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Rush - Roll The Bones album download Performer: Rush
Album: Roll The Bones
Country: Canada
Released: 1991
Style: Hard Rock, Prog Rock
Size MP3: 1437 mb.
Size FLAC: 1799 mb.
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 674
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Roll the Bones is the fourteenth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on September 3, 1991 on Anthem Records. After touring their previous album Presto, the band took a break before they started work on a follow-up in early 1991. Roll the Bones was a return to commercial success for the band, reaching No. 3 in the US, No. 10 in the UK, and No. 11 in Canada. Between 1991 and 1992, six songs from the album were released as singles

Roll the Bones . 1991. Well, you can stake that claim Good work is the key to good fortune Winners take that praise Losers seldom take that blame. If they don't take that game And sometimes the winner takes nothing We draw our own designs But fortune has to make that frame. We go out in the world and take our chances Fate is just the weight of circumstances That's the way that lady luck dances. Roll the bones Roll the bones. Why are we here? Because we're here Roll the bones Roll the bones. Why does it happen? Because it happens Roll the bones Roll the bones. Because it happens Roll the bones Roll the bones. Face up. (Lee/Lifeson/Peart).

Roll the Bones is the fourteenth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on September 3, 1991 by Atlantic Records. Its total length is 48:04. Rush's previous release Presto opted towards a more simple hard rock sound. Roll the Bones was Rush's highest charting album since Moving Pictures as it reached on the Billboard 200 chart and on the UK albums chart. It has since gone Platinum in the . The strengths of the album are its simple and radio friendly hard rock sound, Lifeson's increased guitar work, the theme of the album that compares life to gambling as you have to take chances to have success in life. The weaknesses of the album include the several filler tracks on the album. Here are my thoughts on each track.

About Roll The Bones album. Album Roll The Bones (1991). Label Anthem Records (2). Lyrics By. Neil Peart. Music By. Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee. Keyboards.

Neil Peart ("Roll The Bones Radio Special"): "Roll The Bones' is the perfect title, because through all of the thoughts that I go through on the album, about all these nasty things that happen, and all these terrible things that could happen to you: a drunk in a stolen car could run over you on your way home tomorrow. night, and you could have the best-laid plans for what you want to do, but there's still that element of chance that it could all go wrong. But the bottom line of that is, 'Take the chance, roll the bones  . The young boy on the album cover of Rush 1992 long-player of the same name comes to life. The band are shown playing in a cavern just round the corner from the young boy. The "rap" part is mouthed by a skeleton.

This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 111/151 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Roll the Bones. BPM Profile Roll the Bones. Album starts at 146BPM, ends at 131BPM (-15), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Rush.

Tracklist

Dreamline 4:36
Bravado 4:35
Roll The Bones 5:30
Face Up 3:54
Where's My Thing? (Part IV, "Gangster Of Boats" Trilogy) 3:49
The Big Wheel 5:13
Heresy 5:26
Ghost Of A Chance 5:19
Neurotica 4:40
You Bet Your Life 5:00

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ANK-1064 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album) Anthem Records ANK-1064 Canada 1991
82293 Rush 82293 ‎(Cass, Album, Adv) Atlantic 82293 US 1991
PR10 Rush Roll The Bones Radio Special ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Anthem Records PR10 Canada 1991
AMCY-286 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album) Atlantic, Anthem Records AMCY-286 Japan 1991
7567-82293-2, 7 82293-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album) Atlantic, Anthem Records Inc. 7567-82293-2, 7 82293-2 US 1991
7567-82293-2, 7567-82293-2YS Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album) Atlantic, Atlantic 7567-82293-2, 7567-82293-2YS Europe 1991
7 82293-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album) Atlantic, Anthem Records Inc. 7 82293-2 US 1991
782293-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album) Atlantic, Anthem Records 782293-2 Brazil 1991
7 82293-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, ARC) Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-2 US 1991
7 82293-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Club) Atlantic, Anthem Records 7 82293-2 US 1991
7 82293-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Club) Atlantic Recording Corporation, Anthem Records 7 82293-2 US 1991
CANK 1064 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Club) Anthem Records CANK 1064 Canada 1991
CANK 1064, CANK-1064, ANK-1064 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Club, RE) Anthem Records , Anthem Records , Anthem Records CANK 1064, CANK-1064, ANK-1064 Canada 1991
AMCY-286 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Atlantic, Anthem Records AMCY-286 Japan 1991
ANT-1064 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album) Anthem Records ANT-1064 Canada 1991
7567-82293-4, WX 436C Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album) Atlantic, Anthem 7567-82293-4, WX 436C Europe 1991
7 82293-4, 82293-4 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album) Atlantic, Atlantic 7 82293-4, 82293-4 Indonesia 1991
7 82293-4, 82293-4 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album) Atlantic, Atlantic 7 82293-4, 82293-4 US 1991
7 82293-4, 82293-4 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album) Atlantic, Atlantic 7 82293-4, 82293-4 US 1991
CANT 1064 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Club) Anthem Records CANT 1064 Canada 1991
7 82293-4 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Club) Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-4 US 1991
MG 1408 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) MG Records MG 1408 Poland 1991
none Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Avesta none Bulgaria 1991
670.9392 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(LP, Album) Atlantic 670.9392 Brazil 1991
7567-82293-1 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(LP, Album) Atlantic, Anthem 7567-82293-1 Europe 1991
1594 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Takt Music 1594 Poland 1992
ANMD 1064 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Anthem Records ANMD 1064 Canada 2004
83737-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Atlantic, Anthem Records 83737-2 US 2004
83737-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Atlantic, Anthem Records 83737-2 Argentina 2004
7567-83737-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Atlantic, Anthem Records 7567-83737-2 Europe 2004
756783737-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP) Atlantic, Anthem 756783737-2 Brazil 2004
AFZ 116 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(HDCD, Album, Ltd, Num, RM, 24K) Audio Fidelity AFZ 116 US 2011
AFZ 116 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(HDCD, Mixed, RM, TP, Ref) Audio Fidelity AFZ 116 US 2011
WPCR-14994 Rush = ラッシュ* Rush = ラッシュ* - Roll The Bones = ロール・ザ・ボーンズ ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM) Atlantic, Anthem WPCR-14994 Japan 2013
R1 83737 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, 200) Atlantic, Anthem R1 83737 USA & Canada 2015
none Rush Roll The Bones ‎(10xFile, AAC, Album, RM, 256) Anthem none Unknown
ANK-1064 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Club) Anthem Records ANK-1064 Canada Unknown
7567-82293-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP) Atlantic, Anthem Records Inc. 7567-82293-2 Europe Unknown
none Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RM, Unofficial) Not On Label none Russia Unknown
7567-83737-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RM, Unofficial) Atlantic , Anthem 7567-83737-2 Russia Unknown
7 82293-2 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, RP) Atlantic, Anthem Records Inc. 7 82293-2 US Unknown
7 82293-2, none Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Atlantic , ООО "Даймонд СД" 7 82293-2, none Russia Unknown
0680 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Elbo 0680 Poland Unknown

Tracklist

1 Dreamline 4:36
2 Bravado 4:35
3 Roll The Bones 5:30
4 Face Up 3:54
5 Where's My Thing? (Part IV, "Gangster Of Boats" Trilogy) 3:49
6 The Big Wheel 5:13
7 Heresy 5:26
8 Ghost Of A Chance 5:19
9 Neurotica 4:40
10 You Bet Your Life 5:00

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – MMG Inc.
  • Recorded At – Le Studio
  • Recorded At – McClear Place
  • Mixed At – Nomis Studios
  • Produced At – Chalet Studio
  • Mastered At – Masterdisk
  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Copyright (c) – Anthem Entertainment
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Published By – Core Music Publishing

Credits

  • Arranged By – Rush
  • Bass, Vocals, Synthesizer – Geddy Lee
  • Drums, Cymbal – Neil Peart
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals – Alex Lifeson
  • Engineer – Stephen W. Tayler
  • Keyboards [Additional], Backing Vocals, Arranged By – Rupert Hine
  • Lyrics By – Peart* (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 10)
  • Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
  • Music By – Lifeson*, Lee*
  • Producer – Rupert Hine, Rush

Notes

Recorded February - May, 1991, at Le Studio, Morin Heights, Quebec, and McClear Place, Toronto.
Mixed at Nomis Studios, London.
Pre-production work at Chalet Studio by Lerxst Sound.
Mastered at Masterdisk, NYC.

© 1991 Atlantic Recording Corporation and Anthem Entertainment.
℗ 1991 Atlantic Recording Corporation.
Published by Core Music Publishing (SOCAN) a Time Warner Company.
Manufactured by MMG, Inc. Tokyo, Japan, a Time Warner Company.
Made in Japan.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 988029 028648
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Matrix / Runout: AMCY-286 1
  • Other (Pressed in clear center): CSR

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ANK-1064 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(CD, Album) Anthem Records ANK-1064 Canada 1991
CANT 1064 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Club) Anthem Records CANT 1064 Canada 1991
7 82293-4 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album, Club) Atlantic, Anthem 7 82293-4 US 1991
none Rush Roll The Bones ‎(10xFile, AAC, Album, RM, 256) Anthem none Unknown
ANT-1064 Rush Roll The Bones ‎(Cass, Album) Anthem Records ANT-1064 Canada 1991


very nice remastered reissue. sounds just like a record should.
This confirms what I originally suspected back in 1991. "Roll The Bones" was the 1st Rush album NOT to be released on vinyl in the US. That's why my vinyl Rush releases stop at "Presto". Great album that is moving them back to their guitar, bass and drums foundation, before synthesizers took over.
I already know what the songs sound like (and on this re-issue version, they all sound sooo beautiful, crisp and sharp and clear) but I also want to talk about the packaging, because that is what impressed me the most. Thank you for putting it all on one disc! (For some reason, having only 3 sides and leaving the 4th side empty just seems like such a waste. it feels incomplete) The material they chose for the cover is amazing! This nice glossy sleeve is perfect. The inner sleeve is so smooth and fresh too. I love new vinyl so much. This is a beautiful album to have on vinyl with that cover design by Hugh Syme
ytsejam58 I already know what the songs sound like (and on this re-issue version, they all sound sooo beautiful, crisp and sharp and clear) but I also want to talk about the packaging, because that is what impressed me the most. Thank you for putting it all on one disc! (For some reason, having only 3 sides and leaving the 4th side empty just seems like such a waste. it feels incomplete) The material they chose for the cover is amazing! This nice glossy sleeve is perfect. The inner sleeve is so smooth and fresh too. I love new vinyl so much. This is a beautiful album to have on vinyl with that cover design by Hugh Syme You know, its a reason why they put it on 3 sides. It gives the grooves bigger room, so the record sounds better. I love that they did that on Counterparts and Test For Echo. I wish they did it on all these new releases!
Mine comes in a long box cardboard package.
Roll The Bones is an album that I could easily live without. Most of it sounds like bland filler ("Face Up", "Ghost Of A Chance", "You Bet Your Life"); others I find start strongly (or at least interestingly), but just aren't that great ("Bravado", "Neurotica") and the gambling motif that punctuates the entire thing gets wearisome very quickly.Also, that rap is excruciating.
yeah, this album sucks hard - everything after Rush - Moving Pictures is not worth listening to - ever. most folks that like this crap haven't heard the first five (gotta include Rush - All The World's A Stage)
Over production, crap name for poor intstrumental track, & soppy lighter-waving "ballad(s)" make for possibly Rush's worst album.
any idea how valuable this is ? not that i am willing to sell hahah
I just have to say that this album starts Rush off on a new bang in the 90's. Now first off, if you do not like variety, this album is not a good one for you. Because every song on this decent album is somewhat different from the rest. That's what I like about this album: variety. Sure, Geddy tries stuffing as much new synth sounds as he can, but don't let that get your hopes down about the album. Eventually, if you take a liking to the album, you can actually sing every song because the lyrics are easy to pick up. Luck be dammed on this album, if that's what it's all about. These songs can apply to most situations.Dreamline: If you listen to the other songs on this album, then Dreamline doesn't sound like it belongs. Never fear, the riff master is here. Alex starts us off with some muted, quick notes and then the crashing sound of the song. The lyrics make no absolute sense, but with a name like "Dreamline", what's to be expected? If you can get past this song, you're good.Bravado: Slow song, but lyrics that are sad. Peart's drumming reminds me of Red Sector A. There is not much to say about this song, except that it carries on the spirit of the Presto album. It sounds like a song that came from that album and even sounds like The Pass Mk. II.Roll the Bones: The best thing about this song is Geddy's rap as an interlude in the song–something completely new that he has never done before. Some snyth sweeps and simple riffs. The song is "VERY" repetitive though, especially the chorus.Face Up: We open with some Peart drumming and then some staccato synth, but the fast pace of this song never lets up. The chorus section us just mind-grabbing. You can't help yourself but sing along.Where's My Thing?: Instrumentals, yay! This follows a similar structure throughout the song, but is enjoyable. The instrumentals that succeed this album follow patterns.The Big Wheel: Now for those of you that don't like intense synth, this is not for you. This song is very popish almost, but sounds like a sweet ballad–well, at least the chorus section is. Alex's guitar work on this song is great.Heresy: Morbid. The snare military drum march in the beginning opens this song... The song is calm and cooling, but Geddy's singing is mostly spoken and solemn, speaking of the demise of the USSR.Ghost of a Chance: This section of the album, following Heresy is mostly sad songs. This one definitely comes from Peart's heart. If you don't pay close attention, you won't really hear Alex's playing. Geddy's singing here goes into doubletracking, which happens with the rest of this album...Neurotica: This song is very funky, and very groovy. The chorus is the most enticing part, "Oooh ooh ohoh". The lyrics are easy to follow and the song overall just feels good to sing along to.You Bet Your Life: Finally Peart, some more intense drumming. This song is fun to follow along with, especially the choruses and the prechoruses. Geddy's singing is awesome on this song, and so is Alex's strumming. Vocal layering is prevalent here, but is awesome to listen to, especially the chorus with Geddy's backing vocals listing all these type of people and occupations. Luck played into the lyrics about "Odds get even", you can't tell if this is a positive song or not. A good fade out to close the album on a high note.If you don't have this album, seriously get it. There is much to enjoy on this album. 4.5 points.