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Through the Camera Eye

Through the Camera Eye
Video by Rush
Released 1985 (VHS, Laserdisc)
Recorded 1981-1984
Genre Progressive rock
Length 42:34
Rush chronology
Through the Camera Eye (1985) Chronicles (1990)
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Through the Camera Eye is a videocassette/laserdisc release by the Canadian band Rush. It was released in 1985 by PolyGram Records. It contains promotional videos issued for the band's albums Moving Pictures (1981), Signals (1982) and Grace Under Pressure (1984). Absent from the collection were the videos for Limelight and the album version of Tom Sawyer, both filmed at Le Studio (the same locale as the Vital Signs video). The live version of "Tom Sawyer" comes from the concert video Exit... Stage Left (1982). No DVD re-issue was released.

The concept of the "Camera Eye" is a literary device used by the author John Dos Passos in his trilogy USA.

Track listing

  1. "Distant Early Warning" - 5:31
  2. "Vital Signs" - 4:42
  3. "The Body Electric" - 5:08
  4. "Afterimage" - 5:11
  5. "Subdivisions" - 5:37
  6. "Tom Sawyer (Live)" - 4:43
  7. "The Enemy Within" - 4:22
  8. "Countdown" - 5:56
  9. Credits - 1:24

Personnel

References

  1. ^ Through the Camera Eye at AllMusic
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