Watch The Official Visualizer Of RUSH’s “The Analog Kid”
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A visualizer video for “The Analog Kid,” first published in 1982, has been produced by Canadian rock superstars Rush to coincide with the release of their 40th-anniversary box set, Signals.
Copies of the reissue may be ordered in advance of its April 28 release on UMe/Mercury and Anthem Records. There will be a Super Deluxe Edition, LP Picture Disc Edition, and Dolby Atmos Digital Edition of the collection to choose from. Furthermore, Neil Peart’s hand-drawn lyrical illustrations will be immortalized in lithograph form in a special Super Deluxe box set version of the album.
After the massive success of Rush’s 1981 album Moving Pictures, the band released Signals, which featured the hit songs “New World Man,” “Subdivisions,” and “Countdown.” The album debuted at No. 1 in Canada, No. 3 in the United Kingdom, and No. 10 in the United States. In November of 1982, the RIAA certified the album platinum since it had sold one million copies in the United States.
The group’s eighth studio album was recorded with producer Terry Brown at Le Studio in Morin-Heights, Quebec, and its technology-embracing riffs and rhythms continued their progressive trajectory throughout the constantly evolving 1980s musical scene.
You can check out the music video here.