’s first two releases. Singles included “The Necromancer” and “Lakeside Park.” Although the album peaked at # on the Billboard charts, it has since gone gold in both the U.S. and Canada.
  6. Caress of Steel is a fascinating album, if not a particularly consistent one. This is the album where Rush really jumps headfirst into some hardcore proggery, with the last two songs taking up to over a half an hour of time. Both of these epics have shining moments but never fully form into something great, unlike Rush’s later epics.
  7. Caress of Steel is the album that almost killed Rush. Upon its release it was lambasted by critics, ignored by most fans and drew the ire of record executives. There are some legitimate reasons why Caress of Steel received such a negative response. It is musically inconsistent, has an awkward flow and lacks an overarching vision.
  8. Rush Caress of Steel. Studio album 3. Released September 24, The two COS tour bootlegs: "Stainless Steel" and "The Pretentious Necromancer" are both from the same show- Nov 15, at the Rockford Armory, IL Track Listing *** Played on COS tour (NLR) no live recordings, Maybe never played live. Side 1 ***Bastille Day --