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2112 is the title track of Canadian progressive rock band Rush’s album of the same name, released in 1976. The overture and the first section, Temples of Syrinx, were released as a single and are still popular among Rush’s setlists today. The “sci-fi” sounds in the beginning of the song were created using an ARP Odyssey synthesizer and an Echoplex tape delay. Today, when performed live, the song is transposed down one full step, as heard on every live album and DVD from Different Stages forward. The entire song is featured in the video game, . Read on...

Song lines: ♪ We are the Priests, of the Temples of Syrinx ... Attention all Planets of the Solar Federation ... We have assumed control

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More songs by Rush (See Charts): Something For Nothing, Ghost Of A Chance, Chemistry, Turn The Page, The Big Money, The Twilight Zone, Bravado, Prime Mover, Digital Man, and Countdown.

Popular in Progressive Rock (See Charts): Comfortably Numb, Have A Cigar, Money, Echoes, Freewill, Aqualung, Roundabout, Close To The Edge, Schism, and In The Court Of The Crimson King.


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