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Rush "2112" CD + DVD-Audio
Deluxe Edition

Rush "2112" , DVD-Audio

DVD-Audio :
DVD-Audio 96/24 5.1
DVD-Audio 96/24 2.0

+ Comic Book Gallery
+ Photo Gallery
+ Liners
+ Credits

CD
  1. "2112 20:34
    With acknowledgement to the genius of Ayn Rand
    I. "Overture" (0:00 - 4:33) 4:33
    II. "The Temples of Syrinx" (4:33 - 6:45) 2:12
    III. "Discovery" (Music: Lifeson) (6:45 - 10:14) 3:29
    IV. "Presentation" (Music: Lifeson) (10:14 - 13:56) 3:43
    V. "Oracle: The Dream" (13:56 - 15:56) 2:00
    VI. "Soliloquy" (15:56 - 18:17) 2:21
    VII. "Grand Finale" (18:17 - 20:34)" 2:17
  2. "A Passage To Bangkok" 3:32
  3. "The Twilight Zone" 3:16
  4. "Lessons" (Lyrics: Lifeson) 3:51
  5. "Tears" (Lyrics: Lee) 3:30
  6. "Something for Nothing" (Music: Lee) 3:59
  7. "I. Overture" (Live at Northlands Coliseum, 1981) 4:31.
  8. "II. The Temples of Syrinx" (Live at Northlands Coliseum - Edmonton, AB, Canada, June 25, 1981) 2:19.
  9. "A Passage to Bangkok" (Live at Manchester Apollo - Manchester, England, June 17, 1980) 3:57

DVD
  1. "2112 20:34
    With acknowledgement to the genius of Ayn Rand
    I. "Overture" (0:00 - 4:33) 4:33
    II. "The Temples of Syrinx" (4:33 - 6:45) 2:12
    III. "Discovery" (Music: Lifeson) (6:45 - 10:14) 3:29
    IV. "Presentation" (Music: Lifeson) (10:14 - 13:56) 3:43
    V. "Oracle: The Dream" (13:56 - 15:56) 2:00
    VI. "Soliloquy" (15:56 - 18:17) 2:21
    VII. "Grand Finale" (18:17 - 20:34)" 2:17
  2. "A Passage To Bangkok" 3:32
  3. "The Twilight Zone" 3:16
  4. "Lessons" (Lyrics: Lifeson) 3:51
  5. "Tears" (Lyrics: Lee) 3:30
  6. "Something for Nothing" (Music: Lee) 3:59

5.1 Surround Sound Mixed by Richard Chycki


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Многочастная сюита «2112» начинается с синтезаторного эффекта и барабанных сбивок, смикшированных так, что возникает ощущение, что инженер Чук кое-какие «понятия» о сведении имеет: леталки разлетелись и откликнулись в тылах. «Круто!» - подумал я и настроился на кайф. Но кайф быстренько задвинулся куда-то во фронт (в виде стерео) и едва отсвечивал тыловым эхом, либо каплющей водичкой, либо слабенько бренькающей гитаркой оттуда же. Драматическое действие сюиты несколько раз за 20+ мин. обострялось, предоставляя нам возможность пофантазировать на тему «а я бы здесь ТАК! замутил». Но это нам. А вот Чуку оно ничего не намекало, он спал, и очнулся лишь под самый финал, погоняв с минуту свой 3D-джойстик.
Всё. 6 баллов.
Вторая половина альбома – это отдельные песни и первая из них: «Переход в Банкок». Признаться, мне всегда больше нравилась именно Side 2, и было приятно услышать, что Чук уважил мои чувства, поддав угля своему микшерскому локомотиву. Тылы ожили и по громкости и по наличию в них дискретных партий инструментов. Лучше всего сделаны «Слёзы», наверное, и по меркам рассматриваемого альбома это пик (9 баллов) «мастерства» Чука.
Подводя черту, придётся с огорчением констатировать очередной провал миссии Чука-Гека, убитую возможность украсить ярким миксом недурной концепт группы Rush. Я поставлю 7 баллов, может, с плюсиком, была бы на то возможность. Однако поставить вот этот знак 10-thumbs_up.gif рука не поднимается.
Утешением может стать хороший медиа-контент, поддерживающий аудио.
Под занавес стоит привести исторические справки.

Цитата
2112
In the year 2062, a galaxy-wide war results in the union of all planets under the rule of the Red Star of the Solar Federation. By 2112, the world is controlled by the "Priests of the Temples of Syrinx," who determine the content of all reading matter, songs, pictures — every facet of life.
A man discovers an ancient guitar and learns to play his own music. Thinking he has made a wonderful discovery that will be a boon to humanity, he goes to present the guitar to the priests of the Temples, who angrily destroy it and rebuke him for unearthing one of the "silly whims" that caused the collapse of the previous civilization. He goes into hiding and dreams of a world before the Solar Federation. Upon awakening he becomes distraught and commits suicide. As he dies, another planetary battle begins resulting in the ambiguous ending "Attention all planets of the Solar Federation: We have assumed control." (This spoken section was created by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson reportedly "messing around with a tape recorder.") In the "VH1 Classic Albums" series about the album, Neil Peart confirmed that he intended the ending to be a happy one as the people of the Solar Federation are liberated.
On the album, Peart credits "the genius of Ayn Rand." Rand, a Russian-born, Jewish-American novelist and creator of the philosophy of Objectivism, wrote a novella titled Anthem(itself adopted as the title of another Rush song, from the album Fly By Night) from which Peart borrowed the broad strokes of the plot. This caused the band significant negative publicity, labelling the band as right-wing extremist, the British NME even making allusions to Nazism.
Starman emblem
The Starman emblem (also known as the 'Man in the Star' logo) was adopted by Rush fans as a logo since its first appearance on the back cover of 2112. Peart described the Starman in an interview with Creem magazine:
"All (the naked man) means is the abstract man against the masses. The red star symbolizes any collectivist mentality."
With regard to the album, the 'collectivist mentality' referred to is depicted as the Red Star of the Solar Federation, which according to the plot is a galaxy-wide confederation that controls all aspects of life during the year 2112. The figure in the emblem is depicted as being the 'Hero' of the album. Hugh Syme, the creator of many of Rush's album covers, commented on the design: "The man is the hero of the story. That he is nude is just a classic tradition...the pureness of his person and creativity without the trappings of other elements such as clothing. The red star is the evil red star of the Federation, which was one of Peart's symbols. We basically based that cover around the red star and that hero."
The logo also appears on six other Rush album covers: on the backdrop behind Peart's drumkit in All the World's a Stage, their first live album released in 1976; in one of the pictures that is being moved in Moving Pictures; on Retrospective 1; on Archives, a compilation album released in 1978; on their 1981 live album Exit...Stage Left, in the background amongst symbols from all their previous work; on their 2003 compilation The Spirit of Radio; and on their 2004 covers album Feedback. It is also featured on the Canada Post stamp honoring Rush issued July 19, 2013. It also was featured on the front bass drum heads of Neil's from 1977–83 and again on the 2004 R30 Tour.


Цитата
2112 (pronounced "twenty-one twelve") is the fourth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush.
Released in 1976, the album features the seven-part title suite written by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson, with lyrics written by Neil Peart telling a dystopian story set in the year 2112. The album is sometimes described as a concept album although the songs on the second side are unrelated to the plot of the suite. Rush repeated this arrangement on the 1978 album Hemispheres.
2112 is one of two Rush albums listed in 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die (the other being Moving Pictures). In 2006, a poll of Planet Rock listeners picked 2112 as the definitive Rush album. In 2012, the album came in at #2 on Rolling Stone's list of 'Your Favorite Prog Rock Albums of All Time', as voted for in a reader's poll, being one of three Rush albums included on the list (the others being Moving Pictures and Hemispheres).[2]
The Toronto dates of the 2112 tour were recorded and released as All the World's a Stage in September 1976.
A deluxe edition of the album was released in 2012 as both a CD/DVD and a CD/Blu-ray. The CD featured the entire album remastered, as well as three live bonus tracks from their 1981 concert at Northlands Coliseum. The DVD and Blu-ray included the audio of the album in three different HD formats, as well as on-screen lyrics, liner notes, and a digital comic book depicting the story of the title track.




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