progmeister;4899255 said:Was 'Moving pictures' (1981) the last truly great Rush album?
Cipher_Peon;4899257 said:I loved Clockwork Angels!
killer_roach;4899256 said:I'd argue it was Permanent Waves (1980), but still...
Runesmith;4899473 said:I'm going to go with Hold Your Fire, but then again, I'm a big fan of their New Wave period.
M_Robbins5;4899638 said:I can't really say what the last truly great Rush album was since I only own Moving Pictures and 2112. I should see about fixing that. Which Rush albums do you guys recommend?
instantdeath999;4899633 said:As do I, but maybe it's because "Time Stands Still" was one of the first Rush songs I liked...
SheSaidSheSaid;4899800 said:Didn't know you were such an All-American Rejects fan The lack of love for Counterparts and Test for Echo in this thread makes me a sad panda.
Dadasaurus Rex;4925150 said:I put the line at Moving Pictures as the last "Great" Album. I do like a lot of the stuff after that, just don't feel that strong about any whole album beyond that point. Part of it has to be my leaning towards long, epic productions found on MP and prior.
CanuckGamer;4934039 said:Headlong Flight on the Clockwork angels album went almost 7 1/2 minutes. Would that be considered long enough in your eyes?