Following an immensely successful campaign last year for Record Store Day, Canadian progressive rock legends Rush are yet again partnering with independent retail for an exclusive 10-inch picture disc for Black Friday — on the November 29th. The 10-inch is slated two include two versions of “The Garden” — the closing track from Rush‘s critically acclaimed 2012 album “Clockwork Angels“. While Side A features the studio version from the album, Side B includes a live version of the song with the Clockwork Angels String Ensemble taken from the forthcoming live release of the band “Clockwork Angels Tour“.
Designed by Crankbunny (Norma V. Toraya), the 10-inch record features artwork from her stunning animated screen projections which was screened during the performance of “The Garden” during the “Clockwork Angels” tour. This special 10-inch will be limited in number and available only for this special celebration of independent music retailers.
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