Rush st on moon


Rush - ST

Format: LP
Label: Moon MN 100, Mercury SRM 1-1011
Year: 1974
Origin: Willowdale, Ontario, 🇨🇦
Genre: rock
Value of Original Title: $900.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: $1000 Record Club, Top 50 Collector Albums, MOCM Top 1000 Canadian Albums


Side 1

Track Name
Finding My Way
Need Some Love
Take a Friend
Here Again

Side 2

Track Name
What You're Doing
In the Mood
Before and After
Working Man



Rush - Rush on Moon


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Rush st on moon



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Since their formation in 1969, it took the original members of Rush, Alex, Geddy and John Rutsey, (Neil Peart’s predecessor) 5 years for this great debut album to be released. Unable to secure a record company deal, the band decided to form their own record label called Moon Records. The record was recorded at Eastern Sound Studios in 1973 and remixed in Toronto by Terry Brown. Only 3,500 copies were pressed world-wide before Rush hit the big time by securing a record contract with Mercury Records. This great album was then re-issued on the more common blue Mercury label. The original Moon Records pressing has the red coloured Rush logo. The later pressings on Mercury and Anthem have the more familiar pink Rush logo. The album in pristine condition can sell for as much as $900.00 and is one of the most sought-out slabs of Canadian vinyl on the planet.

Geddy Lee: lead vocals and bass
Alex Lifeson: guitar and vocals
John Rutsey: drums and percussion


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