Rush show up as animated stars in the sketchy noir comedy shared as the formal “YYZ” tunes video clip for the band’s forthcoming Going Images – 40th Anniversary album collection, out April 15 by means of UMe/Mercury and Anthem Documents.
Animated by Fantoons Animation Studios, the movie for the 1981 album lower functions Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson as the voices guiding two cops on the work even though an artwork heist ensues. The animated band performs as the story unfolds, eventually concluding with Lee, Lifeson and Neil Peart currently being tied up by the qualified robbers.
“Hey, Dirk, let us go again to the station,” Lifeson voices, his cop character entirely oblivious to the crimes fully commited. Lee provides: “Great, I acquired the new Rush cassette for the street.” The cassette reads a listing of tracks from Moving Pictures that features “Tom Sawyer,” “YYZ,” “Limelight,” and “Red Barchetta.”
The Super Deluxe Edition of Relocating Pictures – 40th Anniversary also options movies for “Tom Sawyer” and “Limelight,” as perfectly as a remastered vintage promo video clip for “Vital Signals.” The video clips will be contained on a Blu-ray audio disc included in the top-tier deal alongside with a total 1981 Maple Leaf Gardens concert, the band’s seminal eighth studio album on a few CDs, a Blu-ray audio disc, and 5 superior-quality 180 gram black vinyl LPs all encompassing the 2015 remastered version of the record from Abbey Highway Mastering Studios.
Five other variations of the album collection will be designed readily available, together with the a few-CD Deluxe Version, five-LP Deluxe Edition, one particular-LP Version, the Electronic Deluxe Version, and the Dolby Atmos Digital Version. Rush recently supplied a to start with appear at the expansive assortment of materials with the formal audio for “Vital Signs” recorded live in YYZ 1981. The freshly restored stay content was blended by initial Hurry producer Terry Brown from the primary analog live multi-tracks.