4. "Working Man"
Back in 1974, Cleveland rock station WMMS began playing a song by a then-unknown Canadian rock band. It got a huge response, even if most listeners had no idea who they were or why they sounded vaguely like Led Zeppelin. It's presumed that "Working Man" touched a nerve with the many blue collar workers across the city, and it provided Rush with a nice launching pad in the States. The track was recorded with original drummer John Rutsey; just months later Neil Peart took his place behind the kit.