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So it was very hard for them to get recognized, and they didn't like that. So they would have these wild parties after the show and invite, you know, everyone in sight. So there was some pretty serious goings-on. But we were good friends. We toured together for the first two tours of America for us, and we had a very good relationship. They were not successful yet, so we were playing small theaters together. " On June 7th, 1975, in San Diego, before returning home for some closing Canadian dates, Rush received a memorable send-off from Gene, Paul, Ace and Peter.
So the fact that we were born out of a love for rock and metal — whatever you want to call it — I mean, that's how we started, admiring bands like Cream and The Who. And when the progressive movement came along, Fly by Night 25 we were so impressed with the musicality and the complexity, we became complexity freaks. " And then the arrival of Peart, Geddy explains, sealed the deal. "It has to do more with the period than anything. Alex and I were already starting to write more complex stuff, and part of what wasn't working with our first drummer was the fact that he was more of a rock purist, and Alex and I wanted to play more complex stuff.
So we were pissed off. So we thought, 'You know what? ' And we started writing 2112. And there's a lot of passion and anger on that record. And we couldn't have done that without Caress of Steel and feeling kind of alone. And 2112 turned out to be our ticket to independence. After that, the record company said, 'Fine, do whatever you want. ' So there's never been anybody from the record company in any of our sessions ever. Ray's never been at any of our sessions. It's always a closed-door thing.