Rush, 2112 (40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition). 2CDs, 1DVD, 3LPs, 1 vinyl single, starman turntable mat, three collector buttons, June 1976 handbill, June 1976 ticket stuff, starman sticker, LP-sized photos of the three members of Rush, LP-sized liner notes by Rob Bowman, code for digital download, cd-booklet and liner notes, vinyl single adaptor, and starman sketch. http://www.rush.com/2112-40th/
Is there a greater anthem of individualism and anti-conformity in all rock history than Rush’s 2112? No folk song of the 1950s or protest song of the 1960s comes close to matching Rush’s power of words and music. Even more than “Bohemian Rhapsody,” 2112 makes us want to bang our heads and raise our fists. Sorry, Garth.