Rock and Roll and Canadian Music Hall of Famer rockers Rush are celebrating 40 years since the release of their album “Moving Pictures”.

Set for an April 15 release, the album is being released in several different versions nd formnts – a Super Deluxe, a three CD Deluxe, a five LP Deluxe, a single LP, a digital Deluxe, and a Dolby Atmos digital edition. Fans may pre-order their choices on Amazon.


Originally recorded in Quebec in 1981, the album went on to top the charts in Canada and included the hit “Tom Sawyer”. It has been certified five times platinum by the RIAA – Recording Industry Association of America – for selling five million copies in the United States.

The Super Deluxe edition of the album features three CD, a Blu-ray audio, and five vinyl albums. Along with a remastered edition of the album, the set includes previously unreleased music, live bonus music including a previously unreleased concert at the Maple Garden in Toronto, music videos. The set will also feature numerous goodies including a hard cover book with previously unreleased photos, new artwork, and extensive liner notes.

The three CD Deluxe version includes the album plus the live Toronto show, and a 24 page book.

The five LP editon will also include the remastered album; as well as, the live Toronto show. The collection will come in a slip case with tow gatefold jackets. The 24 page book is also included in this package.

In the single LP package, each album comes with one of six Neil Peart hand-drawn lyric sheets in a limited-edition premium gatefold jacket.

The deluxe digital release will include the album plus the live performance in Toronto.

The final edition is a Dolby Atmos mastered digital release of the album.