BU2B2
by Rush

Album: Clockwork Angels (2012)
  • This one-and-a-half minute interlude is virtually an orchestral remix of its bigger brother. Producer Nick Raskulinecz told MusicRadar.com: "It's completely different from the demo. The only thing that is the same is the vocal, and that was originally sung to a different piece of music. Because of that, it's got a really cool, weird feeling to it.

    There's no guitar or bass on it," he continued. We constructed it using different elements of instruments. Alex wrote a great string part and put keyboards on it. It's kind of a segue piece. Geddy's vocal is almost bluesy on it. It's pretty special."

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