Retrospective III on the way!!!

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Retrospective III on the way!!!

Postby Angiekay » Tue Jan 27, 2009 3:49 pm



Rush will release Retrospective III (1989 - 2008) on March 3rd, according to a press release. The third volume in the band's ongoing series of compilations will feature tracks from the band's two-decade stint with Atlantic Records, which encompassed albums such as 1989's Presto, 1991's Roll The Bones, 2002's Vapor Trails and the band's latest studio effort, 2007's Snakes & Arrows. The set will be available as both a single CD and a two-disc CD/DVD package.

Retrospective III also features a previously unreleased live version of "Ghost Of A Chance," recorded in Atlanta on the Snakes & Arrows tour, as well as remixes of "One Little Victory" and "Earthshine" by guitarist Alex Lifeson and remixer Richard Chycki.
The DVD portion of the set compiles all 10 music videos the band made during the Atlantic years, including "Roll The Bones," "Stick It Out," "Driven," and "Malignant Narcissism," which was nominated for a Grammy.
Also contained on the DVD are three live videos filmed in Frankfurt, Germany during the band's 30th anniversary tour in 2004, including a performance of the Who's "The Seeker." A televised performance of "Tom Sawyer" is also included, as well as interviews with all three band members.
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Both the CD and CD/DVD versions of Retrospective III are available now for pre-order at www.rush.com/preorder.
A "Deluxe Rush Fan Pack" combining the CD/DVD set with a limited edition lithograph of all the albums represented in the collection is also available, with the first 100 orders receiving a signed lithograph.
Rush's "Hope (Live For The Art Of Peace)" is nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of Best Rock Instrumental Performance. The song appeared on the Songs For Tibet: The Art of Peace collection.









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