|1. Tom Sawyer|
|2. Red Barchetta|
|5. The Camera Eye|
|6. Witch Hunt|
|7. Vital Signs|
|1. Tom Sawyer (Audiophile 5.1 Surround and Stereo)|
|2. Red Barchetta (Audiophile 5.1 Surround and Stereo)|
|3. YYZ (Audiophile 5.1 Surround and Stereo)|
|4. Limelight (Audiophile 5.1 Surround and Stereo)|
|5. The Camera Eye (Audiophile 5.1 Surround and Stereo)|
|6. Witch Hunt (Audiophile 5.1 Surround and Stereo)|
|7. Vital Signs (Audiophile 5.1 Surround and Stereo)|
|8. Tom Sawyer (Music Video - 5.1 & Stereo)|
|9. Limelight (Music Video - 5.1 & Stereo)|
|10. Vital Signs (Music Video - 5.1 & Stereo - Previously Unreleased)|
Deluxe 30th Anniversary two disc (CD + Blu-Ray) edition of this classic album. includes a bonus Blu-Ray disc. Alongside a remastered version of the album, the Blu-Ray features the album and three music videos in both a stunning 5.1 surround sound mix supervised by the band's Alex Lifeson using the original multi-tracks and in newly remastered stereo from the original analog master tapes. The Blu-ray format will boast the 5.1 surround sound and stereo audio in 96kHz124-bit high-resolution audiophile playback which offers 256 times more resolution than CD audio, providing the listener with the closest experience you can have to what the artists hear in the studio. The Moving Pictures experience has never sounded better or been more moving. Also included in the package is an extensive gallery with previously unreleased photos from the original recording sessions, new liner notes by renowned music journalist David Fricke and 30th anniversary artwork by original album designer Hugh Syme.
With Moving Pictures, Rush's complex songwriting and musical virtuosity reached new heights. It's that rarest of creatures, a highly listenable progressive-rock album; even the all-instrumental "YYZ" is of interest to listeners besides musicians. The highlight of the album is "Limelight"; like many progressive-rock bands, Rush writes songs about the experience of being on-stage. The result is impressive, with almost orchestral arrangements that never overwhelm the actual music. "Tom Sawyer," another classic, is on this album, as well as the science-fiction-meets-road-movie "Red Barchetta," the epic "The Camera Eye," the cautionary "Witch Hunt," and "Vital Signs," which takes advantage of the budding digital sound technology available at the time the album was recorded. This is probably Rush's best album; it's definitely their most accessible. --Genevieve Williams --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.
This record is a five-star classic, a masterpiece, that was destroyed by the 1997 remastering. Loud, compressed and unlistenable. Read morePublished 19 days ago by David Koehler
The DTS master audio mix is one of the best I've ever listen to.
This and 2112 DTS is a must.
Fast shipping, Great packaging, Outstanding product, Highly Recommended! ★★★★★Published 6 months ago by WH Brooks
I get that this is generally considered to be Rush's best record. It is, without a doubt, their commercial high water mark, but it is far from being their best disc. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jay Davies
One of Rush's best albums. A shame that side B does not get played, as some excellent songs on there. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Delroy