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A chronological listing of all known literary and theatrical productions inspired by Rush, as well as all known occurences of Rush references in pop culture excluding references made during talkshows, gameshows, sporting events, news programs, etc., as they are too numerous to list.Defenders #45, by Marvel Comics, March 1977 Published less than a year following the release of 2112, this comic is vaguely drawn from the album's with a pro-individual, anti-collectivist theme. We were knocked out, and it really meant a lot to us. That tiny little line in the comic book meant more to us than a whole issue of Rolling Stone or anything else.Synchronicity Concert, the concert movie by The Police, filmed November 3, 1983 A fan in the crowd can be seen wearing a Rush Signals t-shirt right after "De Do Do Do De Da Da Da".The Natural, the movie, May 11, 1984 2112 sighting: about 46 minutes in, when Bump Bailey (Michael Madsen) crashes through the rightfield wall in pursuit of a flyball, two players wearing jersey numbers "21" and "12" race to his aid.1986, the television news program, June 10 - December 30, 1986 This American television news program anchored by Roger Mudd and Connie Chung used "Mystic Rhythms" as its theme music.
It took me ages to regarin Rush's trust." - Fin Costello, Classic Rock, September/November 2002 Over The Edge, the movie, November 2, 1979 In the opening scene a quart of beer is taken away from a teenager who is wearing an A Farewell To Kings tour shirt (the teen is escorted out past a young Matt Dillon, starring in his first film).The original Rush photo has been included in various Rush media, such as The Words And The Pictures, Vol.I (1979) and Brian Harrigan's Rush (1982), and Rush Beyond The Lighted Stage (2010) "I was at Oyster Records in NY, and was coming up with ideas for the cover art for Rainbow's Long Live Rock'n'roll...The Body Electric, the Canadian animated television movie, 1985 Featuring a Rush soundtrack, this half-hour film combines themes and ideas from many Rush songs, particularly "The Body Electric" and "2112".The story takes place after a robot revolution in a futuristic domed city named "Red Sector A".