RUSH: 'Chemistry' Book Now Due In September

According to a posting on the RUSH fan site Power Windows, the new RUSH book, "Chemistry", which was originally reported as having a spring release date, is now expected in September 2005. Author Jon Collins writes: "The writing stage of the book is now finished and the text has been passed to a number of people for review. It covers the complete history of the band from origins to the present day, including side projects and other activities. Over 60 people have been interviewed, in person, by phone or by email, and several hundred interviews with band members have been referenced — in all there are at least 1500 separate citations in the text. I don't know what the final number of pages will be, but the current count is 148,077 words. There's still plenty more to do, but we're on track for September."

To pre-order the book, visit Amazon.com.

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