Red Barchetta - Rush - Exit...Stage Left (Laserdisc, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Exit Stage Left on Discogs/5(3).
  2. Exit Stage Left by Rush Extra tracks, Live, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered edition () Audio CD.
  3. Stage Left, the band’s second live album, was recorded at The Apollo in Glasgow, Scotland on June 10th & 11th, and at The Forum in Montreal, Quebec in March 27th, A video release with the same name, with slightly different content, was released in on VHS and later on Laserdisc.
  4. Red Barchetta [Exit Stage Left] Lyrics: My uncle has a country place, that no-one knows about / He says it used to be a farm, before the Motor Law / Sundays I elude the ‘Eyes’, and hop the.
  5. A brilliant red Barchetta, from a better, vanished time Fire up the willing engine, responding with a roar! Tires spitting gravel, I commit my weekly crime Wind in my hair – Shifting and drifting – Mechanical music Adrenalin surge – Well-weathered leather Hot metal and oil The scented country air Sunlight on chrome The blur of the.
  6. Listen free to Rush – Exit Stage Left (The Spirit of Radio, Red Barchetta and more). 13 tracks (). Exit Stage Left is a live album by Canadian band Rush, released in A video release with the same name, with slightly different content, was released in on VHS and later on Laserdisc, and in on DVD. The album was voted 9th best live album of all time in a poll by.
  7. "Red Barchetta" itself repeatedly "fixes" its temporal complications at the ends of many sections. In the exciting passage that most closely approximates the feeling of speeding, unhindered, down an empty road (when the protagonist "commits his weekly crime", ), the music is filled with syncopated accents that keep thrusting us britpop.fivegallonbucket.netinfo: Progressive rock, hard rock.
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  9. For those who have heard it, "Red Barchetta", off Rush's album Moving Pictures, is probably one of the best and most iconic songs about driving and being a motoring enthusiast. The song is about a young man living in a dystopian future where cars have been outlawed. The young protagonist narrates a story of how he regularly sneaks outside the fences that surround his city to an abandoned.

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