Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee, Neil Peart: Hemispheres - SACD album pre order!

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'Cygnus X-1 Book II: Hemispheres'
I. Prelude
II. Apollo (Bringer Of Wisdom)
III. Dionysus (Bringer Of Love)
IV. Armageddon (The Battle Of Heart And Mind)
V. Cygnus (Bringer Of Balance)
VI. The Sphere (A Kind Of Dream)
'The Trees'
'La Villa Strangiato (An Exercise In Self-Indulgence)'
I. Buenos Nochas, Mein Froinds!
II. To Sleep, Perchance To Dream...
III. Strangiato Theme
IV. A Lerxst In Wonderland
V. Monsters!
VI. The Ghost Of The Aragon
VII. Danforth And Pape
VIII. The Waltz Of The Shreves
IX. Never Turn Your Back On A Monster!
X. Monsters! (Reprise)
XI. Strangiato Theme (Reprise)
XII. A Farewell to Things

"Amazingly brilliant and complex work...A progressive rock masterpiece!"

Hemispheres is the sixth studio album by Rush. In many ways, it was the final album in a major chapter of Rush's career. The 1978 release was their last release of the '70s and their last LP that's unambiguously prog. Hemispheres was also the final album in Rush's grandiose period, which included "2112" and "A Farewell To Kings." Hemispheres has a brilliant concept to it, the brain hemispheres, reason and emotion, its complicated and smart - the music here is simply incredible, not your typical rock band and totally Rush.
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