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Picture: Rush “ReDISCovered” box

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Courtesy of the Acoustic Sounds’ Instagram feed, the man in the shorts and T-shirt is busy assembling the Rush “ReDISCovered” vinyl box set that we told you about last month.

This 200g vinyl pressing was created (and box set assembled) at Quality Record Pressings, the state-of-the-art Kansas based pressing plant. The photo showsthe various elements that go into the box set including the circular ‘reel to reel’ card (which has various credits on the reverse), the individual Moon Records publicity photos of Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and original drummer John Rutsey and the 12″x12″ Rush ‘Family Tree’ poster. This set also comes with a download card for digital files (MP3s).

This Rush ReDISCovered vinyl box is released on 28 April 2014 and can be ordered via the Acoustic Sounds website or using the links below.

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4 responses to Picture: Rush “ReDISCovered” box

  1. Andy says:

    Ahhhhaaaaaa, so that’s the guy that damages my expensive box set memorabilia!!

    My nightmares now have a face.

  2. Tman says:

    The box sets are going to fall off the table. LOL

  3. Major Labels Suck says:

    Look at those boxes about to fall off the table by this guy. They will all crash, the corners crushed, they will get shipped to Amazon and Amazon will be blamed for the damage.

  4. noyoucmon says:

    I love how what looks like a storage locker or half-dismantled storage shelf behind the table appears to be nearly fallen over! This is a far sight away from images of meticulous factory assembly that I’ve seen of, say, Beatles albums being assembled at Capitol in the ’60s!

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