Rush Roll The Bones on 200g LP + Download
Rush 40 Continues with 12 Months of Reissues!
Roll The Bones, the band's 14th studio record, was recorded once again at Le Studio in Morin-Heights, Quebec and McClear Place in Toronto, Ontario. Rupert Hine returned as co-producer, after previously producing Presto. The release has a taste of rap, a bit of funk, and a bigger "groove" than fans expected from Rush at the time. Neil Peart chose to be more straight-ahead, leaving room for Geddy Lee's bass playing to be more aggressive.
Geddy, after the recording of the album, said: "I'm pleased with the way the band has been able to streamline the sound over the past couple of records. I think it's a positive change. I'm also pleased with the way we've been able to utilize a stronger sense of melody and vocal harmony."
• The Rush 40 celebration continues with 12 months of Rush on vinyl!
• All LPs to include a digital download card
• A must for every Rush fan!
• Pressed at Quality Record Pressing