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Sealed 2023 180gm remastered reissue. DMM pressing. Not factory sealed, housed in a resealable outer with silver-foil hype sticker. "Signals" is the ninth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in 1982. The album marked a shift in the band's sound, moving towards a more synthesizer-heavy sound and incorporating elements of new wave and reggae music.

One of the most notable tracks on the album is "Subdivisions", which explores the theme of feeling like an outsider in a conformist society. The song's haunting synths and emotional lyrics struck a chord with fans and helped propel the album to mainstream success.

Another standout track is "The Analog Kid", which showcases the band's virtuosic musicianship and features an epic guitar solo by Alex Lifeson.

Interestingly, the album's cover art features a binary code message that reads "red sector A", which is also the title of a track on the band's next album, "Grace Under Pressure". This subtle nod to the future demonstrates the band's forward-thinking approach to their music and their willingness to experiment and evolve with each new release.

Overall, "Signals" marked a pivotal moment in the band's career and is widely regarded as one of their best and most influential albums. Its innovative sound and thought-provoking lyrics continue to inspire and resonate with fans to this day.

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  • Artist: Rush
  • Genre: Rock
  • Type: New - LP
  • Label: Anthem
  • Catalog ID: B0022383-01
  • Condition:
    Mint (M)
    Near Mint (NM or M-)
  • Country ID: US
  • SKU: 179924