The Spirit of Radio: Greatest Hits 1974–1987 is a compilation album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on February 11, 2003. Working Man", from Rush (1974) – 7:11. Fly by Night", from Fly by Night (1975) – 3:22.
The Spirit of Radio" is a song released in 1980 by the Canadian rock band Rush from their album Permanent Waves. The song's name was inspired by Toronto radio station CFNY-FM's slogan. It was significant in the growing popularity of the band. The Spirit of Radio" features the band experimenting with a reggae style in its closing section. Reggae would be explored further on the band's next three records, Moving Pictures, Signals, and Grace Under Pressure.
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Finally, Rush's then-current album, 'Permanent Waves' contributes The Spirit Of Radio and Natural Science. The former was something of a departure for the band as it utilises a reggae style, which was explored further on later albums 'Moving Pictures' (1981) and 'Signals' (1982). Natural Science is more traditional Rush fare, with multiple movements, and has proved a hugely popular live number ever since.
Fly By Night (Album Version). Spirit Of Radio: Greatest Hits (1974-1987). 03. 2112 Overture, The Temples Of Syrinx (Chronicles Version). 04. Closer To The Heart. 06. The Spirit Of Radio (Album Version). 07. Freewill (Album Version). 08. Limelight (Album Version).
So it may seem odd for Rush to release a greatest-hits collection when the group has had just one Top 40 pop singles' hit in their long career; but if you factor in the amount of rock radio airplay given to these songs, then The Spirit of Radio contains, in essence, the greatest hits of Rush. Spanning their 13-year association with the Mercury label, The Spirit of Radio contains 16 of Rush's best-known songs that have been floating around the rock radio airwaves for years
The Spirit of Radio". from the album Permanent Waves. Circumstances" (international), "The Trees" & "Working Man" (UK/US promo copies). The Spirit of Radio" is a song released in 1980 by the Canadian rock band Rush from their album Permanent Waves. The song's name was inspired by Toronto radio station CFNY's slogan. The song was significant in the growing popularity of the band. The band had grazed the UK Top 40 two years earlier with "Closer to the Heart", but when issued as a single in March 1980, "The Spirit of Radio" soon reached on the UK singles chart.
Force Ten (Album Version). Spirit Of The Night (Club Radio Version). The Season Of Love (Radio Version).
Performer:Rush Genre: Rock Title: Spirit Of Radio Released: 1980 Style: Hard Rock, Prog Rock MP3 version ZIP size: 1991 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1645 mb Rating: 4.5 Votes: 566 Other Formats: APE DMF MP2 AC3 MOD AU DTS