A - Rush Song album flac
|2||Get Out More||4:18|
|3||Have The Night||3:42|
|Video||Rush Song Video||3:44|
- Published By – Warner Chappell Publishing
- Recorded At – Studio X
- Mixed At – Studio X
- Recorded At – Kore Studios
- Designed At – Big Active
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – London Records 90 Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – London Records 90 Ltd.
- Marketed By – Warner Music UK Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Warner Music UK Ltd.
- Distributed By – Warner Music UK Ltd.
- Art Direction – Mat Maitland
- Film Director – Paul Minor (tracks: Video)
- Illustration – Dave Foldvari*
- Music By – "A"*
- Producer – Jason Perry (tracks: 3)
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Terry Date (tracks: 1, 2, Video)
- Programmed By [Additional Programming, Tweaking, Freaking And Sonic Re-Alignments] – Damian Taylor (tracks: 2)
- Technician [Protools] – Alex Clarke* (tracks: 3)
- Words By – Jason Perry
NotesLimited numbered release; 4000 copies were produced of each format (7", CD1, CD2) to celebrate the upcoming A - Teen Dance Ordinance being A's fourth album.
Packaging is a J-card and case.
A free limited edition personalised card slipcase to contain both this release (CD2) and Rush Song (CD1) was sent out to the first 4000 UK applicants via the band's website during the run-up to the single's release. Each slipcase was printed on the back with "This belongs to:" and the applicant's name (or other text chosen).
Durations are not printed on the release.
℗ 2005 London Records 90 Limited
© 2005 London Records 90 Limited
Made in the EU
Published by Warner/Chappell Publishing Limited
1, 2, Video: recorded and mixed at Studio X, Seattle, Washington January/ February 2004
3 recorded at the Kore Studios, London 2005
Art direction by Mat Maitland at Big Active
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5050467847729
- Label Code: LC4281
- Matrix / Runout: LOCDP487 TSF/SDC 31029 A
- Mastering SID Code: ifpi L401
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 1L0D
|LON487, 50467-8478-7||A||Rush Song (7", Single, Ltd, Num)||London Records, Warner Bros. Records, London Records||LON487, 50467-8478-7||UK||2005|
|PR015343||A||Rush Song (Radio Edit) (CD, Single, Promo)||London Records, Warner Bros. Records||PR015343||UK||2005|
|LONCD487, 50467-8476-2||A||Rush Song (CD, Single, Num, CD1)||London Records, London Records||LONCD487, 50467-8476-2||UK||2005|
The first single from "A's" new album Teen Dance Ordinance, this is the video for it:D.
Music video by british band A taken from enhanced CD (Rush Song single).
Listen free to A – Rush Song (Rush Song, Get Out More and more). 3 tracks (12:12) A new version of Last.
Rush is the debut studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on March 1, 1974 by the band's own label Moon Records in Canada and by Mercury Records in the United States and internationally. Their first release shows much of the hard rock sound typical of many of the popular rock bands emerging earlier in the decade. Rush were fans of such bands as Led Zeppelin and Cream, and these influences can be heard in most of the songs on the album.
Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Metal Alternatif A (UK). Nom du groupe A (UK). Nom de l'album Rush Song. Date de parution 02 Mai 2005. Labels Warner Music Group London Records 90 Ltd. Style MusicalMetal Alternatif. Membres possèdant cet album0.
18 answers 18. Report Abuse. Overall as an album I would have a tie between Permanent Waves and S&A. Source(s): WOOT!!! IT's my Birthday!!!!! Anonymous · 1 decade ago. 3. Thumbs up. 0.
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And this is by far the best. 1) Hemispheres 2) Permanent Waves 3) 2112 4) A Farewell To Kings 5) Caress Of Steel 6) Fly By Night 7) Moving Pictures 8) Rush 9) Presto 10) Signals 11) Clockwork Angels 12) Grace Under Pressure 13) Counterparts 14) Roll The Bones 15) Test For Echo 16) Snakes and Arrows 17) Vapour Trails 18) Hold Your Fire 19) Power windows As a major. Followed by a tie between 2112 and A Farewell to Kings. Hemispheres is the best of what Rush has to offer.
Lyrics for Rush Song (TD Album) by A. On and on like a rush song, like a long one. You're the miss in the partnership, yeah the. You're the miss in the partnership, yeah the right one. There will come a day when I bury you, I will go the same way, together, Whatever there awaits us I'm gonna get through. And the closet thing to Jesus is suffering, And the closet thing between us is air. Don't say a word, that's not enough. Makes me sick when I think of it in the wrong way, Shitting bricks when I enter it in my bad brains. Like a wound up toy I'm kicking and a screaming, Emo boy, naïve and semi functioning.
Tears" is a song by the Canadian progressive rock band Rush. It appears on their 1976 album 2112. It is the first Rush song to feature the Mellotron, which Hugh Syme plays. This song, along with "Lessons", are the only songs from 2112 to have never been played live by the band. Geddy Lee said in an interview about the song: "'Tears' is a romantic ballad to give the album even more variety and depth.