RUSH's forthcoming "Rush In Rio" DVD will be screened in Regal Theaters in more than 30 U.S. markets on October 21, according to Billboard.com. A full list of cities has yet to be announced.
The "Rush in Rio" CD/DVD sets — both of which are scheduled to arrive in stores on October 21 — chronicle a Nov. 23, 2002, show at Rio's Maracana Stadium on the final night of RUSH's "Vapor Trails" tour. The CD will be released by Anthem/Atlantic, while the DVD will be issued through Anthem/Coming Home/Zoe.
The "Rush in Rio" CD sports two bonus tracks recorded earlier in the tour: "Vital Signs", from 1981's "Moving Pictures", which has never appeared on a prior RUSH live album and "Between Sun & Moon", from 1993's "Counterparts", which made its concert debut on the trek.
DVD bonus features include a documentary by RUSH photographer Andrew MacNaughtan, an animated clip for "By Tor & the Snow Dog", a recently discovered 1975 performance clip of "Anthem", two alternate angle clips of drummer Neil Peart's "O Baterista" solo number and multi-angle viewing options for "YYZ" and "La Villa Strangiato".
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