9 thoughts on “ Broons Bane - Rush - Exit...Stage Left (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Yes! The musical journey through Broon's Bane > The Trees > Xanadu is just mind blowing. It is my second favourite rush album. It is just marginally behind Also, I prefer many of the record's live tracks to their studio counterparts.
  2. Side 3 of Exit Stage Left is RIDICULOUS! Wish they would've included this passage (Broon's Bane, The Trees & Xanadu) on the Time Machine tour in , as it was of that precise moment (originally performed on the "Moving Pictures" tour, which Time Machine was referring back to when they played that album in its entirety -- STUNNING!).
  3. Rush's mixes make everything above the midrange sound like an afterthought–and that's just as well. Though Lee's falsetto isn't a shriek anymore, drummer Neil Peart's lyrics can still irritate. Taking individualism to Avn Rand-inspired extremes, Peart's most pessimistic screeds suggest that in the upcoming apocalypse, every-man-for-himself.
  4. Jul 01,  · This album plays great and doesn't seem to have the problems that others noted in Broon's Bane. It does look like it was scuffed there in the pressing, however I don't detect any playback issues. This is the First Rush album that I ever purchased back in , and it quickly became one of my most favorite albums of all time/5().
  5. Stage Left is the second live album by the Canadian rock band Rush, released as a double album in October by Anthem Records. After touring in support of their eighth studio album Moving Pictures (), the band gathered recordings made over the previous two years and constructed a live release from them with producer Terry Brown.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Exit Stage Left on Discogs/5(3).
  7. Broon's Bane is a short classical guitar arrangement performed by Alex Lifeson. It is featured on Rush's live album, Exit Stage Left. It was performed as an extended intro for The Trees. The song is named after Terry Brown, who produced Exit Stage Left and 10 other Rush albums.

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