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Rush’s “Abbey Road” goes up for sale for $18,000

Rush recording Permanent Waves at Le Studio (Image by: Getty Images)

With Rush currently touring North America, you may find yourself thinking it’s time to make your own Permanent Waves or Moving Pictures. Well, your lucky day is here, because according to Noisy, for the low price of $18,000 you can get started by buying the Canadian trio’s famous recording studio, Le Studio. Dubbed “Rush’s Abbey Road,” Le Studio was built in 1974 by sound engineer Andre Perry and has helped produce seven Rush studio albums. It’s also hosted the likes of Cat Stevens, David Bowie, The Police, and The Bee Gees.

Today, seven years after the studio was last up for sale in 2008, the structure is dilapidated, making it a real steal for anyone with the spirit of radio running through their veins and a working man’s knowledge of carpentry at their disposal.

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