I've been using yourmusic.com to replace some of my old classic rock LPs with CDs. I had all the old Rush albums on vinyl, but wanted digital copies. Today I received Grace Under Pressure. I remember when I first got the LP I wasn't terribly impressed with it. But I like it more and more as time goes by. It's now among my favorite Rush albums.
There was something odd, though. I was able to get every one I wanted via yourmusic.com--even Caress of Steel!--except for one: Power Windows. It seems very strange to me that they don't have it in their catalog. I think I'll buy it as an mp3 download from Amazon. It'll take a while to download, but what the hey.
I should clarify that when I said "all" I really meant all their studio albums. I'm not really that big on repackaged compilations or live albums. I will buy compilations if it's for someone I'm interested in but don't have all their individual studio albums yet. And I might buy a live album if it has something on it that wasn't released on any other album.
Still to come: Rush, Caress of Steel, and Signals. I thought I already had Signals on CD, but in going through my collection when I was ripping them I realized I didn't have it.
My first Rush album was 2112. Purchased in 1982 while in college.