Tonight’s mystery artist derived one of their songs from a short story about a future where it is illegal to drive a car.  Can you guess the band or the song??

I found this story on the site oppositelock.kinja. It said that the short story “A Nice Morning Drive” by Richard S. Foster was published in ‘Road and Track’ back in 197. It tells of a young guy living in a world where cars are illegal sneaking outside the city limits to drive his uncle’s contraband MGB. Does that ring any bells? Well if it sounds to you like Rush’s ‘Red Barchetta’ off the ‘Moving Pictures’ album you are right. So why did Neil Peart change the car type? Have you ever tried to rhyme anything with MGB?

Here they are with tonight's featured song.

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