Rush - A Farewell To Kings (40th Anniversary / Deluxe Edition)

A Farewell To Kings was originally released on September 1, 1977 and spawned Rush's first commercially successful radio hit, “Closer To The Heart”.  On December 1, 2017 the band released a 40th anniversary edition of this famous album. The 40th anniversary package receives brand new cover art, new illustrations for each song and four bonus tracks.

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Bryan Adams - Anthology

Anthology is a compilation album by Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams which contains songs he recorded from 1978 through 2005. The collection sold more than 3 million copies worldwide.

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The Guess Who - The Best Of

The Best of The Guess Who is the fourth compilation album by The Guess Who released in 1971. It reached number 12 on the Billboard LPs chart.

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The Stampeders - Against The Grain

In 1971 The Stampeders won Juno Awards in the categories of 'Best Group,' 'Best Single,' 'Best Producer' and 'Best Composer' for their platinum single, Sweet City Woman, from their debut album, Against the Grain (retitled Sweet City Woman in the US). 

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Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Gold

Gold is a compilation album by Bachman–Turner Overdrive released in 2005 by Mercury Records.

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Neil Young - Decade

Decade is a compilation album by Canadian musician Neil Young, originally released in 1977. It contains 35 of Young's songs recorded between 1966 and 1976, among them five tracks that had been unreleased up to that point. It was certified platinum by the RIAA in 1986.

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Loverboy - Get Lucky

Get Lucky is Loverboy's second album, released in 1981. It includes the hit tracks 'Working for the Weekend' and 'When It's Over'. It became Loverboy's best selling album in the US, selling over four million copies.

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