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Sector One

Rush

Available in 96 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

"Genre-creating debut gets the lavish repackage treatment."
- Classic Rock

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1
Finding My Way (Album Version)
Rush
5:07
2
Need Some Love (Album Version)
Rush
2:21
3
Take A Friend (Album Version)
Rush
4:27
4
Here Again (Album Version)
Rush
7:36
5
What You're Doing (Album Version)
Rush
4:24
6
In The Mood (Album Version)
Rush
3:37
7
Before And After (Album Version)
Rush
5:36
8
Working Man (Album Version)
Rush
7:10
1
Anthem (Album Version)
Rush
4:26
2
Best I Can (Album Version)
Rush
3:28
3
Beneath, Between & Behind (Album Version)
Rush
3:05
4
By-Tor And The Snow Dog (Album Version)
Rush
8:40
5
Fly By Night (Album Version)
Rush
3:22
6
Making Memories (Album Version)
Rush
3:00
7
Rivendell (Album Version)
Rush
5:00
8
In The End (Album Version)
Rush
6:49
1
Bastille Day (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
4:58
2
Anthem (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
4:57
3
Fly By Night / In The Mood (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
5:04
4
Something For Nothing (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
4:02
5
Lakeside Park (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
5:04
6
2112 (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
15:51
7
By-Tor And The Snow Dog (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
11:58
8
In The End (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
7:14
9
Working Man/Finding My Way (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
14:57
10
What You're Doing (Live At Massey Hall, Toronto / 1976)
Rush
5:42
1
2112: Overture / The Temples Of Syrinx / Discovery / Presentation / Oracle / Soliloquy / Grand Finale (Medley)
Rush
20:34
2
A Passage To Bangkok (Album Version)
Rush
3:35
3
The Twilight Zone (Album Version)
Rush
3:20
4
Lessons (Album Version)
Rush
3:53
5
Tears (Album Version)
Rush
3:34
6
Something For Nothing (Album Version)
Rush
3:59
1
Bastille Day
Rush
4:42
2
I Think I'm Going Bald
Rush
3:43
3
Lakeside Park
Rush
4:12
4
The Necromancer
Rush
12:37
5
The Fountain Of Lamneth
Rush
20:06
Total Playing Time    4:02:10
"Fans old and new will love poring over the album detail, immersing themselves in the glory of a generally tip-top remastering job and recalling just how few troughs and how many peaks Rush experienced during the first 15 years. This is a lavish tribute to a phenomenal band. It’s all about the music ..."
- RushOnRock.com

Sectors is a three-volume compilation of Rush's historic 15 album run on Mercury Records from 1974 to 1989, broken down into three separate box sets. Each box set includes five chronological albums, all transferred to high resolution 96kHz/24-bit audio and digitally remastered for optimal quality. Sector 1 covers the band's earliest period starting in 1974 and includes Rush, Fly By Night, Caress Of Steel, 2112 and All The World's A Stage.

"It was very important to me that these be the best representation of the catalog possible and I think we accomplished that. Look, I’m a fan. I could not let Rush fans down. Each and every one of these albums got the deluxe treatment."
- Andy VanDette, Sectors chief remastering engineer
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Anthem Entertainment/The Island Def Jam Music Group Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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