The band behind songs such as "Tom Sawyer," "Limelight" and "Closer to the Heart" released its first self-titled album in March 1974 and never looked back.
While the band's beginnings were rooted in blues-inspired hard rock, it moved into more progressive rock and then heavy use of synthesizers over the course of a career that now features that more guitar-heavy sound.
By 1980, the band released radio-friendly songs such as "The Spirit of Radio" and "Freewill," propelling the band to its first U.S. Top 5 album, "Permanent Waves."
Rush released "Clockwork Angels" in 2012.
Over its 40-year career, the band has released 20 gold and platinum studio albums and earned seven Grammy nominations, including one for the documentary "Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage" that also won the Audience Award at the Tribeca Film Festival.
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