4. Rush - 'All the World's a Stage'
Rush toured like absolute maniacs from the moment that Neil Peart joined the band in 1974 through their 1976 odyssey in support of 2112. It built them a huge loyal audience that persists to this day. They taped a stand at Toronto's Massey Hall in June of 1976, finally let people that hadn't seen Rush understand what all the fuss was about. Unlike many of their peers at the time, they didn't monkey around with anything in the studio. "It was raw and totally live ," Geddy Lee told Rolling Stone in 2013. "It really bugged us for years that we didn't fix anything." Many Rush fans have a different take, loving the warts-and-all sound of All the World's a Stage.