Signals

RushSeptember 9, 1982
Rock℗ 1982 Anthem Records Inc.
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Signals is the ninth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in September 1982 by Anthem Records. After the release of their previous album, Moving Pictures, the band started to prepare material for a follow-up during soundchecks on their 1981 concert tour and during the mixing of their subsequent live album Exit...Stage Left. Signals demonstrates the group continuing with the use of synthesizers, sequencers, and other electronic instrumentation. It is their last album produced by their longtime associate Terry Brown, who had worked with them since 1974.
The album peaked at No. 1 in Canada, No. 3 in the United Kingdom, and No. 10 in the United States. In November 1982, the album was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for selling one million copies in the United States. Rush released five singles from the album: "New World Man", which became their highest charting single in the United States, "Subdivisions", "The Analog Kid", "The Weapon", and "Countdown". The group supported Signals with a concert tour from April 1982 to May 1983.

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Songs
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Subdivisions5:34
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The Analog Kid4:48
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Chemistry4:58
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Digital Man6:22
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The Weapon6:24
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New World Man3:43
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Losing It4:53
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Countdown5:50
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Total length
42:34
Released
January 1, 1982
Label
℗ 1982 Anthem Records Inc.
File type
MP3
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Via Google Play Music app on Android v4+, iOS v7+, or by exporting MP3 files to your computer and playing on any MP3 compatible music player
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