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"Tom Sawyer" is a song by Canadian progressive rock band Rush, named for Mark Twain's literary character. The song was released on Mercury Records and PolyGram in 1981 on the Moving Pictures album and numerous compilations thereafter, such as 1990's Chronicles. It has also appeared on several live albums and bootlegs. The song relies heavily on Geddy Lee's synthesizer playing and the techniques of drummer Neil Peart. Geddy Lee has referred to the track as the band's "defining piece of music...from the early '80s". It is one of Rush's best-known songs and is a staple of classic rock radio. Notably, it reached Number 25 in the UK singles chart in October 1981 as a follow-up to their breakthrough hit "The Spirit of Radio". In 2009 it was named the 19th greatest hard rock song of all time by VH1.

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