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Rush - Roll The Bones Album

Rush - Roll The Bones Album Performer: Rush
Title: Roll The Bones
Style: Hard Rock, Prog Rock
Category: Rock
Date of release: 1991
Size MP3: 2479 mb
Size FLAC: 2276 mb
Rating: 4.5

Tracklist

Ghost Of A Chance5:19
Dreamline4:36
Roll The Bones5:30
Heresy5:26
Neurotica4:40
The Big Wheel5:13
You Bet Your Life5:00
Bravado4:35
Where's My Thing? (Part IV, "Gangster Of Boats" Trilogy)3:49
Face Up3:54

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ANK-1064Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album)Anthem ANK-1064Canada1991
82293Rush 82293 ‎(Cass, Album, Adv)Atlantic82293US1991
AMCY-286Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic, Anthem AMCY-286Japan1991
7567-82293-2, 7 82293-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic, Anthem 7567-82293-2, 7 82293-2US1991
7567-82293-2, 7567-82293-2YSRush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic, Atlantic, Anthem 7567-82293-2, 7567-82293-2YSEurope1991
7 82293-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-2US1991
782293-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic, Anthem 782293-2Brazil1991
7 82293-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, ARC)Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-2US1991
7 82293-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Club)Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-2US1991
7 82293-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Club)Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-2US1991
7 82293-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Club)Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-2US1991
CANK 1064Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Club)Anthem CANK 1064Canada1991
CANK 1064, CANK-1064, ANK-1064Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Club, RE)Anthem , Anthem , Anthem CANK 1064, CANK-1064, ANK-1064Canada1991
AMCY-286Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Atlantic, Anthem AMCY-286Japan1991
ANT-1064Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album)Anthem ANT-1064Canada1991
7567-82293-4, WX 436CRush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album)Atlantic, Anthem 7567-82293-4, WX 436CEurope1991
7 82293-4, 82293-4Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album)WEA, WEA7 82293-4, 82293-4Indonesia1991
7 82293-4, 82293-4Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album)Atlantic, Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-4, 82293-4US1991
7 82293-4, 82293-4Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album)Atlantic, Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-4, 82293-4US1991
198029Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album)Atlantic198029Chile1991
CANT 1064Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Club)Anthem CANT 1064Canada1991
7 82293-4Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Club)Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-4US1991
MG 1408Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)MG Records MG 1408Poland1991
noneRush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Avesta noneBulgaria1991
670.9392Rush Roll The Bones ‎(LP, Album)Atlantic670.9392Brazil1991
7567-82293-1Rush Roll The Bones ‎(LP, Album)Atlantic, Anthem 7567-82293-1Europe1991
1594Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Takt Music1594Poland1992
756782293-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP)Atlantic756782293-2Brazil2002
ANMD 1064Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Anthem ANMD 1064Canada2004
83737-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Atlantic, Anthem 83737-2US2004
83737-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Atlantic, Anthem 83737-2Argentina2004
7567-83737-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Atlantic, Anthem 7567-83737-2Europe2004
756783737-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP)Atlantic, Anthem 756783737-2Brazil2004
83737-2Rush Roll the Bones ‎(CD, RE, RM)Atlantic Recording Corporation, Anthem Entertainment83737-2US2004
AFZ 116Rush Roll The Bones ‎(HDCD, Album, Ltd, Num, RM, 24K)Audio Fidelity AFZ 116US2011
AFZ 116Rush Roll The Bones ‎(HDCD, Mixed, RM, TP, Ref)Audio Fidelity AFZ 116US2011
WPCR-14994Rush = ラッシュ Rush = ラッシュ - Roll The Bones = ロール・ザ・ボーンズ ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM)Atlantic, Anthem WPCR-14994Japan2013
R1 83737Rush Roll The Bones ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, 200)Atlantic, Anthem R1 83737USA & Canada2015
noneRush Roll The Bones ‎(10xFile, AAC, Album, RM, 256)Anthem noneUnknown
7 82293-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-2USUnknown
ANK-1064Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Club)Anthem ANK-1064CanadaUnknown
7567-82293-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP)Atlantic, Anthem 7567-82293-2EuropeUnknown
noneRush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RM, Unofficial)Not On LabelnoneRussiaUnknown
7567-83737-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RM, Unofficial)Atlantic , Anthem 7567-83737-2RussiaUnknown
7 82293-2Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RP)Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-2USUnknown
7 82293-2, noneRush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Atlantic , ООО "Даймонд СД"7 82293-2, noneRussiaUnknown
7567-82293-4Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album)Warner Music Poland7567-82293-4PolandUnknown
ANT-1064Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Dol)Anthem ANT-1064CanadaUnknown
0680Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Elbo0680PolandUnknown

Album

Roll the Bones is the fourteenth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released September 3, 1991 on Anthem Records. The band began working on Roll the Bones after a brief creative hiatus following the tour promoting their previous release, Presto. Roll the Bones was a return to commercial success for the band, reaching No. 3 in the United States, No. 10 in the UK, and No. 11 in Canada. Between 1991 and 1992, six songs from the album were released as singles. The album won a Juno Award for Best. Roll The Bones - Rush. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Roll the Bones. September 1991. 14th Studio Recording. Roll The Bones, the bands 14th studio record, was recorded once again at Le Studio in Morin-Heights, Quebec and McClear Place in Toronto, Ontario. Rupert Hine returned as co-producer, after previously producing Presto. Roll the Bones has a taste of rap, a bit of funk, and a bigger groove than fans expected from Rush at the time. Geddy, after the recording of the album, said: Im pleased with the way the band has been able to streamline the sound over the past couple of records. I think its a positive change. Im also pleased with the way weve been able to utilize a stronger sense of melody and vocal harmony. Rush Album-Roll The Bones 1991 Dreamline Bravado Roll The Bones Face Up Where's My Thing Part IV Gangster of Boats Trilogy The Big Wheel Heresy - Roll The Bones 1991. To favorites 5 Download album. Listen album. Progressive Rock. Songs in album Rush - Roll The Bones 1991. Rush - Dreamline. Rush - Bravado. Rush - Roll the Bones. согласен, ни чего интересного. Много музыкального всплеска - слух режет. хотя это и успеху для группы, достигнув позиций 3 в США, 10 в Великобритании, и 11 в Канаде. В период с 1991 по 1992 год шесть песен с альбома были выпущены в качестве синглов. Как-то так. Rush - Roll The Bones 1991. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Roll the Bones . CD Album. Because we're here Roll the bones Roll the bones. Why does it happen Because it happens Roll the bones Roll the bones. Faith is cold as ice Why are little ones born only to suffer For the want of immunity Or a bowl of rice . Album 1991 10 Songs. Roll the Bones Remastered. Rock the Bones. Released September 3, 1991. Roll the Bones Tracklist. Dreamline Lyrics. The main character, unhappy, unsympathetic, and alienated from domestic life, goes out to drink and gamble. He gets a little more than he expected, but comes away with a new zest for life, and even a little more appreciation for home and family. Sometimes, living means taking risks. Other times, we choose to take risks, to feel more alive. Roll the Bones Q&A. From a lyrical perspective, 1991's Roll the Bones is quite possibly Rush's darkest album most of the songs deal with death in no uncertain terms, but from a musical point of view, the record treads territory highbrow melodic hard rock similar to its recent predecessors, with only a few surprises thrown in for good measure

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The role also requires pitching national news from Russia on a regular basis. Подробне: . Rush was a Canadian rock band consisting of Geddy Lee bass, vocals, keyboards, Alex Lifeson guitars, and Neil Peart drums, percussion, lyricist. Formed in 1968, the band went through several configurations until arriving at its longest and classic lineup when Peart replaced original drummer John Rutsey in July 1974, two weeks before the group's first tour of the United States. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group. Producer, Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Rush Producer, Studio Personnel, Mix Engineer, Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Terry Brown Studio Personnel, Engineer: Paul Northfield Studio Personnel, Best Of Rush Live Vol. 2019 Live. The Best Of Rush Live Vol. Here Again. WaterTower Music. Catalog . Rush, film score. Work Title. Track Listing. Hans Zimmer. Merrilee Rush born on 26 January 1944, is an American singer, best known for her recording of the song Angel of the Morning, a Top 10 song which earned her a Grammy nomination for Female Vocalist Of The Year in 1968. She grew up in the north end of Seattle, Washington, USA. As a child, she studied classical piano for 10 years. Unlimited free Rush music - Click to play Tom Sawyer, Limelight and whatever else you want Rush was a Canadian rock band made up of Geddy Lee bass, vocals, keyboards, Alex Lifeson guitars. Rush was a Canadian rock band made up of Geddy Lee bass, vocals, keyboards, Alex Lifeson guitars, and Neil Peart drums, percussion, lyrics. Formed in 1968, the band went through several configurations until arriving at its longest and most popular line-up when Peart replaced original drummer John Rutsey in July 1974, two weeks before th . CDs Music All Categories Antiques Art Baby Books Business & Industrial Cameras & Photo Cell Phones & Accessories Clothing, Shoes & Accessories Coins & Paper Money Collectibles ComputersTablets & Networking Consumer Electronics Crafts Dolls & Bears DVDs & Movies Entertainment Memorabilia Gift Cards & Coupons Health & Beauty Home & Garden Jewelry & Watches Music Musical Instruments & Gear Pet Supplies Pottery & Glass Real Estate Specialty Services Sporting Goods Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop. На странице Вы можете бесплатно скачать любые альбомы и сборники песен группы Rush в mp3 качестве без регистрации и смс

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User reviews
Anen
very nice remastered reissue. sounds just like a record should.
Kearanny
This confirms what I originally suspected back in 1991. "Roll The Bones" was the 1st Rush album NOT to be released on vinyl in the US. That's why my vinyl Rush releases stop at "Presto". Great album that is moving them back to their guitar, bass and drums foundation, before synthesizers took over.
Nalmetus
I already know what the songs sound like (and on this re-issue version, they all sound sooo beautiful, crisp and sharp and clear) but I also want to talk about the packaging, because that is what impressed me the most. Thank you for putting it all on one disc! (For some reason, having only 3 sides and leaving the 4th side empty just seems like such a waste. it feels incomplete) The material they chose for the cover is amazing! This nice glossy sleeve is perfect. The inner sleeve is so smooth and fresh too. I love new vinyl so much. This is a beautiful album to have on vinyl with that cover design by Hugh Syme
Blackseeker
Spreading this out onto 2 disks (and at 45 rpm) would have sounded a LOT better.
Ohatollia
ytsejam58 I already know what the songs sound like (and on this re-issue version, they all sound sooo beautiful, crisp and sharp and clear) but I also want to talk about the packaging, because that is what impressed me the most. Thank you for putting it all on one disc! (For some reason, having only 3 sides and leaving the 4th side empty just seems like such a waste. it feels incomplete) The material they chose for the cover is amazing! This nice glossy sleeve is perfect. The inner sleeve is so smooth and fresh too. I love new vinyl so much. This is a beautiful album to have on vinyl with that cover design by Hugh Syme You know, its a reason why they put it on 3 sides. It gives the grooves bigger room, so the record sounds better. I love that they did that on Counterparts and Test For Echo. I wish they did it on all these new releases!
Danskyleyn
Mine comes in a long box cardboard package.
Vareyma
The rap in the title track is excruciating. Roll The Bones is an album that I could easily live without. Most of it sounds like bland filler ("Face Up", "Ghost Of A Chance", "You Bet Your Life"); others I find start strongly (or at least interestingly), but just aren't that great ("Bravado", "Neurotica") and the gambling motif that punctuates the entire thing gets wearisome very quickly.
Fordg
yeah, this album sucks hard - everything after Rush - Moving Pictures is not worth listening to - ever. most folks that like this crap haven't heard the first five (gotta include Rush - All The World's A Stage)
Lyrtois
Over production, crap name for poor intstrumental track, & soppy lighter-waving "ballad(s)" make for possibly Rush's worst album.
mr.Mine
any idea how valuable this is ? not that i am willing to sell hahah
Negal
I just have to say that this album starts Rush off on a new bang in the 90's. Now first off, if you do not like variety, this album is not a good one for you. Because every song on this decent album is somewhat different from the rest. That's what I like about this album: variety. Sure, Geddy tries stuffing as much new synth sounds as he can, but don't let that get your hopes down about the album. Eventually, if you take a liking to the album, you can actually sing every song because the lyrics are easy to pick up. Luck be dammed on this album, if that's what it's all about. These songs can apply to most situations.Dreamline: If you listen to the other songs on this album, then Dreamline doesn't sound like it belongs. Never fear, the riff master is here. Alex starts us off with some muted, quick notes and then the crashing sound of the song. The lyrics make no absolute sense, but with a name like "Dreamline", what's to be expected? If you can get past this song, you're good.Bravado: Slow song, but lyrics that are sad. Peart's drumming reminds me of Red Sector A. There is not much to say about this song, except that it carries on the spirit of the Presto album. It sounds like a song that came from that album and even sounds like The Pass Mk. II.Roll the Bones: The best thing about this song is Geddy's rap as an interlude in the song–something completely new that he has never done before. Some snyth sweeps and simple riffs. The song is "VERY" repetitive though, especially the chorus.Face Up: We open with some Peart drumming and then some staccato synth, but the fast pace of this song never lets up. The chorus section us just mind-grabbing. You can't help yourself but sing along.Where's My Thing?: Instrumentals, yay! This follows a similar structure throughout the song, but is enjoyable. The instrumentals that succeed this album follow patterns.The Big Wheel: Now for those of you that don't like intense synth, this is not for you. This song is very popish almost, but sounds like a sweet ballad–well, at least the chorus section is. Alex's guitar work on this song is great.Heresy: Morbid. The snare military drum march in the beginning opens this song... The song is calm and cooling, but Geddy's singing is mostly spoken and solemn, speaking of the demise of the USSR.Ghost of a Chance: This section of the album, following Heresy is mostly sad songs. This one definitely comes from Peart's heart. If you don't pay close attention, you won't really hear Alex's playing. Geddy's singing here goes into doubletracking, which happens with the rest of this album...Neurotica: This song is very funky, and very groovy. The chorus is the most enticing part, "Oooh ooh ohoh". The lyrics are easy to follow and the song overall just feels good to sing along to.You Bet Your Life: Finally Peart, some more intense drumming. This song is fun to follow along with, especially the choruses and the prechoruses. Geddy's singing is awesome on this song, and so is Alex's strumming. Vocal layering is prevalent here, but is awesome to listen to, especially the chorus with Geddy's backing vocals listing all these type of people and occupations. Luck played into the lyrics about "Odds get even", you can't tell if this is a positive song or not. A good fade out to close the album on a high note.If you don't have this album, seriously get it. There is much to enjoy on this album. 4.5 points.
Jorad
The spoken rap section in the song "Roll The Bones" was done by Neil Peart, not Geddy Lee. He stated that in an interview.