Rush fans itching to hear the soon-to-be-released remastered version of their 2002 studio album "Vapor Trails" can get chance to preview the legendary Canuck power trio's release online.
According to a news release posted Sept. 27 at Rush.com, the 2013 Hall of Fame inductees have temporarily made the full remix of the album available for streaming online.
Rush frontman Geddy Lee describes Grammy-winning producer David Bottrill's remastering of "Vapor Trails" as a needful thing, writing, "He understood what it should sound like," he says, "so I'm very pleased with the end result. I think he's finally brought some completion and some justice to some of those songs we'd put so much of our heart and soul into."
Fans can listen to the entire album for a limited time and also check out Lee's thoughts on the remix at RollingStone.com.
The remastered "Vapor Trails" can be purchased individually or as part of a 7-disc boxed set titled "The Studio Albums 1989-2007." The boxed set will include Rush's full album catalogue from Atlantic Records, dating back to their 1989 album "Presto" through their and 2007's "Snakes & Arrows."
Set to hit shelves Sept. 30, both the box set and individual "Vapor Trails" remaster are available for pre-order on CD and on 180g vinyl.
See Rush.com for more details.
Did you know? Rush will also release “Clockwork Angels Live" on Blu-ray/DVD /CD on Nov 19.