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Album artwork for Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe by Rush
Album artwork for Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe by Rush
Album artwork for Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe by Rush
Album artwork for Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe by Rush

New, expanded editions of the band’s groundbreaking 1981 release, Moving Pictures, embodying its well-deserved classic album status.

Moving Pictures, Rush’s eighth studio album, was originally released on February 12, 1981, and its adventurous yet accessible music catapulted the forward-thinking Canadian band to even newer heights as it began navigating the demands of a new decade. The album’s seven songs expertly blended Rush’s intrinsic prowess for channeling its progressive roots into radio-friendly arrangements, a template the band had mastered to a T all throughout its previous album, 1980’s deservedly lauded Permanent Waves. Moving Pictures was also the second of many Rush recording sessions at Le Studio in Morin-Heights, Quebec, which was ultimately nicknamed the trio’s own personal Abbey Road recording studio.

Super Deluxe
Celebrating 40 years of Moving Pictures with a Super Deluxe boxset fully loaded for fans! The 2015 album remaster is on CD 1 for the first time. CDs 2 and 3 feature the complete, unreleased Toronto concert from 3/25/81. All audio is also showcased on five 180-gram LPs cut 1/2-speed DMM. Blu-ray Audio disc presents a first-ever Dolby Atmos and new 5.1 surround album mix including the brand-new video for “YYZ” and 3 music videos. Extras include a book, model car, drumsticks, posters, and so much more!

3CD

Celebrating 40 years of Moving Pictures with the 3CD Deluxe Edition! The 2015 remaster is on CD 1 for the first time. CDs 2 and 3 feature the complete, unreleased Toronto concert from March 25, 1981. Extras include a booklet with new Hugh Syme illustrations and liner notes by Kim Thayil, Les Claypool, Taylor Hawkins, Bill Kelliher and Neil Sanderson.

5LP
Celebrating 40 years of Moving Pictures with the 5LP Deluxe Edition! All vinyl has been cut half-speed Direct-To-Metal Mastering for the first time ever and pressed on 180-gram audiophile vinyl. LP 1 features the original album, while LPs 2-5 feature the complete, unreleased Toronto concert from March 25, 1981. Extras include a booklet with new Hugh Syme illustrations and liner notes by Kim Thayil, Les Claypool, Taylor Hawkins, Bill Kelliher and Neil Sanderson.

Rush

Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe

EMI
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LP+x5

£269.99

Super Deluxe Set with 5 LP, 3CD, Bluray and Extras **Date TBC**

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Released 31/12/2022Catalogue Number

3587640

Rush

Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe

EMI
Album artwork for Album artwork for Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe by Rush by Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe - Rush
Album artwork for Album artwork for Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe by Rush by Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe - Rush
Album artwork for Album artwork for Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe by Rush by Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe - Rush
Album artwork for Album artwork for Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe by Rush by Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe - Rush
Album artwork for Moving Pictures (40th Anniversary) Deluxe by Rush
LP+x5

£269.99

Super Deluxe Set with 5 LP, 3CD, Bluray and Extras **Date TBC**

Black
Released 31/12/2022Catalogue Number

3587640

New, expanded editions of the band’s groundbreaking 1981 release, Moving Pictures, embodying its well-deserved classic album status.

Moving Pictures, Rush’s eighth studio album, was originally released on February 12, 1981, and its adventurous yet accessible music catapulted the forward-thinking Canadian band to even newer heights as it began navigating the demands of a new decade. The album’s seven songs expertly blended Rush’s intrinsic prowess for channeling its progressive roots into radio-friendly arrangements, a template the band had mastered to a T all throughout its previous album, 1980’s deservedly lauded Permanent Waves. Moving Pictures was also the second of many Rush recording sessions at Le Studio in Morin-Heights, Quebec, which was ultimately nicknamed the trio’s own personal Abbey Road recording studio.

Super Deluxe
Celebrating 40 years of Moving Pictures with a Super Deluxe boxset fully loaded for fans! The 2015 album remaster is on CD 1 for the first time. CDs 2 and 3 feature the complete, unreleased Toronto concert from 3/25/81. All audio is also showcased on five 180-gram LPs cut 1/2-speed DMM. Blu-ray Audio disc presents a first-ever Dolby Atmos and new 5.1 surround album mix including the brand-new video for “YYZ” and 3 music videos. Extras include a book, model car, drumsticks, posters, and so much more!

3CD

Celebrating 40 years of Moving Pictures with the 3CD Deluxe Edition! The 2015 remaster is on CD 1 for the first time. CDs 2 and 3 feature the complete, unreleased Toronto concert from March 25, 1981. Extras include a booklet with new Hugh Syme illustrations and liner notes by Kim Thayil, Les Claypool, Taylor Hawkins, Bill Kelliher and Neil Sanderson.

5LP
Celebrating 40 years of Moving Pictures with the 5LP Deluxe Edition! All vinyl has been cut half-speed Direct-To-Metal Mastering for the first time ever and pressed on 180-gram audiophile vinyl. LP 1 features the original album, while LPs 2-5 feature the complete, unreleased Toronto concert from March 25, 1981. Extras include a booklet with new Hugh Syme illustrations and liner notes by Kim Thayil, Les Claypool, Taylor Hawkins, Bill Kelliher and Neil Sanderson.