Review: Rush – Retrospective 3 [CD/DVD 2009]

amazon-rush-retro-3Rush continues to completely blow my rock and roll mind by infusing the infectious heavy guitars of Alex Lifeson, the exotic vocals of Geddy Lee, and Neil Peart’s aggressive percussion. On Retrospective 3, the band compiles their best material from 1989 to 2008 which includes a devastating  remix of “One Little Victory” from 2002’s Vapor Trails. Other progressive giants from the era’s six albums on the collection are “Driven,” “The Pass,” “Roll The Bones,” “Nobody’s Hero,” “Leave That Thing Alone,” and “Far Cry.” There is also a DVD of music videos and live performances in the package featuring a live cover of The Who’s classic anthem “The Seeker,” which Rush originally covered on 2004’s Feedback. A

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