2002-07-17 – Rush


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Rush Setlist Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, ON, Canada 2002, Vapor Trails Tour

Band: Rush
Venue: Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto ON
Date: July 17, 2002
Tour: Vapour Trails

Lerxst’s Vapour Trail Rant:
“Buenos Nochas mein froinds. I was dreaming, and I saw a snake. I don’t know what that has to do with anything, but then I heard a strange voice, and it whispered to me, ‘Snoring…’. I continued dreaming, and this the time the strange voice said to me very loudly, ‘SNORING! Please, don’t snore anymore!’ I sat there in bed like this– (shot of Alex’s eyes on the big screen popping wide open)– and then I decided to take a walk. And I was walking and walking and walking, and then I met these guys, and we started walking and walking and walking, and we came to Ontario Place, and then we ended up HERE!”

Members Of The Band:
Geddy Lee (Vocals, Bass and Keyboards)
Alex Lifeson (Guitar)
Neil Peart (Drums and Percussion)

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Comments: Ah, Rush. Growing up Canadian there is nothing more to be said. After a tragic series of events in Neil Peart’s life, Rush had gone on indefinite hiatus. Geddy and Alex were both willing to call it a day if that had been what Neil wanted to do. But, after a period of self reflection and travel, Neil wanted to get back to what it was that he did best; beat the living shit out of the drums. So, Rush tentatively reassembled and found that they could still make new, vital music together. And so, the Vapour Trails album was born. As technically complex as Rush can tend to be, they have always been a live band in a lot of ways, so touring to support their latest effort was a given.

And, considering this was a comeback of sorts, the show they put on this evening was worthy of any performance they had ever put on.

If the long layoff had cause any rust whatsoever, well, none was evident on this evening.

And the set list they put forward was amazing.

And getting to hear By-Tor and the Snow Dog again, albeit in a much lower register, was a decidedly unexpected but very much enjoyed surprise.

And our hometown boys were back.

Life was good. 🙂

Rush – Tom Sawyer 10-13-2002

Rush – Distant Early Warning 10-13-2002

Rush – New World Man 10-13-2002

Rush – Roll The Bones 10-13-2002

Rush – Earthshine 10-13-2002

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Rush – The Pass 10-13-2002

Rush – Bravado 10-13-2002

Rush – The Big Money 10-13-2002

Rush – Between Sun & Moon 10-13-2002

Rush – Vital Signs 10-13-2002

Rush – Natural Science 10-13-2002

Rush – One Little Victory 10-13-2002

Rush – Driven 10-13-2002

Rush – Ceiling Unlimited 10-13-2002

Rush – Secret Touch 10-13-2002

Rush – Dreamline 10-13-2002

Rush – Red Sector A 10-13-2002

Rush – Leave That Thing Alone 10-13-2002

Rush – The Rhythm Method (Drum Solo) 10-13-2002

Rush – Resist (Acoustic) 10-13-2002

Rush – 2112 Overture / Temples Of Syrinx 10-13-2002

Rush – Limelight 10-13-2002

Rush – La Villa Strangiato 10-13-2002

Rush – The Spirit Of Radio 10-13-2002

Rush – By-Tor & The Snow Dog 10-13-2002

Rush – Cygnus X-1 10-13-2002

Rush – Working Man 10-13-2002

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