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Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland

by Rush

Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland by Rush

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Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland

by Rush

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Label: Roadrunner Records
Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland is the companion piece to the DVD of the same title. Recorded in Cleveland, a longtime hub of classic rock fandom going back to the '70s, Rush is totally on top of their game. As the title suggests, the 26-track set list spans decades, from the neo-Zep onslaught of Rush's earliest output ("Working Man") to cuts from the yet to be released Clockwork Angels ("Caravan"). Halfway through the power trio unleashes their 1981 classic Moving Pictures from beginning to end. By concert's end you'll feel as pleasantly wiped out as anybody who actually attended.

About This Album

Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland is the companion piece to the DVD of the same title. Recorded in Cleveland, a longtime hub of classic rock fandom going back to the '70s, Rush is totally on top of their game. As the title suggests, the 26-track set list spans decades, from the neo-Zep onslaught of Rush's earliest output ("Working Man") to cuts from the yet to be released Clockwork Angels ("Caravan"). Halfway through the power trio unleashes their 1981 classic Moving Pictures from beginning to end. By concert's end you'll feel as pleasantly wiped out as anybody who actually attended.

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About This Album

Time Machine 2011: Live in Cleveland is the companion piece to the DVD of the same title. Recorded in Cleveland, a longtime hub of classic rock fandom going back to the '70s, Rush is totally on top of their game. As the title suggests, the 26-track set list spans decades, from the neo-Zep onslaught of Rush's earliest output ("Working Man") to cuts from the yet to be released Clockwork Angels ("Caravan"). Halfway through the power trio unleashes their 1981 classic Moving Pictures from beginning to end. By concert's end you'll feel as pleasantly wiped out as anybody who actually attended.