Speed Of Love
by Rush

Album: Counterparts (1993)


  • Neil Peart (Modern Drummer magazine, February 1994): "'The Speed Of Love' is kind of mid-tempo, more sensitive rock song. That song probably took me the longest to find just the right elements I wanted to have in a drum part. What made it a challenge is that I wanted the feel and the transitions between sections to be just right. I played that song over and over, refining it until I was satisfied. I don't think a listener will hear all the work that went into that track. >>
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    Mike - Mountlake Terrace, Washington

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  • John from Asheville, NcThis song would've fit nicely on Presto, being a mid-tempo tune...(like much of their material in the late 80s, early 90s). I like it quite well. It's not an album highlight, but there's nothing wrong here. I love where Peart is going on this record lyrically...his focus on love and relationships.
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