Top 10 Rush Songs With the Best Intros

YYZ: This instrumental track starts with a complex Morse code-inspired rhythm, showcasing the band's technical prowess.

Xanadu: Features a mystical and atmospheric intro, with chiming guitar and synthesizer that build anticipation for the epic journey ahead.

Tom Sawyer: The iconic synthesizer and drum intro set the tone for one of Rush’s most famous songs, blending progressive rock and synth elements.

Subdivisions: A haunting synthesizer intro captures the essence of suburban isolation, highlighted by Geddy Lee’s bass and Neil Peart’s precise drumming.

Spirit of Radio: Opens with an intricate guitar riff by Alex Lifeson, leading into a dynamic and energetic anthem about the power of music.

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Red Barchetta: Opens with a gentle yet captivating guitar intro that evokes a sense of nostalgia and adventure.

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Limelight: Begins with an engaging guitar riff that seamlessly transitions into a classic rock anthem about the challenges of fame.

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La Villa Strangiato: An instrumental masterpiece starting with a delicate, classical-inspired guitar intro before diving into complex, dynamic passages.

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Closer to the Heart: Begins with a melodic acoustic guitar riff that transitions into a heartfelt rock anthem about unity and change.

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2112 Overture: The epic opening to the 2112 suite features a powerful instrumental intro that sets the stage for the album’s sci-fi narrative.

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