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RUSH

Clockwork Angels Tour

(Anthem Film & Television Productions Inc.)

Reviewed by : Martin Popoff
Rating : 9.0

You know, at this point in the life of RUSH and their superlative run of lush, cinematic DVDs what is there left to prove? Clockwork Angels Tour is simply more quality live material, with nice touches, like the sound check intro, the usual short film to kick off the show and... man, to kick the party off proper, my fave Rush song of all time, ‘Subdivisions’. Then we’re into the colourful, steampunk gorgeosity of the thing, blessedly with slower cuts from scene to scene that has become the norm for these things. And yes, given the steampunk theme to the recent studio album in focus, this just might be the classiest looking stage show the band has ever mounted of many, with all that color reflecting super yummy off all those polished parts. The second half of the show is the Clockwork Angels album in its entirety, with string section. Usually this kind of thing is a risky proposition, but first off, it’s a great, kerranging album, and then it’s a concept album, there’s the strings to keep it interesting, and Rush fans... well, they’re not the type to wish upon a greatest hits set, particularly. As well, the literally awesome decorative and lighting propositions continue unabated, while the video entertainment pumps along, the hardest working screen in show biz. Onto the extras and again, more than you would ever care to know, shot with utmost professionalism, black and white, colour, fans, band, behind the scenes, welding, photo shoots, cartoons, costumes (oh man, the costumes... worth it for this alone), and a couple of creepy, funny, steampunky short films. Again, just like that whole decision made over 30 years ago to keep headlining, keep pouring it all back into the shows, no expense is spared for this stuff two-DVD set. There’s a level of respect reflected out into the base, and the dollars spent back means that the next DVD will be just as silly and sumptuous.



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