Rush Working Man 50th Anniversary (Canada Colorway)

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We're celebrating the 50th anniversary of the March 18, 1974 release of Rush’s self-titled album, Rush, with a set of new officially licensed limited edition screenprints that are now available

The discovery of the album, which led to the introduction of Rush to the world, all can be traced back to one legendary story which we pay homage to in the art. In 1974, Donna Halper, music director of WMMS-FM in Cleveland, OH, dropped the needle on a record by a then unsigned Rush. She’d never heard of Rush, but a Canadian record promoter had sent her the Toronto bar band’s self-titled, self-released album. Halper chose a long cut called "Working Man.”

“Cleveland was a factory town back then,” Halper recalls. “I said, this song is going to resonate with our audience.” She had a DJ put it on the air that night. Listeners started calling. Some asked if it was a new Led Zeppelin song. Others asked, “Can you play it again?” And in that instant, she became the reason why we're all Rush fans. 

We decided to create two colorways of the art, as the original self-released album in Canada had RUSH in red, which was the band's approved color. When the album was released in the USA however, there was a printing error at Mercury which had RUSH printed in hot pink.

  • Hand Numbered: Yes
  • Authenticity: Collectionzz holographic sticker on back of print 
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    The Silent Giants


    18 x 24



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    In The Studio

    Each print is a bespoke piece of art that takes dozens of hours to create from scratch. All of our products are officially licensed, each stage of production is overseen by the artists and bands ensuring the highest quality.