The release of three Rush box sets is more than enough for fans to celebrate, but you might want to hold the confetti for a moment! It turns out that there is a problem with discs in both the Sector 1 and Sector 2 boxes.

A statement issued on the band's website states : "We are aware of some slight technical issues surrounding the CD of ‘Fly By Night’ inside the Sector 1 box set release and the DVD for ‘A Farewell To Kings’ inside the Sector 2 box set that some fans are experiencing. It stems from a production flaw and it is currently being addressed. As soon as production is completed a formal announcement of how to replace the discs will follow shortly. Please be aware that there may be a time delay in shipping and receiving the disc and we sincerely apologize for this inconvenience – Geddy, Alex & Neil"

Issued just last month, the 'Sector' series contains remastered editions of the band's entire Mercury Records catalog. Sector 1 features the band's first 4 studio albums as well as the classic live recording 'All The World's A Stage'. Sector 2 covers all the ground from 1977 through 1981, including the landmark breakthrough 'Moving Pictures', while Sector 3 wraps things up from 'Signals' up through their 3rd live release,'A Show Of Hands'.

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