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|1.||Finding My Way||05:06||Show lyrics|
|2.||Need Some Love||02:19||Show lyrics|
|3.||Take a Friend||04:24||Show lyrics|
|4.||Here Again||07:35||Show lyrics|
|5.||What You're Doing||04:22||Show lyrics|
|6.||In the Mood||03:34||Show lyrics|
|7.||Before and After||05:34||Show lyrics|
|8.||Working Man||07:10||Show lyrics|
|Geddy Lee||Vocals (lead), Bass, Songwriting, Lyrics|
|Alex Lifeson||Guitars, Vocals, Lyrics, Songwriting (tracks 1-5, 7, 8)|
|John Rutsey (R.I.P. 2008)||Drums, Vocals|
|Robin McBride||Executive producer|
|Paul Weldon||Cover art|
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Released in January or March of 1974 on Moon Records (Rush's own label), later re-released in July of 1974 by Mercury/Polygram. On the original cover, the Rush logo was in pink and was changed to orange for the label cover.
This is the Rush album without Neil Peart on drums; John Rutsey left a week before the start of their first tour.
Photos by BIC Photography.
Produced by Rush.
Recorded at Toronto Sound Studios and Eastern Sound Studio.
Re-mixed in Toronto Sound Studios.
Mastered at Masterdisk.