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ORIGINAL 1984 US first pressing! Sleeve VG (minor general wear/old sticker) / Vinyl Strong VG (a few light surface marks/wear). Includes original inner sleeve. We ship within 24 hours (6 days a week).
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Grace Under Pressure is RUSH''s 10th studio album, originally released in 1984 Alex Lifeson called it ''the most satisfying of all our records.'' Remastered from original analogue masters on 200-gram LP; includes digital download card The song''s themes were influenced by the growing tensions in the Cold War. This is part of the 12 Months of RUSH vinyl initiative Advertising individual titles and complete catalog Band promoting all LPs to fans

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Transfigured Knight
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Rush Continue To Streamline Their Compositional Approach With Astonishing Results
Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2018
By the time of “Grace Under Pressure” (released in 1984), Rush were head deep in their so-called ‘synth period’. There are many listeners who have nothing but disdain or have expressed disappointment with the band’s direction since “Signals”. I believe that time has healed... See more
By the time of “Grace Under Pressure” (released in 1984), Rush were head deep in their so-called ‘synth period’. There are many listeners who have nothing but disdain or have expressed disappointment with the band’s direction since “Signals”. I believe that time has healed a lot of these wounds for many listeners as they can look back on these albums and admire the ingenuity that went into the music-making. I previously wrote a review for “Power Windows” describing my amazement with that particular album, but “Grace Under Pressure” is another album that continues to impressed me. The musicianship from Lee, Lifeson, and Peart can never be in question. I will say this album has some personal significance for me as it was quite possibly the first Rush album I heard as I remember my dad playing the LP a good bit growing up. Other Rush albums that were significant at that time for me were “Permanent Waves”, “Moving Pictures”, and “Signals”. Anyway, the songs are quite simply outstanding on “Grace”. A few highlights would be the first three songs: “Distant Early Warning”, “Afterimage”, and “Red Sector A”. I also quite like “The Enemy Within”, “Red Lenses”, and “Between the Wheels”. As I mentioned, this album is in the synth period of the band, so there are many, many layers of keyboards and Peart uses some electronic drums (which upset a lot of purists evidently). The guitar playing also has become a bit more biting, even abrasive, but Lifeson is always melodic and serves the music as he always has. Lee, of course, is doing the work of three musicians: bassist, keyboardist, and vocalist. Peart is the doing the job of four drummers (per usual!). I would say that if you liked “Signals”, then chances are you’ll enjoy “Grace”, but the music has become a bit more hard-edged, streamlined, but I think this approach suits the music well. Highly recommended!
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Mark
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Certainly a change, but still top class.
Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2020
Many folks hated when Rush incorporated synths into their music, but I think that is more listening habits than a valid criticism of the music. This album contains some fantastic songs, and for those that never warmed to Geddy''s high pitched singing, on here we have a... See more
Many folks hated when Rush incorporated synths into their music, but I think that is more listening habits than a valid criticism of the music.
This album contains some fantastic songs, and for those that never warmed to Geddy''s high pitched singing, on here we have a much more easily digested set of vocals.
I am a big fan of the 2112 - Moving Pictures albums that get most of the attention, but this album is very worth checking out.
If you do check it out, don''t listen for storming rock, and quick time feel changes ala Cygnus X1 or Strangiato, listen for the textural brilliance of Lifeson, and the really well structured writing.
Distant Early Warning is a favourite track these days and I think the album stands up to that level.
Well worth trying the post Pictures Rush
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Middletown Metal Fan
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
2015 Remastered Vinyl Brings ''Grace...'' Up In Sound Clarity
Reviewed in the United States on November 23, 2020
Finally gave it a purchase and spin recently. It sounds really good! They did a great job bringing this music to life, through the wonderful magic of vinyl. I enjoyed this LP much more than the other versions (cd, mp3). I finally like the song, ''I See Red''. Also,... See more
Finally gave it a purchase and spin recently. It sounds really good! They did a great job bringing this music to life, through the wonderful magic of vinyl. I enjoyed this LP much more than the other versions (cd, mp3). I finally like the song, ''I See Red''. Also, ''Afterimage'' sounds really great and even more relevant. This is prob. one of my least fav. Rush Albums of them all, but it''s a much better listen with this 2015 Remastered vinyl and worthy of my vinyl collection. I noticed the guitars sound bolder and crisper than before and the vocals are extremely nice, too. The drums are the classic sound we all know from the 80''s rush, post ''Moving Pictures''; they''re fantastic, as well!
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Paul Carruthers
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Electric Company...
Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2018
The synthesizers period of Rush--or, if you didn''t see the shift coming after "Hemispheres" when MP was their last great album (supposedly) then I could move to something more original, like why this didn''t kill the band or their careers. Maybe this would be their best... See more
The synthesizers period of Rush--or, if you didn''t see the shift coming after "Hemispheres" when MP was their last great album (supposedly) then I could move to something more original, like why this didn''t kill the band or their careers. Maybe this would be their best period without the 90s or less keyboards.

Anyway, between the bookends of tracks 1 & 8, are the tracks so amazing, I can''t pick one. After "Signals," it would be ridiculous if they lost a little bit, but sometimes the flow is hard to stop or top. At any rate, the only thing left to say is, why did "Between the Wheels" get so rare during the live shows, especially if you''ve seen the live ones.

Maybe it''s like someone saying they need to play every track live, instead of the chart buster that was Moving Pictures...
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JSwank
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Digital Never Sounded So Good In Analog
Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2016
Vinyl DMM version Well they didn''t get all these out in 2015 as planned but this is a pleasant surprise to arrive the first week in January along with Power Windows. I guess the demand for vinyl is going up as all of the fall releases in this series have been... See more
Vinyl DMM version

Well they didn''t get all these out in 2015 as planned but this is a pleasant surprise to arrive the first week in January along with Power Windows. I guess the demand for vinyl is going up as all of the fall releases in this series have been delayed due to manufacturing. GUP is a wonderful throwback to the era of the 80''s when I was a senior in high school. Signals "signaled" the new style but this one brought it in full force much to some fans dismay. After initially not loving this album in 1984, I grew to find the synth driven/Simmons drum-driven rhythms to exemplify how malleable and diverse this band could be to survive. "Distant Early Warning," "The Body Electric," "Red Sector A" and "Red Lenses" have now for a long time become some of my favorite songs from the 80''s stable.

This vinyl pressing is superb, quiet, flat and particularly impressive on the low end of the spectrum much like the Signals DMM version. I still think Moving Pictures had more dynamic punch, but this is a smooth recording and this re-pressing delivers a recording that can be cranked up to the max without suffering treble distortion or listener fatigue. I may be dream-wishing but the cardboard seems a bit more stout on this one compared to what has come before - the single lyrics sheet included adds little to the value of the product but mirrors what has come with most of these releases. I love this 200gm weight vinyl, though which is stout to say the least and is an impressive addition to this already expansive re-issue series well worth the audiophile dollars.
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PG71
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Buyer beware, major quality control problems with these vinyl reissues.
Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2018
I recently got back into vinyl and started collecting the Rush Mercury catalog. This particular release had skips on several songs. Had it replaced and same skips same songs. I''ve also had to replace 2112 (Severe scratching at the end of side 2 which would not let the... See more
I recently got back into vinyl and started collecting the Rush Mercury catalog. This particular release had skips on several songs. Had it replaced and same skips same songs. I''ve also had to replace 2112 (Severe scratching at the end of side 2 which would not let the needle advance to the end. Replacement same issue), Permanent Waves (Spine scuffed up to where you couldn''t read the title), Caress of Steel (Major pops/clicks and considerably warped). Just received Power Windows and the bottom of the cover is severely damaged and lyric sheet missing. These releases come in very loose shrink wrap and in all cases with damage to the cover the wrap was not damaged. Hopefully Amazon is reporting all of these to the manufacturer.

Now about GUP. I got into Rush around the time Signals was released and GUP was the first I bought on release day. I had heard Distant Early Warning and Between the Wheels on the radio prior to release so I was pumped for it and it did not disappoint. The guitar is more prominent in the mix than on Signals but more thin sounding with heavy a chorus effect. Two of my favorite Lifeson solos Between the Wheels and Kid Gloves make this worth the purchase alone. One downside with Geddy is the Steinberger bass which is a lot deeper and not as punchy as previous releases, but still some great bass playing. This was also the first release which Peart used an electric kit which is heavily used on Red Sector A and Red Lenses. In all a big departure from previous releases but an album IMO that has stood the test of time. A 5 star album that gets only 3 due to the quality control problems mentioned.
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A Blues In Drag
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Another great album ruined by Amazon
Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2020
Unless you like your mp3s taken from a vinyl source, complete with pops, scratches and other surface noises, STEER CLEAR. I love Grace Under Pressure, but, honestly - how is it possible that Amazon is doing it this way? If I want the quaint, nostalgic experience of a... See more
Unless you like your mp3s taken from a vinyl source, complete with pops, scratches and other surface noises, STEER CLEAR. I love Grace Under Pressure, but, honestly - how is it possible that Amazon is doing it this way? If I want the quaint, nostalgic experience of a crackling record, I''ll just buy a used vinyl copy.
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White Chicken
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
My favorite of the synth era!
Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2016
To me this album has the exact right mix of synthesizers and guitars. Strong right out of the gate and powerful and dark as well. Simply fantastic stuff here. After Image truly blows my mind. Stunning. I cannot put into words how incredible this song is. Alex Lifeson is... See more
To me this album has the exact right mix of synthesizers and guitars. Strong right out of the gate and powerful and dark as well. Simply fantastic stuff here. After Image truly blows my mind. Stunning. I cannot put into words how incredible this song is. Alex Lifeson is still prominent throughout this album. This is an improvement from Signals in the sound department as Lifeson is louder in the mix. Power Windows and Hold Your Fire both fantastic achievements with a super polished sound but Grace Under Pressure beats em. Red Sector A another dark haunting and heavy masterpiece. This one is in my top ten all time Rush albums and that is saying something! Get your hands on the vinyl for the best sound experience!
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robert baker
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Innovative album.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 11, 2020
I love the 70s Rush stuff but the 80s stuff is just as good as A Farewell to Kings, Fly by Night & Caress of Steel. the albums Permanent Waves, Moving Pictures & this album, Grace under Pressure, are well worth a listen. The band expended their sound & creativity by...See more
I love the 70s Rush stuff but the 80s stuff is just as good as A Farewell to Kings, Fly by Night & Caress of Steel. the albums Permanent Waves, Moving Pictures & this album, Grace under Pressure, are well worth a listen. The band expended their sound & creativity by including keyboards & synthesizers, with samplers. Then bands after them included technology mixed with intense riffs and power chords such as Nine Inch Nails ,Ministry & Godflesh. This album still has Geddys zingy bass, Neil''s powerhouse drumming & Alex''s big guitar sound ,with the intense feel of the bands signature sound. This is shown in Tracks like Afterimage, The Enemy within & Kid Gloves. The band has a dark feel on tracks like Distant Early Warning, Red sector A & Between the Wheels. The band still incorporates time signatures, showmanship playing & thought inspiring lyrics but in concise form. For a first Rush album, I would recommend Exit,stage,left because it shows the best tracks by the band , performed and executed with such passionate energy but I would reccomend this album as well as the 70s albums, Snakes & Arrows and Vapour Trails.
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Cubby Kovu
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Graceful
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 23, 2012
I think Graceful is a good way to describe this album its got a sort of glossy sound to the album and I like it the emphasise seems to have been altered to focus on the guitar more again but with heavy effects and also weighty supplies of keyboard, The guitar sounds...See more
I think Graceful is a good way to describe this album its got a sort of glossy sound to the album and I like it the emphasise seems to have been altered to focus on the guitar more again but with heavy effects and also weighty supplies of keyboard, The guitar sounds somewhat like the police in terms of tone, the whole album sounds quite spacious like The police''s music but not quite as spacious, there is still complex and intricate bass guitar with in the songs but sometimes this drops out in place of bass pedals and such. Drum wise the album has not changed much there might possibly be some midi drums and things of this nature. but generally the drums have mostly stayed the same maybe I think the feel alittle a bit more simplistic to match the music. I really like The song Red sector A, keyboard guitar interplay that comes after each section of the verses is very clever and has a slight (disparate feel to it ) it quite a dark song but its very good this would be my favourite song off the album.
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alextorres
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
As good as their more guitar-driven albums
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 16, 2008
Life - work and family - got in the way of music during my late 20s and 30s and I lost touch with Rush, a band that I''d followed through my late teens and early 20s. I caught up with them again last year with the excellent "Snakes & Arrows" and decided to fill in the gap by...See more
Life - work and family - got in the way of music during my late 20s and 30s and I lost touch with Rush, a band that I''d followed through my late teens and early 20s. I caught up with them again last year with the excellent "Snakes & Arrows" and decided to fill in the gap by listening to some albums that I''ve missed over the years. "Grace Under Pressure" has them using a different soundscape than I was used to, with its heavy use of synthesizers and keyboards. However, I actually generally prefer bands who make good use of keyboards as I think it adds interest to the sound. Rush seem to have integrated them pretty well on this album, the songs are, if anything, slightly catchier in general than in their 70s work but the band remain recognisably Rush. So, to my ears, the addition of the keyboards is actually an improvement!
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Nick
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Still So Relavent
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 2, 2009
This album is from 1984 yet still the same themes run on today, Distant Early Warning, "No swimming in the heavy water no signing in the acid rain" then Red Sector A and Between The Wheels ...."Brother can you spare..."Another war Another wasteland And another lost...See more
This album is from 1984 yet still the same themes run on today, Distant Early Warning, "No swimming in the heavy water no signing in the acid rain" then Red Sector A and Between The Wheels ...."Brother can you spare..."Another war Another wasteland And another lost generation...Afgahnistan? Iraq? Work it out! I bought this for someone younger than me and they loved it! That was strange! Fits in well with any era of Rush''s carreer but especially with Snakes and Arrows!
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Best band ever.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2020
Awesome album.
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