Rush's Feedback and Snakes & Arrows Now Available on 200gm Audiophile Vinyl

Rush's Feedback and Snakes & Arrows Now Available on 200gm Audiophile VinylRush's Feedback and Snakes & Arrows Now Available on 200gm Audiophile Vinyl
Over the course of the last year, Rush has been reissuing all of their studio albums and most of their live albums on 200-gram Audiophile Vinyl. It began with the impressive release of their debut album as a box set and now ends with the release of both Feedback and Snakes & Arrows.

Each vinyl record also comes with a code to access a high-definition digital download. To purchase either Feedback, Snakes & Arrows or any of the other previously released vinyl albums, please use one of the links below.

  • Rush
  • Fly By Night
  • Caress of Steel
  • 2112
  • All the World's a Stage [LIVE]
  • A Farewell to Kings
  • Hemispheres
  • Permanent Waves
  • Moving Pictures
  • Exit...Stage Left [LIVE]
  • Signals
  • Grace Under Pressure
  • Power Windows
  • Hold Your Fire
  • A Show of Hands [LIVE]
  • Presto
  • Roll the Bones
  • Counterparts
  • Test for Echo
  • Vapor Trails
  • Feedback
  • Snakes & Arrows


  • Comments

    1. It's worth noting that the later studio titles are released as 2 LP editions, instead of one, which (hopefully) means there was no additional compression from the master tape to the vinyl copies. While it would be simply flabbergasting to have the uncompressed, wider dynamic range master tapes themselves, these vinyl dupes should sound fantastic. I'm going to have to start working my way backwards through these and compare them to my first edition vinyls from the 70's, 80's and 90's.

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    2. This might be the great source for me to enjoy my favorite song collection. Thanks.

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    3. I've purchased each album (except for RTB's, Vapor Trails, S & A live, and Clockwork Angels so far)from Showtech via rush.com. I just clicked the links for the Amazon links.. It shows Vapor Trails as 180 gram..the others I have are 200 gram so not sure what's up with that. I contacted Showtech about the 4 that I need. RTB is on order but delayed, said they don't know of a release date for Snakes live and that Clockwork Angels will likely not come out in 200 gram. Can't imagine why that is? Wouldn't it make sense to release ALL Rush albums? Oh well, time will tell.

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