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RUSH’s 1974 album 2112 was where the Starman’ logo first appeared. It was supposed to be an allegory on ‘freewill’ against totalitarianism , but directed more at Stalinism rather than fascism as the illustration was of the naked man fearing or opposing the ominous Red Star . Zsa Zsa Sapien of SCUDFM has always had a penchant for Rush , but sometimes felt unease at the song writer Neil Peart’s Randian lyrics . So a pastiche of the ‘Starman ‘ was produced, modified for a metaphor of the free spirit against capitalism/imperialism , represented by the American star logo rendered on the side of their warplanes .
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