Maybe I’ll buy it after I see the concert!

Rush goes live with ‘Snakes & Arrows’
As promised, prog-rock heroes Rush will release a new live album just ahead of their extended Snakes & Arrows World Tour.
The double-CD, “Snakes & Arrows Live,” is scheduled to arrive in stores April 8–three days before the band returns to the road. The set was recorded last October at the Netherlands’ Ahoy Rotterdam arena during Rush’s five-month world tour. The album’s live rendition of “Workin’ Them Angels” is expected to be delivered to rock radio outlets nationwide on March 10, according to a press release.
The original version of the single comes from the Canadian trio’s latest studio release, “Snakes & Arrows,” which debuted at No. 3 on The Billboard 200 last May and became Rush’s 11th Top 10 album in the US. The set marked the band’s first collection of new material since 2002’s “Vapor Trails.”
Rush’s 2007 tour behind “Snakes & Arrows” was its highest-grossing outing to date, and the members–Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Neil Peart–are getting ready to hit the road hard again this spring.
The 2008 trek is scheduled to launch April 11 with the band’s first-ever concert in San Juan, Puerto Rico. From there, Rush will jump over to North America, where it will conquer nearly 50 dates across the US and Canada through July. Since last check, a second night has been added in Los Angeles. Details are listed below.
The upcoming tour will bring the trio to a host of cities it hasn’t played in more than a decade, including Winnipeg, MB; Regina, SK; New Orleans; Oklahoma City, OK; Reno, NV; Moline, IL; Boise, ID; Austin, TX; and Orlando and Jacksonville, FL.
Since releasing its self-titled debut in 1974, Rush has achieved worldwide sales topping 35 million units, according to a press release.