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The Perfect Documentary to Accompany an AD&D Game: 'Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage'


Alright, male nerds and anyone else who really likes Rush (I'm pretty sure just male nerds), prepare to learn the history of your favorite Canadian power trio. Scot McFadyen and Sam Dunn, directors of Metal: A Headbanger's Journey, have compiled interviews, performances, and old footage of the prog rock band and constructed a film that may finally answer the question of if drummer Neil Peart really needs that many cymbals. Come on, it's a little excessive.


Seriously, though, Rush is kind of awesome. Except for all the high fantasy crap.

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