Why aren't Rush fans more audiophile-natured?

As a member of more than a few Rush boards, and as a long term audiophile, I'm amazed that more Rush fans aren't dedicated audiophiles. Most seem content with the standard Pioneer/Kenwood/Crutchfield type of stuff and while there's nothing wrong with that, the band's music really comes alive in a good two channel set-up. Most times when I list my components, the vast majority of the board either has no idea or doesn't care.

This is true of the greater population in general, but any thoughts on why fans of one of the most musical rock bands ever would seem detached from hi-fidelity? I have some theories, but I want to hear from the audiophile community.
These days, there are many paths to good sound besides the traditional audiophile mantra.

The fact that most people like music but are NOT considered audiophiles these days says a lot.

Nothing special about Rush or most popular acts that says "audiophile". Millions of people enjoy good sound these days and have no clue what being an audiophile means.
there are gazillion of bands like that even more than you can ever imagine.
rush haven't been released on audiophile pressings and haven't been presented to audiophile crowd during shows.
an audiophile crowd is infinitessimal compared to the rest of population so audiophile re-issues are rather done on pop bands and/or orchestras. i haven't seen clash represses as well or audiophiles clash fans.
any skinny puppy or sisters of mercy fans(goth rock)
how about experimental or noise music? i haven't seen it's being discussed here. saw discussion about rap being hated here, but not punk rock or experimental simply because these bands would make no sense for audiophile remastering and presenting in audio shows for 'critical listening' imagine that!
Dude... There may be a gazillion bands out there ..BUT.. RUSH was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2013....They don't need no stinkin' audiophile.
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You would be surprised to see how many of those early Rush
albums are Robert Ludwig's handy work,Venture to say when
Vinyl was king 60% of Rush's catalog Ludwig sat at the
engineers board.