2112, Rush’s fourth album, is their earliest commercially successful hit and considered to be their first true "classic" album. With a unique blend of heavy rock and progressive rock, Rush crafted a true masterpiece in the seven-movement suite "2112," a concept piece with lyrics by Neil Peart that tells the story of a futuristic society controlled by technology. Titles: 2112 * A Passage to Bangkok * The Twilight Zone * Lessons * Tears * Something for Nothing.
|2112||Geddy Lee (contributor); Alex Lifeson (contributor); Neil Peart (contributor)|
|Twilight Zone||Geddy Lee (composer); Neil Peart (lyricist); Alex Lifeson (composer)|
|Lessons||Alex Lifeson (composer)|
|Tears||Geddy Lee (composer)|
|Passage to Bangkok||Geddy Lee (composer); Neil Peart (lyricist); Alex Lifeson (composer)|
|Something for Nothing||Neil Peart (contributor); Geddy Lee (contributor)|