Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Mercury


Rush Signals Blu-Ray Pure Audio Disc


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Blu-Ray Pure Audio Disc! Remastered from Original Analog Masters!
5.1 Surround Sound! 24bit/96 Khz High Fidelity Audiophile Sound: No Compression. No Compromise!

Audio-Only Blu-Ray! Plays on Blu-Ray Compatible Players ONLY!

Signals is the band’s ninth studio album, released in 1982. It was the follow-up to the (what would become) seminal Moving Pictures album.

Stylistically, the album was a continuation of Rush’s foray into the technology-oriented 1980s through increased use of electronic instrumentation such as keyboards, sequencers, and electric violin. The songs got shorter too. In fact, “New World Man” clocked in at a swift 3:42–it was the last and quickest-composed song on the album, written primarily to even out the lengths of the two sides of the cassette version. The opening track, “Subdivisions,” is a staple of many of the band’s tours since its recording. Signals was the band’s last collaboration with producer Terry Brown, who had co-produced every Rush album since 1975’s Fly by Night, and had engineered the eponymous first album in 1974.

Throughout the years 2014 and 2015, Rush celebrate their 40th anniversary with vinyl reissues of albums from their Mercury era. The titles "Fly By Night," "A Farewell To Kings," and "Signals" are also issued on Blu-Ray Pure Audio.

"Signals proved that Rush were successfully adapting to the musical climate of the early '80s." -Greg Prato,

Producer's note: With this disc, you are now able to hear at home what we hear in the studio. This Blu-Ray disc contains all 8 tracks from Signals in high resolution 96kHz 24-bit PCM stereo, DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD 5.1 surround sound. It is primarily an audio-only disc with basic navigation and song information displayed on-screen. The 96kHz 24-bit audio on this disc has 256 times more resolution than a CD, providing greater detail and reproducing the music's full dynamic range, from the softest to the loudest sounds.

• Blu-ray - Audio Only
• High-Fidelity Pure Audio
• Remastered From Original Analog Masters
• Plays on Blu-Ray Compatible Players ONLY!
• Audio: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 / Dolby TrueHD 5.1 / PCM Stereo
• Picture: 1080p / 23.98fps / 16:9 Widescreen
• Region: All

Geddy Lee
Alex Lifeson
Neil Peart
Ben Mink, violin

1. Subdivisions
2. The Analog Kid
3. Chemistry
4. Digital Man
5. The Weapon
6. New World Man
7. Losing It
8. Countdown

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