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Hold Your Fire is the twelfth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on September 8, 1987. It was recorded at The Manor Studio in Oxfordshire, Ridge Farm Studio in Surrey, Air Studios in Montserrat and McClear Place in Toronto.<ref name="notes" ></ref> Hold Your Fire was the last Rush studio album released outside Canada by PolyGram/Mercury.

Rush continued to explore new songwriting territory in Hold Your Fire. 'Til Tuesday bassist and vocalist Aimee Mann contributed vocals to "Open Secrets" and "Time Stand Still", appearing in the Zbigniew Rybczyński-directed video for the latter.<ref name="Collins" />

The album was not as commercially successful as most of the band's releases of the 1980s, only peaking at #13 on the Billboard charts, the lowest debut for a Rush album since Hemispheres.<ref name="album" /> However, it did eventually go gold.


Hold Your Fire sections
Intro  Writing  Production  Reception  Track listing  Personnel  Charts   Singles   Sales certifications  Remaster details  References  Further reading  

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Hold Your Fire is the twelfth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on September 8, 1987. It was recorded at The Manor Studio in Oxfordshire, Ridge Farm Studio in Surrey, Air Studios in Montserrat and McClear Place in Toronto.<ref name="notes" ></ref> Hold Your Fire was the last Rush studio album released outside Canada by PolyGram/Mercury.

Rush continued to explore new songwriting territory in Hold Your Fire. 'Til Tuesday bassist and vocalist Aimee Mann contributed vocals to "Open Secrets" and "Time Stand Still", appearing in the Zbigniew Rybczyński-directed video for the latter.<ref name="Collins" />

The album was not as commercially successful as most of the band's releases of the 1980s, only peaking at #13 on the Billboard charts, the lowest debut for a Rush album since Hemispheres.<ref name="album" /> However, it did eventually go gold.


Hold Your Fire sections
Intro  Writing  Production  Reception  Track listing  Personnel  Charts   Singles   Sales certifications  Remaster details  References  Further reading  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Writing
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