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Canadian prog-rock greats Rush will release a new live album, Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland, as well as a new live DVD/BluRay, this November. Recorded in April at Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena during the trio's Time Machine world tour, the live album is the band's first live release recorded in the States.
The new release includes a live performance of Rush's 1981 classic Moving Pictures in its entirety, celebrating the album's 30th anniversary. Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland will be out as a two-CD set, as well as digitally and on vinyl, on November 8 via Anthem/Roadrunner.
Rush is also releasing Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland on BluRay and DVD formats on November 8 via Rounder Records in the U.S. and Eagle Rock Entertainment abroad. VH1 will air a two-hour concert culled from the footage as part of their annual "Rushashana" program next Thursday, September 29.
This fall, Rush will be returning to the studio to resume work on their highly anticipated 20th studio album, Clockwork Angels, due out in 2012.