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Caress of Steel is the third studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on September 24, 1975, by Mercury Records. It marked a development in the group's sound, moving from the blues-based hard rock style of their debut towards progressive rock. The shift proved to be a commercial and critical nadir for Rush, however, as the album's darker sound and fantastical compositions initially failed to find an audience and confused some of the band's peers, while poor sales put the band in danger of being dropped by Mercury. Despite being more positively viewed by the band's fans in retrospect, Ultimate Classic Rock noted that the album is still considered "the black sheep of their catalog".
A1 Bastille Day 4:36
A2 I Think I'm Going Bald 3:35
A3 Lakeside Park 4:07
Label: Mercury – SRM-1-1046
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Style: Prog Rock