Rush Signals

Rush - Signals (1982/2015) [Official Digital Download 24/48]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by HDV at Sept. 12, 2015
Rush - Signals (1982/2015) [Official Digital Download 24/48]

Rush - Signals (1982/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/48 kHz | Time - 43:03 minutes | 551 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Released in 1982, the million-selling Signals from Rush was the follow-up to what would become the band's seminal Moving Pictures. Stylistically, Signals continues Rush's exploration of technology through increased use of electronic instrumentation such as keyboards, sequencers and even the electric violin. Many of the songs are shorter and more radio friendly too. This is the 2015 remastered version.
Rush - Signals (1982) Mercury/6337 243 - Original NL Demo Pressing - New Equipment & Rip!! In 24bit/96kHz

Rush ‎– Signals
Label: Mercury/6337 243 | Release: 1982 | Genre: Heavy-Progressive
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

Essential: A masterpiece of progressive rock music.
Moving Pictures saw the end of Rush's "classic era" with a fitting farewell, and ushered in the "synth era" of their career. Signals was the perfect opener to that era, with crisp and fresh synths, catchy riffs, and precision timing.
Rush - Signals (1982) Mercury/6337 243 - Original NL Demo Pressing - New Rip/Re-Post In 24bit/96kHz

Rush ‎– Signals
Label: Mercury/6337 243 | Release: 1982 | Genre: Heavy-Progressive
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

Essential: A masterpiece of progressive rock music.
Moving Pictures saw the end of Rush's "classic era" with a fitting farewell, and ushered in the "synth era" of their career. Signals was the perfect opener to that era, with crisp and fresh synths, catchy riffs, and precision timing.
Rush - Signals (1982) [SHM-CD] {2009 Japan Mini LP Edition, WPCR-13480}

Rush - Signals (1982) [SHM-CD] {2009 Japan Mini LP Edition, WPCR-13480}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 289 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 101 Mb
Full Artwork @ 400 dpi (png) -> 105 Mb
© 2009 Atlantic / Anthem / Warner | WPCR-13480
Rock / Prog Rock / Hard Rock

Making the transition from the heavy-rocking '70s to the synthesizer-driven '80s, the power trio Rush embraced the new technology with open arms. After the 1981 smash album MOVING PICTURES, Rush decided to lead their cult of loyal fans down a slightly different musical route while continuing to maintain their high level of expertise. The result, SIGNALS, was a very unique album for the group and ushered in an era that focused their sound toward keyboard-centered orchestrations and tight, stylized arrangements.

Rush - Signals (1982) [Non-Remastered]  Music

Posted by perfecta at Feb. 5, 2011
Rush - Signals (1982) [Non-Remastered]

Rush - Signals (1982) [Non-Remastered]
EAC-FLAC Image with CUE, LOG - 274 MB | 42:29 mins | Full Scans - 24 MB
Rock / Progressive Rock / Hard Rock | Mercury/Polygram WG # 810 002-2

Rush - Signals (1982)  Music

Posted by incerta at June 13, 2006
Rush - Signals (1982)

Rush - Signals (1982)
EAC Secure Rip by incerta | Genre: Progressive Rock

Tagged MP3 | 320 kbps CBR | LAME 3.97b2 | Rapidshare (101 MB)
RAR archive | 5% recovery record

“Rush had already begun using electronics and synth in their music by the time Signals was released in 1982, so the synth-heavy opener, "Subdivisions" (a song that proves that high-school separatism is older than last year), wasn't that great a departure from their previous material. Signals also contains the single "New World Man," which still gets heavy radio airplay almost 20 years later, as well as groove-heavy, tech-savvy songs like "The Analog Kid" and "Digital Man"–prescient comments on the forthcoming information technology revolution if ever there were any. This was Rush's first studio album following Moving Pictures, which arguably remains their strongest and most well-known effort, after 2112. That's a tough act to follow, and Rush did it in the best possible way–by maintaining their distinctive sound while updating it with 1980s touches. Signals indicates that it was a good move”. – Genevieve Williams
Rush - 12 Album Collection (1974-87) {2009 SHM-CD Japan Mini LP Remaster} + Feedback (2004) {Japan Mini LP} [combined re-up]

Rush - 12 Album Collection (1974-87) [12CD] {2009 SHM-CD Japan Mini LP Remaster} + Feedback (2004) {Japan Mini LP}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 3.26 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 1.20 Gb
Full Artwork @ 400 dpi (png) -> 1.45 Gb | 5% repair rar
© 2009, 2004 Atlantic / Anthem / Warner | WPCR-13472~83 / WPCR-11894
Rock / Prog Rock / Hard Rock

The opening chords of "Finding My Way" signal the beginning of a song, album, and career that would have a permanent place in rock history. The debut album from the Canadian progressive metal outfit features drummer John Rutsey who, although a talented drummer, would quit after this album to be replaced by Neal Peart. Peart contributed to the band's songwriting progression and use of time changes.
Rush - Sectors (2011/2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Rush - Sectors (2011/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 720:40 minutes | 15,42 GB
Official Digital Download - Source: | Digital booklets

proud to celebrate the legacy of Canadian rock trio Rush with three separate five-album sets which together spans their entire historic Mercury Records recording career. Each sector contains five of their fifteen Mercury albums in chronological order. In addition, each volume includes a booklet with unpublished photos, original album lyrics and credits.
Rush - Sectors (15 Remastered albums: 1974 - 1989) [18 discs / 3x Box Sets '2011] with 3x DVD-Audio {Re-UP}

Rush - Sectors (15 Remastered albums: 1974 - 1989) [18 discs / 3x Box Sets '2011]
15x EAC-FLAC Images with CUEs & LOGs - 5 GB | Full PNG Scans - 1,8 GB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps - 1,6 GB
3x DVD Audio/Video | MLP 5.1 - 24bit/96kHz (9600 Kbps) | LPCM Stereo 1536 Kbps | DD 5.1 & 2.0 | 10,8 GB
Progressive Rock / Hard Rock | TT ~ 12 hours | Label: Anthem Entertainment | Cat. # B00158888~890-00-ST01

Universal Records is about to uncork a reissue campaign on November 21 that will give Rush fans a few more 5.1 digital surround sound reboots of albums from the band's classic Mercury Records catalog. The "Sector" Rush reissues will collect all 15 Mercury-era Rush releases in three separate sets, each containing five albums, with a total of 18 discs overall. All of the albums have been freshly remastered and formatted with packaging that mimics the original vinyl LP. Additionally, updated booklets for each release will contain previously unseen photographs along with the original credits and album lyrics. The real meat of these new reissues though will be the brand new 5.1 versions of three signature Rush albums - "Fly By Night", "A Farewell To Kings", and "Signals". There's one hitch, though - the three new releases will be divided up as bonus DVD discs, packaged one per volume across the three volumes of "Sector" reissues.
Rush - Permanent Waves (1980/2015) [Official Digital Download 24/192] RE-UP

Rush - Permanent Waves (1980/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 35:39 minutes | 1,37 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Permanent Waves is the band’s seventh studio album, released on New Year’s Day, 1980. It was recorded at Le Studio, Morin Heights, Quebec, and mixed at Trident Studios in London. The tracks were laid down just shy of four weeks, in part attributed to the idyllic working conditions of Morin Heights. The album marks a transition from long, conceptual pieces, into a more accessible, radio-friendly style.