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3.8 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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  • Directors: Rush
  • Format: Box set, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 6
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Universal Music Canada
  • Release Date: Nov. 17 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00NJADEJM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,185 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Format: Blu-ray
The DVD has extra's that the Blu-rays do not

All told, R40 comprises 10 DVDs or 6 BD; there are, however, minor variations in the track listings of the Rush in Rio and R30 programs. Both formats are housed in a 52-page hardcover book illustrated with memorabilia and photographs documenting these past 40 years of Rush live in concert. This celebration of all things Rush is available on November 11 from Rounder Records and can be pre-ordered at the links below!
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There has been much controversy over this box set, so I waited until I received my copy before leaving any feedback. First off the book it self is very well made, it has a sturdy spin and some neat pictures, the only draw back is how the discs are held in the book, the discs are in a pocket sleeve style holder, which I don't like as it can be a pain to get the discs out. As for the six (6) discs I took the time to watch one or two songs per disc to see if there was any additional work done on the picture or sound as there were previous issues with both aspects. As for the video It seems as though additional work has be done as I find the video has more detail than previous, but more so than the picture was the sound. For Rush in Rio the sound track is now Dolby True HD over Dolby Digital, this improvement brings forth additional detail in the music and with the crowds, as for the Time Machine Tour, Snakes and Arrows,and R30 the sound is more "alive" and "vibrant" than before. Clockwork Angels was quite the surprise though as you can now hear the string section in more detail than before, which was a nice bonus. As for the bonus disc of Rush live in 1974, 1976 and 1997 Dolby True HD was used again other than on the 1974 concert. It seems to me a conscious effort was made by Rounder Records, Management of Rush and the band to deliver a quality item.....so kudos to them.I know these concerts have been released before and paying for the same item does not make financial sense, but for those that want to experience each concert in its rejuvenated state I would say go ahead and spend the money, getting the bonus disc is the icing on the cake....I am a huge Rush fan and was skeptical when the R40 box set was announced as I read so many critical reviews of what was to come, having bought the box set I for one have no regrets......
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By Gis A. Bun TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Dec 12 2014
Format: Blu-ray
I'm really not happy with this release. It is so sloppy. While the packaging is nice, majority of the fans will probably have all of what is included except Rush In Rio [never released before on Blu-ray] and the bonus disc. is it worth spending $110+ on 2 discs? Then you have other variations such as R30 has additional concert footage [about 60 minutes worth] that wasn't on the original DVD. But in reverse, there are some DVD extras that never made it into the package.
This box set comprises of the "modern" era - so nothing from prior [to Rio] is included. Suggestion to in include Exit Stage Left makes little sense as it's about 15 years prior to Rio. Then what about A Show of Hands? I'm sure the X3 set will be on Blu-ray one point.
To make things even worse, the Rush store has an additional disc of even more extras.
I would of given this 5 stars easily for the music but the content seriously drops it.
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Received in a descent time frame. Very pleased.
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It Rush....what is there not to like??
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Yes, yes, yes. We are all fans of Rush. Knowing that they are heading for retirement, it certainly makes sense to pad the back account. However, the fact that "the fans" are fanatical and it creeps Neil Peart out, I can understand that aspect. However, the thing that I find most abhorring is the way it is acceptable to embrace and take advantage of the fanaticism by releasing a box set that contains virtually all the same material their "fans" already have and only add in one bonus disc of never-before-seen material and at an appalling price to boot. If this package was half the price I would certainly be tempted to pick it up ( come on, we have all bought blank DVD's and CD's, and they do not cost much at all).
As it stands, it is not a "good value" for the diehards that already have all the previously released stuff.
I will simply wait for its release and wait for someone to post the vintage material on youtube. Besides, if it were really that great, it would have been released along time ago. These marketing people know that the diehards will find even the most lousy sounding bootlegs (not to say it will be lousy)irresistible and wet themselves trying to get it.
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