In a lot of ways the name Grace Under Pressure describes Rush themselves. The band had been so successful up until this point that the pressure to keep churning out hits for the charts and lasting albums for the fans must've been huge. Yet still, the trio released Grace Under Pressure, with a new wave style accentuating their established pop-prog, as if it were second nature. It contains some of Rush's catchiest moments, including "Afterimage" and "The Body Electric", but it also contains some of Geddy Lee's best bass moments as well as some memorable vocal moments. Lifeson and Peart are pitch-perfect, as was par for the course for them during the last decade, and though the album doesn't have a true highlight the likes of "Subdivisions", the quality stays high and static throughout. Pound-for-pound, I don't know if any band in the history of progressive rock had a run as brilliant as Rush did for the first decade-and-change of their careers.