Snakes & Arrows Live (Blu-ray)
CAT # 01143-1134-9
1. Limelight 2. Digital Man 3. Entre Nous 4. Mission 5. Freewill 6. The Main Monkey Business 7. The Larger Bowl 8. Secret Touch 9. Circumstances 10. Between the Wheels 11. Dreamline 12. Far Cry 13. Workin' Them Angels 14. Armor and Sword 15. Spindrift 16. The Way the Wind Blows 17. Subdivisions 18. Natural Science 19. Witch Hunt 20. Malignant Narcissism/De Slagwerker 21. Hope 22. Distant Early Warning 23. The Spirit of Radio 24. Tom Sawyer 25. One Little Victory 26. A Passage to Bangkok 27. YYZ
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Filmed over two performances in Rotterdam, Holland in October of 2007, Rush's new DVD Snakes & Arrows Live captures the legendary band in peak form, performing classic Rush material and nine new songs from their critically acclaimed 2007 CD Snakes & Arrows. The 2-disc concert DVD is presented in both 5.1 audio and stereo, and also included is a bonus disc of four songs added for their 2008 American tour, including 'Ghost of a Chance,' filmed here for the first time.
Since the release of their eponymous first LP in 1974, Rush has continually expanded the definition of 'progressive power trio.' Guitarist Alex Lifeson, bassist/keyboardist/vocalist Geddy Lee and drummer/lyricist Neil Peart combine dazzling virtuosity, laser-beam intensity and unbridled creativity to create a cohesive whole that's infinitely greater than its parts. The Toronto-based group has become one of Canada's leading exports, with a catalog of genre-defining releases including 2112, Permanent Waves, Moving Pictures, Vapour Trails and Snakes & Arrows and a live show which combines musicianship, showmanship and multi-media effects that engage all the senses. Following their previous best-selling DVDs Rush in Rio and R30, Snakes & Arrows Live presents a band not resting on its considerable laurels but still earning its reputation as one of the world's best live bands - one night at a time.
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