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This re-release features 20-bit digital remastering from the original master tapes and deluxe packaging faithful to the original album release. Track listing: "Force Ten," "Time Stand Still," "Open Secrets," "Second Nature," "Prime Mover," "Lock And Key," "Mission," "Turn the Page," "Tai Shan" and "High Water."
This re-release features 20-bit digital remastering from the original master tapes and deluxe packaging faithful to the original album release. Track listing: "Force Ten," "Time Stand Still," "Open Secrets," "Second Nature," "Prime Mover," "Lock And Key," "Mission," "Turn the Page," "Tai Shan" and "High Water."
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Format: CD
Label: MRY
Catalog: 534636
Rel. Date: 06/03/1997
UPC: 731453463622

Hold Your Fire: Remastered
Artist: Rush
Format: CD
New: In Stock $14.99
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This re-release features 20-bit digital remastering from the original master tapes and deluxe packaging faithful to the original album release. Track listing: "Force Ten," "Time Stand Still," "Open Secrets," "Second Nature," "Prime Mover," "Lock And Key," "Mission," "Turn the Page," "Tai Shan" and "High Water."

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''Hold Your Fire'' is the 12th studio album by the Canadian rock band Rush, released in the fall of 1987 (see 1987 in music). The album was recorded at The Manor Studio in Oxfordshire, Ridge Farm Studio in Surrey, Air Studios in Montserrat and at McClear Place in Toronto.

In terms of songwriting, Rush continued to explore new territory with ''Hold Your Fire''. The song “Tai Shan”, for example, has significant Eastern influences, and is a reference to Mount Tai, in the Shandong province. 'Til Tuesday bassist and vocalist Aimee Mann contributed the first vocals from an artist outside of Rush to "Time Stand Still" (she also appears in the Zbigniew Rybczyński-directed video for the song).

''Hold Your Fire'' stalled at #13 (the first time a Rush studio album failed to reach the Top 10 since 1978's ''Hemispheres'') and sold a million copies according to the band's then-label Mercury Records. However, the American RIAA has the album listed at Gold. - Wikipedia

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