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Some thirty years and 17 studio albums into their career, Rush paid tribute to a few of the artists who helped inspire their long musical journey with FEEDBACK. The 2004 covers album shows the trio had pretty good taste as young listeners in the 1960s, with Buffalo Springfield, The Yardbirds and The Who each getting a couple of nods. Singer Geddy Lee, guitarist Alex Lifeson and drummer Neil Peart have the chops to do justice to these classic songs, but never settle for familiar arrangements - “Mr. Soul,” “Seven And Seven Is,” “Crossroads” and the rest are reinvented for the 21st Century here. While the songs on the just-reissued FEEDBACK stand apart from the originals, the album also has a unique sound relative to the rest of the Rush catalog, and a spirit of fun sure to put a smile on listeners' faces.