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Thursday, August 16, 2007

Snakes & Arrows tour house music playlist
10:39AM EST | comments (54) |

You asked for it ... and Rush.com has delivered. Since the start of the tour I've received several questions about the house music (compiled by Neil Peart) played prior to the show. I recognized many of the tunes but did not have a complete playlist ... until now. Rush.com just posted it. Here it is:

Tommy Overture - The Who
Mojo Pin - Jeff Buckley
Trains - Porcupine Tree
Solsbury Hill - Peter Gabriel
All Along the Watchtower - Jimi Hendrix
In the Court of the Crimson King - King Crimson
Fear of a Blank Planet - Porcupine Tree
Welcome to the Machine - Pink Floyd
Eria Tarka - The Mars Volta
Roundabout - Yes
Looking for a Place to Happen - The Tragically Hip
Aqualung - Jethro Tull
Last Goodbye - Jeff Buckley
Baba O'Reilly - The Who
Comfortably Numb - Pink Floyd
2112 Overture - String Ensemble
The Temples of Syrinx - String Ensemble
I Know What I Like - Genesis
The Prophet - Yes
Hallelujuah - Jeff Buckley
18 People Live in Harmony - Dredg
Dazed and Confused - Led Zeppelin
Bobcaygeon - The Tragically Hip
21st Century Schizoid Man - King Crimson
Inertiatic E. S. P. - The Mars Volta
The Sound of Muzak - Porcupine Tree
Echo - Vertical Horizon
Fifty Mission Cap - The Tragically Hip
So Real - Jeff Buckley
Time - Pink Floyd
Good Days, Bad Days - Richard Butler
No Opportunity Necessary - Yes
Anesthetize - Porcupine Tree
Say Hello 2 Heaven - Temple of the Dog
Babe I'm Gonna Leave you - Led Zeppelin
Open Car - Porcupine Tree
Evenflow - Pearl Jam
Hells Bells - AC/DC
Crosstown Traffic - Jimi Hendrix
Kashmir - Led Zeppelin
Thick as a Brick - Jethro Tull
How Many More Times - Led Zeppelin
Us and Them - Pink Floyd

Hats off to Neil for compiling such a great list of artists/songs; I like just about all of these bands. Thanks to timbale for the heads up.

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#54 - Posted 8/22/07 @6:24PM by skl183

wow, no Deram Theatre no songs! Awesome! in the Prescence of Mike and John Petrucci.
#53 - Posted 8/18/07 @10:56AM by rushboy13 [contact]

Love the tragicilly hip.. The big surprise for me is Richard Butler. The only Richard Butler i know is from the Psycedlic Furs....and I LOVE the furs they are my 3rd favorite band. behind Rush and Smashing Pumpkins....
#52 - Posted 8/18/07 @1:03AM by jw

Great list.

Just play it a little louder... Not too much to overtake conversation... but enough to avoid straining to wonder what it is.
#51 - Posted 8/17/07 @4:46PM by cygnusthegodofbalanceushallbe [contact]

i could've swore that i heard a Roger Waters solo song each night leaving Shoreline then Concord... didn't recognize it other than Rog's voice.
#50 - Posted 8/17/07 @3:37PM by Codackussell [contact]

The disco's not here, thankfully!!
#49 - Posted 8/17/07 @3:10PM by Who Watches The Watchmen [contact]

This list sucks!!!!

Where's the disco!!!!????
#48 - Posted 8/17/07 @2:20PM by Steve [contact]

Pat-(#45) myspace.com/officialrush
#47 - Posted 8/17/07 @1:55PM by desertrushgirl

I think it's great that when you walk into a RUSH concert, that you have Neil Peart as your personal DJ.

I don't care what he plays, I just love knowing that he picked the songs and is playing them for us.
#46 - Posted 8/17/07 @11:44AM by unktehila [contact]

Pat - definitely. that's funny. i'm not a big Sinatra guy either. particularly at a summer concert anxiously awaiting Rush to hit the stage. Neil has great taste, especially this list, but what's up with the 98 degrees thing? yikes.
#45 - Posted 8/17/07 @11:21AM by Pat [contact]

Steve (#41): I didn't think Rush had a MySpace page. What's the URL you're looking at?

As for the playlist: We can be thankful that Neil chose overplayed songs like "Aqualung" instead of regaling us with 98-degrees or a lot of Frank Sinatra (as much as you have to respect the guy, he wouldn't warm ME up for a Rush show).

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