This 1982 release steps in to join Mobile Fidelity's two other power reissues by the Canadian progressive-rock trio: (Moving Pictures (UDCD 569) and 2112 (UDCD 590). Both on and off stage, Rush is known for complex, well-produced performances without the typical antics of rock groups. With Alex Lifeson on electric and acoustic guitars; Geddy Lee on bass guitar, synthesizers and vocals; and Neil Peart on drums and percussion, Signals packs a big punch, featuring FM favorite Subdivisions and the powerful riff-rockers Digital Man and Analog Kid. All tracks were written by the trio, who also self-produced the album along with Terry Brown. Mobile Fidelity's expanded Ultradisc II booklet restores the full-color digital images of the band from the original LP version, and includes all other graphics and full lyrics.
Selections: Subdivisions, The Analog Kid, Chemistry, Digital Man, The Weapon, New World Man, Losing it Countdown.