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It took almost four decades for critics to come around to Rush. But their fans figured it out a long time ago: The Canadian trio is all kinds of awesome. It did take a few years for the band to find its footing. But on 1976’s ‘2112’ they achieved a well-honed balance of sci-fi storytelling, complicated song structures and massive heaviness. This didn’t always sit well with critics, who found their music and, especially, lyrics pretentious and heavy-handed. Rush lightened up a bit on 1980’s ‘Permanent Waves’ and the 1981 milestone ‘Moving Pictures’ (which includes the band’s best-ever set of songs) and spent the next 20 years recording and touring for a dedicated and seemingly never-subsiding fan base. By the 2010s, thanks to a well-earned documentary, Rush won over even the harshest critics and earned a spot in the Rock and Roll of Fame.

Rush Unveil Forgotten Song From 1974 With Original Drummer

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Rush have uncovered one of their early, and seemingly forgotten, songs for their upcoming career-spanning video box set 'R40.'

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Rush Plan to Hit the Road Next Spring

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

To celebrate 40 years of making music with drummer Neil Peart, Rush plan to hit the road next year for a new tour.

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Alex Lifeson Talks About the ‘Staying Power’ of ’70s Rock

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Former Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung recently told us that classic rock died in 1979, and even if you dispute his timeline, there's no getting around the decade's hold on fans of the genre.

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Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson Auction Rush Memorabilia for Charity

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Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson have dipped into their personal collections in order to give Rush fans a chance to own pieces of the band's history while supporting a great cause.

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Watch Sebastian Bach Cover Rush and Chicago With Alex Lifeson, Robby Krieger and Tommy Thayer

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Robby Krieger knows how to throw an all-star concert in style.

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Rush, Kiss and Alice Cooper Play Golf Together – Pic of the Week

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We all know Alice Cooper loves to spend his downtime on the golf course -- and if this photo is anything to go by, he tends to keep some fairly famous company while he's hitting the links.

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Rush Release Trailer and Bonus Details for Upcoming ‘R40′ Box

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Ethan Miller, Getty Images

More details are emerging about the bonus material included with a new DVD/Blu-ray box focusing on Rush's most recent concert films.

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Rush Releasing 40th Anniversary Blu-ray Box

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Rush are giving fans a hi-def treat for their 40th anniversary.

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Motorhead’s Motorheads Vs. Rush’s Rush: Hard Rock Football League

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Motorhead's Motorheads take on Rush's Rush in the quarterfinals of our Hard Rock Football League championship -- and your votes decide the winner!

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ZZ Top’s Eliminators vs. Rush’s Rush – Hard Rock Football League, Round One

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ZZ Top's Texas Eliminators face Rush's Toronto Rush in round one of the first-ever Hard Rock Football League championship.

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