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Vapor Trails is Rush's 17th studio recording, and first new release since 1998's RIAA gold certified 3 CD live collection, Different Stages. The band's 22 albums have all been certified RIAA gold. The visionary collection produced by Rush with enginee r Paul Northfield (Marilyn Manson, Hole sees the legendary trio redefining their intensely individu alistic music.
Vapor Trails is Rush's 17th studio recording, and first new release since 1998's RIAA gold certified 3 CD live collection, Different Stages. The band's 22 albums have all been certified RIAA gold. The visionary collection produced by Rush with enginee r Paul Northfield (Marilyn Manson, Hole sees the legendary trio redefining their intensely individu alistic music.
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Format: CD
Label: ATL
Catalog: 83531
Rel. Date: 05/14/2002
UPC: 075678353123

Vapor Trails
Artist: Rush
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Vapor Trails is Rush's 17th studio recording, and first new release since 1998's RIAA gold certified 3 CD live collection, Different Stages. The band's 22 albums have all been certified RIAA gold. The visionary collection produced by Rush with enginee r Paul Northfield (Marilyn Manson, Hole sees the legendary trio redefining their intensely individu alistic music.

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''Vapor Trails'' is the seventeenth studio album by the Canadian rock band Rush, produced by Paul Northfield and released in May 2002. The release of ''Vapor Trails'' marked the first studio album for the band in six years (since ''Test for Echo'' in 1996) because of events that befell drummer Neil Peart in the late '90s.

According to the band, the entire developmental process for ''Vapor Trails'' was extremely taxing and took approximately 14 months to finish, by far the longest the band had ever spent writing and recording a studio album. Despite controversy surrounding its production and sound quality, the album debuted to moderate praise and was supported by the band's first tour in six years, including first-ever concerts in Mexico City and Brazil, where they played to some of the largest crowds of their career. The album was certified gold in Canada in August 2002.

The song "Ghost Rider" appeared on the album and was written by Peart as a tribute to his travels around America after his tragic loss, while "One Little Victory" served as the first single in order to announce the band's return from hiatus. - Wikipedia

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