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Rush - The Rise Of Kings [DVD] [NTSC] 
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The most successful band to emerge from the Canadian rock explosion of the early 1970s, Rush would go on to become one of that nations biggest entertainment exports. A trio of musical polymaths who cut a fiercely independent, sometimes controversial path through various musical styles to forge a distinctive, evolving sound that was incomparable to that of any of their contemporaries, this hugely influential group have flourished across a forty-plus year career. This film traces the history of Rush from the bar rooms of Toronto in the late 1960s to the worlds largest arenas in the late 70s and early 1980s, by which time they were amongst the biggest bands on the planet. Through a stunning combination of rare and classic footage, the testimony of friends, colleagues and those who worked with the group across the years, plus exclusive and archive interviews and a host of other features, this programme makes the very unique history of Rush come alive in a manner previously undocumented.
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Rubbish, it won't play on my DVD player, sticks and jams up DVD player and disc whirls round, DVD player is fine as everything else plays ok. Read morePublished on 17 May 2014 by Alex Taylor