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1Presto5:45
2War Paint5:24
3Show Don't Tell5:01
4Anagram (For Mongo)4:00
5Hand Over Fist4:11
6Chain Lightning4:33
7Superconductor4:47
8The Pass4:51
9Scars4:07
10Available Light5:03
11Red Tide4:29

Créditos

  • Bass, Vocals, SynthesizerGeddy Lee
  • Drums, Percussion [Electric]Neil Peart
  • EngineerStephen W. Tayler
  • Guitar [Electric], Acoustic GuitarAlex Lifeson
  • Producer, Arranged ByRupert Hine, Rush

Notas

200 gram reissue.

Códigos de barras

  • Barcode: 081227954550

Información

Presto is the thirteenth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush. It was released November 21, 1989 by Anthem Records and was the band's first album released internationally by Atlantic Records following the group's departure from Mercury. After the Hold Your Fire 1987 tour ended in 1988, the group members reconvened in December to decide their next step and agreed to take six months off before starting on a new album. Presto marked another change in Rush's sound, with guitar taking a more dominant. Presto is Rushs 13th studio album, released in 1989. It was recorded at Le Studio in Morin Heights and at McClear Place in Toronto. Presto was Rushs first album with Atlantic Records, which the band signed to in early 1989 after a longstanding relationship with MercuryPolyGram. It was co-produced by Rupert Hine, an English musician, songwriter and producer who had worked with Saga, The Fixx, Howard Jones, and Bob Geldof. The albums lyrical centerpiece is its atmospheric single The Pass, in which Neil addresses teenage isolation and the tragic romanticism of youth suicide. All of us get. When Rush Closed Out the 80s With the Transitional Presto. Ryan Reed. Paul Natkin, Getty Images. Judging solely in superficial terms, 1989's Presto is a minor offering in Rush 's massive discography. Released in a wasteland of rock production, the album's indistinct sonic vibe falls somewhere between Rush's synth-driven early '80s era and their guitar-heavy return of the late '90s and early '00s. Then there's that hideous album cover, which features a levitating rabbit in a magic hat. Those warning signs aren't totally irrelevant. Rush - Presto 1989. Presto . CD Album. Progressive Rock. Show don't tell 5:01. Produced by Rupert Hine And Rush. Show don't tell. How many times do you hear it It goes on all day long Everyone knows everything And no one's ever wrong until later. Who can you believe It's hard to play it safe But apart from a few good friends We don't take anything on faith until later. To favorites 10 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Rush - Presto 1989. Rush - Show Don't Tell. Rush - Chain Lightning. Rush - The Pass. Rush - War Paint. Rush - Scars. Rush - Presto. Rush - Superconductor. Released November 21, 1989. Presto Tracklist. Show Don't Tell Lyrics. Released in November 21st, 1989, Presto marks another shift in Rushs music: the previous album Hold Your Fire 1987 was the last album that would featured a more synthkeyboards-driven sound. Presto was the first attempt since 1981 Moving Pictures, to return to Alexs guitar leading the songs. Before the recording of Presto, the band decided to take a six-month break, since they were free of deadlines and obligations for the first time in fifteen years. Rush - Presto review: Rush were expected to really pull something out of the hat for this so called back-to-basics release but the relatively uninspired song writing and anaemic production values left many die-hard fans less than happy bunnies. Review Summary: Rush were expected to really pull something out of the hat for this so called back-to-basics release but the relatively uninspired song writing and anaemic production values left many die-hard fans less than happy bunnies. Having said that, Presto is not one of those albums. On this return to a more guitar-oriented sound after the synth period that dominated the '80s, the bandmembers emerge from the electronic fog and try to reorient themselves to once again working with their more traditional setup. While none of the songs here are out-and-out terrible, listening to the album definitely gives you the sense that things just aren't quite clicking, as if the band is just a little bit rusty after stepping away from this kind of songwriting for nearly a decade. Presto Rush makes musical magic again. Pros: A lyrical masterpiece. Excellent production values. Jazzy and Groovy Rush. Cons: None. The Bottom Line: A great way to end the 80's for Rush. The year: 1989. Rush With Rhythm and Groove Hey, all it takes is a little magic and Presto - you can do anything. Considered one of their strongest albums lyrically, Presto consists of 11 tracks that truly reflect the virtuoso range of this trio extraordinaire. Each song is perfectly produced without sounding indulgent or overly embellished with instruments on top of instruments. Instead, the music flows and inspires and moves to a rhythm and groove seldom heard before in any Rush effort

Descargar Rush - Presto

Artista: Rush

Título: Presto

País: US

Fecha de publicación: 2015

Etiqueta: Atlantic, Anthem Records

Estilo: Prog Rock, Symphonic Rock

Catálogo: R1-83736

Género: Rock

Tamaño MP3: 2550 mb

Tamaño FLAC: 1155 mb

Clasificación: 4.1 / 5

Votos: 732

Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 200 Gram

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