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Alex Lifeson interview with the Sheffield Telegraph

Thu, May 12, 2011@9:47AM | comments removed/disabled

Alex Lifeson was recently interviewed by UK newspaper the Sheffield Telegraph as part of a preview article for Rush's upcoming May 16th show at Sheffield's Motorpoint Arena. Alex talks about the tour, Rush fans, and his favorite Rush albums:

... “Snakes & Arrows was a big record for us. There’s something about the writing and the production that really hits home. Vapour Trails suffered with production but there’s a purity in those songs because they were born out of demos and didn’t become dressed up. They were very raw. That’s what we were at the time, completely exposed and raw and just coming off this terrible tragedy in the band. They all have their thing about them. 2112 was exciting too, basically written on the road in the back of a car or a cold, damp dressing room in northern Ontario somewhere.” ...

You can read the entire article/interview at this link. Thanks to RushFanForever for the heads up.

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