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We spent time together, and we did a lot of dates with them. The crews got along really, really well. And we opened for them, I think, through that whole time. They opened for us for a series of shows in the Midwest, '84-ish. My God, I can't believe that it was over 20 years ago that we did those shows. "One thing [laughs], they have a song called Godzilla that started off with that stomping [makes big footstep sounds], and the tape of Godzilla coming, and they do the whole rap before it: 'As he rounded the corner and he looked down.
It is the band's black hole, conversely a bit of a snicker, too much too soon, the epitome of prog rock excess, a record pumped and primed for bad reviews, of which Alex was all too keenly aware. "Most of the comments back then were 'energized rock,' 'Geddy's high shrieking voice,' 'very Led Zeppelin knockoffish,' that sort of thing. Mostly we didn't get good reviews. In fact, I don't really remember having a lot of good reviews for a long time. We would get good press in magazines like Circus, for example, but Creem hated us, because they thought we were pretentious, we were too serious, and that's not \vhat rock V roll is all about.
I still turn on the radio, and there's a song that makes me cringe. But that's the reality of it. In answer to your question, a lot of it I have a personal affection for — Hemispheres and all that — just for the time it represented and what we were doing and the men we were and the people we were. " Caress of Steel 37 2112 2112 would prove to be the album — with Kiss it was Alive! — that would save the band's listing career. Punchier but nearly as conceptual as Caress of Steel, 2112 would benefit from a thicker, warmer sound, an effect that really drove home the increased levels of power chording.
Contents Under Pressure: 30 Years of Rush at Home and Away by Martin Popoff