8 thoughts on “ Mission - Rush - Hold Your Fire (CD, Album)

  • Jul 26,  · Agree with others that "Mission" is an upper-echelon Rush song. Dig the live version from the Snakes and Arrows Live DVD, featuring Lifeson's soaring extended outro solo. I'm a huge Rush fan, but Hold Your Fire is, IMHO, their last pretty great album. Desolation Row, Jul 26,
  • Hold Your Fire is an album in the purest sense; infinitely greater than the sum of its parts, it gradually draws in the listener by slowly revealing its nuances and secrets.
  • Hold your fire is one of the better middle year albums from Rush. Features a slew of tracks that the band still played in their latter years including The Mission, Lock And Key, Time Stand Still and others. The cover wasn't too creative though!/5().
  • Rush - Hold Your Fire music CD album at CD Universe, Remastered, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping. simply the best album by rush along with power windows!! mission-the best floodmomorilesisleryguangjewabne.coinfo the floodmomorilesisleryguangjewabne.coinfo this is god words,fantastic!!!! By runzo (Wallingford, CT, USA) (4) (0).
  • I bought Hold your Fire when it first came out (cassette), decent for the time but not your typical Rush Album. After nearly thirty years without listening to it, it is a good album for the time period. Rush was maturing with this album, exploring their musical talents and influences.
  • Rush - Hold Your Fire Album Lyrics; 1. High Water Lyrics: 2. Lock and Key Lyrics: 3. Open Secrets Lyrics: 4. Prime Mover Lyrics: 5. Second Nature Lyrics: 6. Tai Shan Lyrics: 7. Turn The Page Lyrics: 8. Mission Lyrics: 9. Time Stand Still Lyrics.
  • In the late 's, photographer Glen Wexler often collaborated with long-ime Rush album artist Hugh Syme. One of those projects was the photo shoot of the now infamous 'fire juggler' image that is the primary interior artwork for Rush's album Hold Your Fire. Last year, Wexler sat down with floodmomorilesisleryguangjewabne.coinfo to discuss his lengthy career shooting album covers as well as the work he did.
  • Hold Your Fire, Rush's twelfth studio album, is often seen as the culmination of the synth-laden style that they started doing around the release of Signals. This assessment of the album is a fair one, although this album is still quite different than the three preceding albums before it that are often included in their synth era.

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