RUSH Snakes and arrows live 1. Limelight
2. Digital man
3. Entre nous
4. Mission
5. Freewill
6. The main monkey business
7. The larget bowl
8. Secret touch
9. Circumstances
10. Between the wheels
11. Dreamline
12. Far cry
13. Workin' them angels
14. Armor and sword
15. Spindrift
16. The way the wind blows
17. Subdivisins
18. Natural science
19. Witch hunt
20. Malignant narcissims / De slagwerker
21. Hope
22. Distant early warning
23. The spirit of radio
24. Tom Sawyer
25. Encore:
26. One little victory
27. A passage to Bangkok
28. YYZ

Verdict: 7

RUSH is one of the most amazing groups that exist out there. There aren't many groups that have the musical or artistic skills that the members of RUSH posses. Records like Grace under pressure, Power windows and Hold your fire are masterpieces that holds a special place in my heart. Somewhere around Roll the bones I really lost this group mostly because that I felt thee was a gap between the fabulous lyrics and the somewhat bland and uninspired music. They changed that when it was time for R30, something was definitely going on and Snakes & Arrows is a really good album.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with this album, the performance is good, the sound is great and the songs sound like RUSH alright. It could be so much more. But without gems like Lock and Key, Open Secrets, The Enemy Within, Manhattan Project and Emotion Detector. The list just goes on forever...

The sticker on the cover really annoys me, fan favorites: Tom Sawyer and XYZ... That is only to flirt with the guitar hero generation that actually never knew who these Canadian gentlemen were once upon a time when it all began.

I suggest that you get a show at hands instead.