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RUSH’s ‘Permanent Waves-40th Anniversary’ ft. unreleased bonus track recorded in St. Louis.

by Danya Artimisi

Last month, RUSH announced the release of Permanent Waves-40th Anniversary album.

The album will be released in four different configurations and will be comprised of the Abbey Road Mastering Studios 2015 remastered edition, along with previously unreleased tracks which were recorded live during the Permanent Waves World Tour in 1980.  The live bonus tracks were recorded in: (1) Manchester Apollo in Manchester, England; (2) Hammersmith Odeon in London, England; and (3) Kiel Auditorium in St. Louis, Missouri.

RUSH played three consecutive nights at Kiel Auditorium (currently known as Stifel Theater) in November, 1980 in support of the release of ‘Permanent Waves’.  Two out of three shows sold out, with the third just shy of the sweep.

You can purchase the edition of your choice on it’s release date, May 29th, or you can pre-order yours RIGHT HERE.

Get more in depth information including descriptions of each anniversary edition, all of the incredible extras inside of each package, and a complete track listing at RUSH.com.  

 

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