Rush - The Spirit Of Radio Full Album
Title: The Spirit Of Radio
Style: Pop Rock, Prog Rock, Classic Rock
Date of release: 1980
Catalog number: 76044, 6167 895
Size MP3: 2371 mb
Size FLAC: 1813 mb
Written-By – Lifeson, Lee, Peart
|2||The Spirit Of Radio|
Written-By – Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee, Neil Peart
|ANS-017||Rush||The Spirit Of Radio (7", Single)||Anthem||ANS-017||Canada||1980|
|76044, 6167 895||Rush||The Spirit Of Radio (7", Single, 30 )||Mercury, Mercury||76044, 6167 895||US||1980|
|68 32 196||Rush||The Spirit Of Radio = El Espiritu De La Radio (7", Single, Promo)||Mercury||68 32 196||Spain||1980|
|RADIO 12||Rush||Spirit Of Radio (12", Single)||Mercury||RADIO 12||UK||1980|
|6167 895||Rush||The Spirit Of Radio (7", Single)||Mercury||6167 895||Netherlands||1980|
- Producer – Rush, Terry Brown
A: From Mercury's album SRM-1-4081 "PERMANENT WAVES"
B: From Mercury's album SRM-1-3743 "HEMISPHERES"
- Pressing Plant ID: 26
- Rights Society: CAPAC
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): 2-55872
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): 2-55862
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): 76044 A B(scratched out) 2-55872-PRC-C-A(scratched out)3-1 MASTERDISK(stamped) HW(etched)
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): 76044 2-55862-PRC-C-AB(scratched out)-3-1-1 B
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phonogram, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Phonogram, Inc.
- Marketed By – Phonogram, Inc.
- Record Company – Cat Productions Ltd.
- Published By – Core Music Publishing
- Pressed By – PRC Recording Company, Compton, CA
The Spirit of Radio is a song released in 1980 by the Canadian rock band Rush from their album Permanent Waves. The song's name was inspired by Toronto radio station CFNY-FM's slogan. It was significant in the growing popularity of the band, becoming their first top 30 single in Canada and reaching number 51 on the US Hot 100. It remains one of Rush's best-known songs and was a concert staple until their retirement. Текст песни: Begin the day With a friendly voice A companion, unobtrusive Plays that song that's so Spirit of Radio: Greatest Hits 19741987 is a compilation album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on February 11, 2003. It includes many of of the Radio woke up my spirit to Rush, a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Read more. 10 people found this helpful. We all love Spirit of Radio, The Trees, and Tom Sawyer, but it's hard to shake the feeling that this could've been more. 3 people found this helpful. 0 out of 5 stars Great album even if your new to Rush. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 19, 2016. Verified Purchase. So it may seem odd for Rush to release a greatest-hits collection when the group has had just one Top 40 pop singles' hit in their long career but if you factor in the amount of rock radio airplay given to these songs, then The Spirit of Radio contains, in essence, the greatest hits of Rush. Spanning their 13-year association with the Mercury label, The Spirit of Radio contains 16 of Rush's best-known songs that have been floating around the rock radio airwaves for years. The Spirit of Radio was a surprise hit for Rush in March 1980 in the UK, peaking at No. 13 in the charts. But, in fact, contrary to popular belief at the time, it wasn't Rush's first hit, as they had previously hit No. 36 in the UK in 1978 with Closer To The Heart. Few at the time realised that Rush had actually formed back in 1968 and released their bebut album in 1974 Since Rush's music was generally not Top 40 material in the UK it got little radio airplay. The Spirit of Radio. Progressive Rock. 乐队列表 Progressive Rock Rush The Spirit of Radio. Add an audio file. Band Name Rush. Album Name The Spirit of Radio. Type Single. 发布日期 1980. The Spirit of Radio could be called The Spirit of Music, Peart said in 1980. That particular song was written about a radio station that is a paragon its called CFNY-FM and its in Toronto. So I listen to it constantly when Im home, and it represents something, maybe the precious last stronghold of something. Rush recently marked the 40th anniversary of Permanent Waves with a new reissue featuring previously unreleased live material from 1980. Popular on Rolling Stone. In This Article: Rush. Want more Rolling Stone Sign up for our n. The Spirit of Radio is a song released in 1980 by Canadian rock band Rush from their album Permanent Waves. The song's name was inspired by Toronto radio station CFNY's. The song was significant in the growing popularity of the band. The band had grazed the UK Top 40 two years earlier with Closer to the Heart, but when issued as a single in March 1980, The Spirit of Radio became their breakthrough hit at the time, and soon reached number 13 on the UK singles chart. The Spirit of Radio was named one of The Rock and Roll Hall o read more. Written by Neil Peart in 1979, recorded by Rush, inspired by CFNY: As for The Spirit of Radio it was written about CFNY and all that we stood for - I was told that by the band and management before the album was released. At that time Rush and their manager discussed with me that there would be no reference officially to CFNY as it could stop other radio stations from playing the track. As a fan and supporter of Rush I agreed that would be the best plan. If you still have a vinyl disc you will find that in the centre grooves you will find the album master number is 1021