For most Rush fans (and they continue to grow in numbers, remarkable after nearly 40 years), there is no such thing as too much Rush, so the band's first 15 albums presented here - chronicling the trio's development from scruffy but lofty sci-fi rockers, authentic prog-rock pioneers, radio-friendly hitmakers stars and keyboard enthusiasts - is just right.
Sectors is divided into three separate six-disc box sets, each one including five chronological CDs and a 5.1 surround sound DVD of one of those albums.
Sector 1 begins with the band’s 1974 self-titled debut and finishes with their first live album, 1976′s All the World’s a Stage. Sector 2 features 1980's Permanent Waves, 1981's Moving Pictures and a special DVD of 1977's A Farewell To Kings. Sector 3 includes 1982′s Signals, 1984's Grace Under Pressure and ends with 1988′s double live album, A Show of Hands.
Each Sector comes with an exclusive booklet packed with previously unpublished photos, along with lyrics and credits. And get this: when you put all of the three boxes together they form a Rush CD road case.