What many consider to be the finest work of Rush's "synth" period, "Grace Under Pressure" is an album with a very dystopian feel. And not just in the lyrics of the songs (penned by Neil Peart as always). The synths used have a very wide, echoey sound to them, as if they're being played in the middle of a vast, faceless city.
Although many people shun Rush's 80s albums from pushing Alex Lifeson's guitars out of the spotlight, "Grace Under Pressure" is still a great album with a great sound. Be sure to check out "Distant Early Warning" and "Kid Gloves".
Mp3, 320 kbps
Labels: -Canada, *Prog, *Synthrock, /320 kbps, #1984, +Full-Length, Rush