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Rush 2112/Moving Pictures documentary release preview

Mon, Sep 27, 2010@9:20PM | comments removed/disabled

UPDATE - 10/2@7:20PM: Here's another video where Legends of Classic Rock's Jeff Woods previews the DVD (thanks Electric Brain Elderly):

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A few weeks ago VH1 Classic premiered the 2112/Moving Pictures Classic Albums special during their Rush Hashanah celebration. The documentary covered the making of these 2 classic rock albums and included commentary from all three members of Rush along with producer Terry Brown, Taylor Hawkins of The Foo Fighters, Rolling Stone journalist David Fricke and many others. The special gets released to DVD/Blu-ray tomorrow and you can order your copy on both DVD and Blu-ray, along with a special DVD/Blu-ray combo package that also includes both the 2112 and Moving Pictures CDs (4 discs total). The DVD has a total running time of 112 minutes including 50 minutes of bonus footage not included in the VH1 Classic broadcast. Earlier today Eagle Rock released a preview video (thanks Carlos R) from the bonus footage which shows the 3 band members playing their individual parts from YYZ, melding them together into one video clip which you can check out below.

There's also a short minute-and-a-half preview video at this link which shows Neil Peart, David Fricke, Alex Lifeson and Terry Brown talking about Limelight.

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