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Contents Under Pressure: 30 Years of Rush at Home and Away

by Martin Popoff

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For Rush fans...lots of good pictures with some interesting historical tidbits. Horribly written, however. ( )
  jwcooper3 | Nov 15, 2009 |
An interesting book. It gives a nice insight into the process Rush used to make records over the years, but there isn't much about the band members themselves. You sort of had to pick out nuggets of material as you went along. ( )
  Wprecht | Sep 6, 2006 |
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Celebrating Rush's 30th anniversary, this retrospective of Canada's most successful music group examines each of the band's approximately 20 lauded records and sold-out tours, eliciting fresh insights into the marriage of Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee's clas… (more)

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