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One Little Victory

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One Little Victory

"One Little Victory"
Single by Rush
from the album Vapor Trails
Released March 29, 2002
Format Promo CD
Recorded 2001
Genre Hard rock
Length 5:08

Anthem Records (Canada)

Anthem/Atlantic Records
Producer(s) Rush and Paul Northfield
Rush singles chronology
"Closer to the Heart / The Spirit of Radio / 2112"
"One Little Victory"
"Secret Touch"
Vapor Trails track listing
"One Little Victory"
"Ceiling Unlimited"

One Little Victory is the opening track and first single from Rush's 2002 album Vapor Trails, with music by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson, and lyrics by Neil Peart. To herald the band's comeback after a five year hiatus, the single was designed to grab the attention of listeners due to its rapid guitar and drum tempos.[1] A remixed version of "One Little Victory" appears on the compilation album Retrospective 3. The song also appears in the soundtrack for the video game Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit 2.

Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "One Little Victory"   Peart Lee, Lifeson 5:08
"One Little Victory" from Vapor Trails.

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See also


  1. ^ Vapor Trails news archive Power Windows website Accessed 16 March 2006
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