“The Spirit of Radio” is a song released by the Canadian rock band Rush in 1980 on their Permanent Waves. The song was written by Geddy Lee, Neil Peart, and Alex Lifeson. Enjoy Rush performing their song “The Spirit of Radio” in Philadelphia, PA in 2012.
“Working Man” is a song released by the Canadian rock band Rush in 1974 on their self-titled album. The song was written by Alex Lifeson and Getty Lee. Rush performing “Working Man” in Newark, NJ in 2005.
“Closer to the Heart” is a song by Canadian rock band Rush. The song was released on their A Farewell to Kings album 1977. “Closer to the Heart” peaked at number 69 on the Billboard Hot 100.
“Subdivisions” is a song released by the Canadian rock band Rush in 1982 on their album Signals. The song was written by band members Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Neil Peart. “Subdivision” is the municipal anthem of Toronto, Canada. Enjoy Rush performing “Subdivisions” in concert in Holland (2007).
“Tom Sawyer” is a song released by Canadian rock band Rush in 1981 on their Moving Pictures album. The song was written by Geddy Lee, Neal Peart, Alex Lifeson, and Pye Dubois. Enjoy Rush performing “Tom Sawyer”.
We are proud to present another creative masterpiece by Garren Lazar. In this video Garren adapts the 1982 Canadian rock band Rush’s song “Subdivisions” to Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang. There is something so wrong and something so right about Pigpen playing the role of Neil Peart on drums. We will let you make that decision.
We hope you enjoy this animated parody of Rush’s “2112″. Garren Lazar does an excellent job of building these videos.
Garren Lazar does that techy stuff he does again. Enjoy his interpretation of the classic rock anthem “Tom Sawyer”. “….and the spacey invader gets by on you!” I think that’s what he sang!
We love these Peanut’s parodies Garren Lazar puts together. The Spirit of Radio by Rush has always been a favorite of ours.