Time Stand Still - Rush - Hold Your Fire (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Hold Your Fire is the twelfth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on September 8, It was recorded at The Manor Studio in Oxfordshire, Ridge Farm Studio in Surrey, Air Studios in Montserrat and McClear Place in Toronto. Hold Your Fire was the last Rush studio album released outside Canada by PolyGram/Mercury. 'Til Tuesday bassist and vocalist Aimee Mann contributed Genre: New wave, progressive rock.
  2. The album starts off with Force Ten - a strong rocking example of heavy bass, powerful percussions and quick guitar work. Rumor has it that this was the last track written for the album. And since it made up the 10th track, it was called, appropriately, Force Ten. Gotta love Rush's naming technique:) 2. Time Stand Still.
  3. Rush Lyrics "Time Stand Still" I turn my back to the wind To catch my breath Who learns to transcend Learns to live as if each step was the end (Time stand still) I'm not looking back But I want to look around me now (Time stand still) See more of the people and the places that surround me now album: "Hold Your Fire" () Force Ten.
  4. Hold Your Fire, an Album by Rush. Released in on Mercury (catalog no. Q-1; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Progressive Rock.
  5. The Hold Your Fire tour was the backdrop for the live concert performance featured in the A Show of Hands video release. In , the band released an audio album of the same name.
  6. Jun 21,  · Page 3 of 3 - Your Rush Album Firsts - posted in Rush: What were some of your Rush album purchasing firsts from the questions below? 1: First Rush Album You Bought? 2: The Rush Album That Got You Hooked? Exit Stage Left 3: First Rush Studio Album You Bought? 4: First Rush Live Album You Bought? Exit Stage Left 5: First Rush Compilation You Bought?
  7. Aug 08,  · Hold Your Fire was the first Rush album I got on CD. I also got the cassette as well. I liked the album but I gotta admit that I almost moved on from Rush at that time because I was into heavier stuff like Metallica, Slayer, Maiden etc. But when I really sat down and listened to the album there was some really great intricate playing on the album.
  8. Actually, I think “Time Stand Still” went to pop radio while “Force Ten” went to album rock radio around the same time. Anyway, the important thing is that this article is great. Power Windows and Hold Your Fire are my two favorite Rush albums, without question! Like Like.
  9. Jul 29,  · "Time Stand Still," Hold Your Fire Counterparts delved into hard rock unlike any previous Rush album, but there is still a little bit of the If you first bought Caress of Steel on cassette.

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