Happy Dominion Day (July 1) from the Great White North — home of RUSH!

Happy Dominion Day from the Great White North — a.k.a., the home of RUSH!

Et dominabitur a mari usque ad mare, et a flumine usque ad terminos terrae” (Ps 72:8)

Citizens of Progarchy have been celebrating by drafting lists of their Top Ten Rush Albums EVER.

We have heard from Erik, Kevin, Brad, RJP, and Drew.

Et moi:

1. Moving Pictures 1981

2. Permanent Waves 1980

3. A Farewell To Kings 1977

4. Hemispheres 1978

5. 2112 1976

6. Signals 1982

7. Grace Under Pressure 1984

8. Power Windows 1985

9. Counterparts 1993

10. Fly By Night 1975

Next, to rock in a truly star-spangled Fourth, stay tuned to Progarchy.com …

… because over the next couple of days I will be revealing — halfway through the year — some of the utterly essential five-star albums of upper-echelon excellence already released in 2014, clearly destined for my end-of-year Top Ten.

Who needs to wait for the end of the year? It seems the best prog is already here!

So, prepare to celebrate …

3 thoughts on “Happy Dominion Day (July 1) from the Great White North — home of RUSH!

  1. captainned

    Bob & Doug. They exploded through my freshman dorm at Colgate in the fall/winter of 1981 and for a while made plaid somewhat fashionable decades before the grunge crowd came in. That, and a stretch of abooot 20 days where the temp never got above 0F during the January term.. The female population in my dorm (and likely campus-wide) did not share our enthusiasm for the hosers.

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