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A Passage To Bangkok (Live) - Rush - Chronicles (CD)

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  1. Song information for A Passage to Bangkok - Rush on AllMusic. Song information for A Passage to Bangkok - Rush on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Chronicles. Mercury: Rush. /Moving Pictures. Eagle Rock: Rush. Sector 1. Island / Mercury:
  2. Passage to Bangkok (Live) - This is the second live song on the album. Both are very good and I seem to like them more then the other studio recorded versions. They really do show the pure, raw talent of Rush. Even live they are flawless and the solo in this song is out of this world. I really like the cowbell added into the song.
  3. To get full access to the site e.g. deposit funds, download files you have to create an account. You will get 2 track for free after confirming your account!
  4. Chronicles is a double compilation album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in The collection was the band's first album to be released in the s, though it .
  5. A Passage to Bangkok - live As with What You're Doing on 'All the World's a Stage', this track was excluded from the CD release of 'Exit Stage Left', Rush's second live album. So the inclusion of it here, for the first time in a CD format, was a welcomed treat for all Rush fans. 5. Subdivisions 6. New World Man Enter the third phase of Rush.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Chronicles on Discogs. Label: Mercury - ,Anthem (5) - • Format: 2x, CD Compilation, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Pop Rock, Prog Rock, Classic Rock4/5(1).
  7. RUSH released TRANSMISSION IMPOSSIBLE (DELUXE 4-CD), in This page contains detailed performer credits and artist credits (line-up and band members), songs and tracks list, reviews, information and album cover graphic picture or DVD cover graphic or picture.
  8. This song is about the travails of using marijuana and opium, which is grown in Bangkok. In a interview, Alex Lifeson told High Times that "A Passage to Bangkok" is "about a fun little journey to all the good place you could go to have a puff." He added that they thought the song would be fun to write and that he felt drummer/lyricist Neil Peart handled in a "very eloquent way.".

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