Rush ‘Best Of’ Live Compilation Announced

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Canadian rockers Rush are breaking new ground with the up-coming release of a “Best Of” Live compilation. The new compilation is set for release on November 17 and will be released on DVD through Rounder and on CD by Atlantic.rush-working-men-dvd

Working Men is the title of this new release and will include material that has been taken from the group’s three other live DVD releases, Rush in Rio, R30 & Snakes and Arrows Live. In addition to the recordings previously available on other releases, there will also be a previously unreleased track entitled “One Little Victory.”

Although Rush seemed to attract a cult following for much of their career, recent developments have signaled an appeal to a wider audience. Appearances on popular television programs such as Comedy Central’s Colbert Report and in movies like I love You Man, it appears that the group is recognized by more rock fans today than during it’s early years when albums like 2112 and Hemispheres were being eagerly devoured by their dedicated fans.

Recent comments from the group indicate they more new material is in store from Rush. The group seemed to find new inspiration by working with producer Nick Raskulinecz on their last studio album, Snakes & Arrows. Raskulinecz is said to have pushed the group beyond their perceived limits and proved to them that they still have what it takes to fill stadiums and sell millions of albums.


  1. Tommy Filbs October 4, 2009 at 4:04 pm

    One little victory was on vapor trails. its not an unreleased track ya dipshit

    • Real Rock News October 4, 2009 at 4:38 pm

      I guess you’ll have to take that up with the people who run the official Rush web site. (

      They’re talking about live versions, which is obviously something that was lost on you.

      But thanks for dropping by and letting us all know that there is not yet a shortage of idiots out there roaming around the web.

      I’m not a sports fan so I couldn’t care less what you have to say about the Red Sox, Celtics, Patriots or Bruins. (The genius entered his e-mail address as redsox@cox.suckit)

      By the way, I think mom’s calling you for dinner, so you better shake a leg!

      Since I’m sure this dysfunctional little weasel is not using his real name, we’ll just have to refer to him as, I suppose.

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