Readers' Poll: 10 Greatest Rush Albums

The band's best work, from their 1974 debut through 2012's 'Clockwork Angels'
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Rush's final album with producer Terry Brown was one of their biggest commercial successes: "New World Man" became the band's first single to reach Number One on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart, and the LP itself would become their last Canadian chart-topper until 2012's Clockwork Angels. And while the record may have been uncool at the time (Rolling Stone only gave it two stars), it was hard not to think of it when another Canadian band, Arcade Fire, received near unanimous critical praise for their 2010 LP The Suburbs, its portrayal of suburban alienation recalling that of Signals opener "Subdivisons."

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