New World Man is a track from the 1982 album Signals by Rush. It is 3:43 in length and is a perennial fan favorite. Incidentally, the song was the last and quickest composed song on the album, stemming from a suggestion from then Rush producer Terry Brown. It remains Rush’s only American Top 40 hit; peaking at #21 on the Billboard singles chart for three weeks in October and November of 1982. It also topped the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for two weeks (their first single to do so), and reached #42 in the UK; a remixed version released as a double A-side with “Countdown” later reached #36 in the UK in early 1983.
The song involves heavy use of guitar, synthesizer, and bass, especially near the middle of the song. The song essentially follows a standard verse-chorus-verse-chorus pattern in the absence of a guitar solo. The song explains a man who wants to have a part in the world and make a noticeable difference. [Info courtesy: wikipedia.org]
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