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Features 20-bit digital remastering from the original master tapes and enhanced packaging faithful to the original LP release. Tracks include "2112," "Overture," "The Temples of Syrinx," "The Dream, " "Soliloquy," "Grand Finale," "The Twilight Zone," "Lessons," "Tears," Something for Nothing" and more.

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''2112'' (pronounced "''twenty-one twelve''") is the fourth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in 1976. The Toronto dates of the 2112 tour were recorded and released as ''All The World's a Stage'' in September 1976.

The album ''2112'' features an eponymous seven-part suite written by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson, with lyrics written by Neil Peart. The suite tells a dystopian story set in the year 2112. Since the album is named after the suite it is sometimes described as a concept album. Technically it is not, as the songs on the second side are completely unrelated to the plot of the suite. Rush repeated this arrangement on the 1978 album ''Hemispheres''.

''2112'' is one of two Rush albums listed in ''1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die'' (the other being ''Moving Pictures''). In 2006, a poll of Planet Rock listeners picked ''2112'' as the definitive Rush album. - Wikipedia