ÊRush FAQÊ documents the amazing story of the world's greatest Canadian prog rock power trio from its origins in a church basement in Willowdale Ontario to its induction ceremony at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Covering 40 albums 10 DVDs thousands of mesmerizing live shows and millions of rock's most loyal fans the story of Rush is as epic and unique as its music. Rush has been maligned by the press for decades and misunderstood by a legion of mainstream rock fans and rock glitterati. And yet only the Beatles and Rolling Stones have earned more gold and platinum records. Few artists if any have been as influential as Rush's three virtuoso ä bassist-keyboardist-vocalist Geddy Lee guitarist Alex Lifeson and drummer-lyricist Neil Peart. Rush's focus has always been about its muse and its music. As such ÊRush FAQÊ studies the evolution of the band's sound from the early days of Zeppelin-esque blues-rock to complex synth-laden opuses to the return of concept-album bombast with the critically acclaimed ÊClockwork AngelsÊ. With wit humor and authority music industry veteran and unabashed Rush geek Max Mobley examines the music gear personalities and trials and tribulations of one of rock and roll's truly legendary acts. It is a story Rush fans will treasure and rock and roll fans will admire.