℗ 2015 Mercury Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Released February 12, 1981
Duration 40m 04s
Record Label Mercury Records
Genre Rock
 

Moving Pictures (Remastered 2015)

Rush

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1.1
Tom Sawyer (Album Version)
Rush
4:37
1.2
Red Barchetta (Album Version)
Rush
6:12
1.3
YYZ (Album Version)
Rush
4:26
1.4
Limelight (Album Version)
Rush
4:19
1.5
The Camera Eye (Album Version)
Rush
10:59
1.6
Witch Hunt (Album Version)
Rush
4:46
1.7
Vital Signs (Album Version)
Rush
4:45
Billboard 200 - #3, 1981 UK Albums Chart - #3, 1981 Grammy Award nomination - Best Rock Instrumental, 1982 - YYZ  "... one of the seminal albums of the modern era ..." - PopMatters.com "Rush have released 20 albums, but none introduced itself with lead and second singles better than Tom Sawyer and Limelight ... both of which not only remain in rotation at classic rock stations but also continue to appear in films ..." - Rolling Stone Moving Pictures has become Rush's most successful studio album in the US with sales exceeding four million copies and a peak chart position of number three in Billboard. The band's complex songwriting and musical virtuosity reach new heights with this material despite the preponderance of shorter, more radio-friendly songs. Recorded and mixed at Le Studio north of Montréal, Moving Pictures includes the Rush signature tracks Tom Sawyer, Limelight, Red Barchetta and the band’s highly praised instrumental, YYZ, which earned Rush its first Grammy nomination. Rolling Stone named this album the third greatest progressive rock album of all time in a 2015 feature.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mercury Records Studio Masters

This album is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue recording. It may be limited in bandwidth and dynamic range by the technology available at the time of its original creation, and is offered as a documentation of a historical release.
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.53
-0.95 to -0.01
-19.72
-20.13 to -18.98
-16.29
-16.80 to -15.60
13
12 to 14
1
Tom Sawyer (Album Version)
-0.30-18.98-15.614
2
Red Barchetta (Album Version)
-0.95-19.61-15.613
3
YYZ (Album Version)
-0.01-19.83-16.613
4
Limelight (Album Version)
-0.87-19.59-16.413
5
The Camera Eye (Album Version)
-0.94-20.04-16.613
6
Witch Hunt (Album Version)
-0.35-20.13-16.812
7
Vital Signs (Album Version)
-0.29-19.85-16.414

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