Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Rush Songs

See what song managed to top '2112,' 'The Spirit of Radio' and 'Subdivisions'

10. "Subdivisions"

Much to the shock of many in the industry, Rush began scoring actual radio hits in the early 1980s. This synth-driven song, which kicks off 1982's Signals and reached Number Eight on the Mainstream Rock chart, is about divisions within society. The video shows a lonely high school student who wanders the streets of Toronto by himself while the "cool" kids all drive off to a party. The whole thing has the look and feel of an early episode of Degrassi High. The song has been a part of the band's live show for over 30 years.