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Titled Rush: Canada's Most Successful (and least recognized) Rock Band and written by Tom Harrison, the article discusses Rush's fifth studio album A Farewell to Kings as well the fact that the band, even within Canada, isn't as well known as it should be.
There's also a full page advertisement for all of Rush's albums at that point.
This next multi-page article/review comes from the January 1976 edition of the Ontario Entertainment Magazine Cheap Thrills.
The article, titled A Solid Gold Rush discusses the bands first four studio albums along with their first live offering. The June 11th, 1977 edition of New Musical Express from the UK contained a dual/dueling article on the band called The Rush Phenomenon by Paul Morley and Paul Rambali.
All three are mentioned in the liner notes from Rush's debut album.
In March of 1975, the Music Canada Quarterly Magazine published a two-page spread on the band titled A Rush of Sound by Cliff Lorimer.
The February 14th-20th, 1980 edition of Scene Entertainment Weekly (of Northeast Ohio), included a two-page, front cover article on Rush called Rush: Something Special for Everyone.
You can read this article via the following two links: Cover / Page 1 --- Page 2.
Here's a fantastic 7-page article which appeared in the January 1975 edition of The Canadian Composer - a bilingual monthly music magazine.
Alongside the band are Joe Mc Hugh and Greg Mc Cutcheon of "ATI"; the organization who booked Rush for their early, New York gigs.