Check out Dylan Banow vs. Matthew Sielaff in this last round of the Trivia Series!
Jay has a secret that he's been keeping and producer Kevin is here to make sure he tells the whole story. Round 4 of the Trivia Series!
Jay explains how one album never gets old and has climbed its way from least favorite to 3rd or 4th favorite.
Round 3 of the Trivia Series!
Hey there! In this episode Jay talks The Body Electric, Distant Early Warning, and songs that deserve their own music video.
Round 2 of the Trivia Series! Tours and Album Art
Jay talks with Nick Palazeke and Paul Bonolo while reviewing all of Rush's music videos. Sorry in advance to Aimee Mann.
This is episode is also the first round of the trivia series!
Jay discusses the idea that every album can be grouped with either the album before it or the album after it.
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DD: What are your top 3 albums sonically? What 3 albums have your favorite sound quality?
Jay talks about why it's a blessing that the Rush guys aren't active on the internet.
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What 10 songs perfectly capture the heart of Rush for you?
Jay lays out his biggest takeaways from having visited each album in order, and maps out the plan for Rushcast this summer.
Alec Pulianas talks with a couple of friends about their relationship with a rush nerd!
Dylan Banow and Alec Pulianas join the show to talk about the last album in the series, Clockwork Angels.
Jay talks with Jeff Garrett about Rush's album of cover songs, Feedback!
Let's bump Feedback to next week and talk some Snakes! Chad Witko is in studio to talk with Jay about one of their favorites.
Matt Snyder and Jay go off on Vapor Trails and accidentally make a 2 hour episode. Hope you like this album, because we do...a lot.
An underrated album for sure. Ron Reed joins the show to talk about Geddy's solo album.
Daryll Hurst joins Jay to talk some T for E. Jay thinks Test is the most neglected album and Daryll thinks it is home to one of Geddy's best bass lines.