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D.J. Rush Gee - The First Rush / Innovator FLAC album

Performer: D.J. Rush Gee
Genre: Electronic
Title: The First Rush / Innovator
Country: UK
Released: 1995
Style: Happy Hardcore
FLAC version ZIP size: 1484 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1390 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1667 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 848

Rush is the debut studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on March 1, 1974 by the band's own label Moon Records in Canada and by Mercury Records in the United States and internationally. Their first release shows much of the hard rock sound typical of many of the popular rock bands emerging earlier in the decade. Rush were fans of such bands as Led Zeppelin and Cream, and these influences can be heard in most of the songs on the album.

by. DJ Rush Gee. The First Rush, Innovator. Producer: UFO (Hardcore Producer). Main genre: Electronic, Dance. Tags: Happy Hardcore, Hardcore, Breakbeat. Contains samples of 5 songs.

1975 - Caress Of Steel. 1977 - A Farewell To Kings.

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We first opened our doors in Los Angeles, California in 1933 as an Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG) distributor. But after four generations of ownership, growth, and expansion, . Rush Company is now headquartered in the heart of Central California; moreover, our business sprawls across more than 100 acres of land! As the oil and gas industry expanded over the years, so have our customers’ needs. By the early eighties, we understood that to serve our customers better, we needed to expand our capabilities.

J. Rush, . Rush Presents Knee Deep, Dj Rush, DJ. Rush, D. ush, Major Rush, Rush. The first time I saw him he was doing a live set and came out into the crowd wearing a sailor suit, 12 inch platforms (he's incredibly tall normally), make-up and an odd hairstyle with little squares on his head. Towering over the crowd he walked to the stage and proceeded to pound us into submission. Later on he did a dj set as well. His mixing isn't the most technically proficient, but he has an amazing stage presence. Everytime I have seen him spin, which was every chance I could get, I have stood mesmerized at the side of the stage during his whole set. When watching him you can.

Deciding the best Rush album is a near impossible task. On one hand, you have a perfect meld of Rush's 70's and 80's era in Moving Pictures. On the other, you have their absolute classic album and the recording that cemented them as a prog rock powerhouse, 2112, with that legendary masterpiece of a title track. On the other hand, you could say the vast amounts of experimentation on Hemispheres resulting in quite possibly the greatest rock instrumental ever, La Villa Strangiato, takes the cake for pinnacle Rush album. This dark rush album is great. The opener, Distant Early Warning would give Subdivisions a run for its money. I must admit that this album was my first introduction to Rush so there may be some nostalgia at work in my fondness for it.


A The First Rush
AA Innovator

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Alphamagic
  • Distributed By – BMG Distribution


  • Plated By – mA.*
  • Producer – DJ. U.F.O.*
  • Written-By – Rush Gee*


Track A samples:
Piano from Sterling Void - Don't Wanna Go
Synth from Moby - Go (Rainforest Mix)
Riff from DJ's Unite - Vol. 1a

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5021780507461
  • Matrix / Runout: MFU-008-A₁ mA.
  • Matrix / Runout: MFU-008-B₁ mA.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MFU 008 DJ Rush Gee The First Rush / Innovator ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Man From Uncle Records MFU 008 UK 1995

I used to know the chap who wrote these tunes, infact the first draft was done on my old Commodore Amiga (!). The main track samples Jon of the Pleased Wimmin's Track Passion, and the B side is a kind of mash up of Hedgehog affair part 4 and Manix - Feel real good's Piano riff. Both were good tunes when first written, but by the time they were released the scene had changed to a much more techno edged hardcore from the breakbeats that thease tracks were based on, so the tune didnt sell so well. I think total income from the track was around £60.. I remeber doing a PA with Russ (RUSH GEE) at the Penguin Club in Southampton although I had nothing to do with the tracks, and none of the synths were plugged in, hilarious! Anyway I would feel bad if I didnt make a comment on the track so I have!