Rush Easter Egg - Rush Retrospectives

Open the Rush Retrospectives booklet. You will see what looks like an art gallery with portraits of all of their album covers on the wall, except the first cd cover portrait is on the floor. Those of you whom have been long time rush fans know that rush had a different drummer on the first album, but he left rush after the first album thus representing the picture on the floor. Neil Peart joined rush for the second album and remained with rush thru all of their albums after becoming the lineup that you know today, thus representing all of the pictures hanging on the wall.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 11-20-1999
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test4eco writes:
It should also be noted that the first album, "Rush", was released on their own label, Moon Records, then rereleased by Mercury after they were signed.
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tomhowand8 writes:
why would he be ashamed of such a good album? (not just opinion, it is a very musically sound album) if that were the case, what about signals, grace under pressure, and power windows? all of those were pretty synth heavy.
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Nick writes:
What can be made of the 'Hold Your Fire' cover being on the floor of the second retrospective then? I bet Geddy is ashamed of that album, judging by the fact they left out synth era songs on the T4E tour...
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