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Mystic Rhythms

"Mystic Rhythms" is a single featured on the Rush album Power Windows. The single charted at #21 on the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart.[1] The song was featured on several compilation albums[1] and was performed live by the band on their Power Windows, Counterparts and R30 tours, appearing on the live albums A Show of Hands and R30: 30th Anniversary Tour. For this song, drummer Neil Peart utilized his electronic drum kit, playing it on the album and in concert during live performances of the track.

It was released as a single in Japan and it was used as the opening song of the NBC news program, "1986".[2]

The music video was directed by Gerald Casale, who is a member of Devo.

See also

  • List of Rush songs

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