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  1. I can never tell if Jordan Schlansky is doing a bit. But evidently he's a huuuuge Rush nerd. This is very funny.
    7 points
  2. He was an easy target for comediens and bigots, but he helped many people get off their lazy butts and exercise. He did a lot of good. 👍👍
    7 points
  3. You're tougher than Springsteen! Get well fast and we'll see you soon!
    7 points
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  5. Somehow, the worst offender of all has been missed to this point. STARSHIP - WE BUILT THIS CITY
    7 points
  6. Well, apparently my body has decided to imitate one of its favorite musicians and give me ulcers like Bruce Springsteen. Everything was fine a few years ago but a trip to the ER today for nasty pain proved things have changed. Surgery at 3 pm. I will be offline awhile, take care.
    6 points
  7. Thank you so much, everyone for all of the well wishes! I really appreciate them! Its been a hell of a week with perforated ulcers, peritonitis, surgery and slow to wake up digestion. Thankfully eating jello tonight and solid food tomorrow. Very grateful to my Drs.
    6 points
  8. I like to participate in threads because, hey, it's the point of being a forum member, but I'm going to have to punt on this one, as -- to make a representative point -- I have heard 0.0 seconds of even a single track of any of the albums Entre mentioned. I got nothing. I'm getting too old for this sh. . . .
    6 points
  9. We will be here for you when your able ! Love, Hugs, and Prayers !
    6 points
  10. Sorry to hear! Thoughts and prayers for the speediest of recoveries!
    6 points
  11. Farewell Presto Hemi And a few others
    6 points
  12. Any Billy Joel song if you're listening to Q104.5 out of NYC.
    6 points
  13. Iron Maiden- Powerslave I don't hear the filler people claim this has. In the running for their absolute best album.
    6 points
  14. The people at Rush Backstage have no idea what they are talking about. I've owned a CD version since the album was released.
    5 points
  15. John Lennon - Mind Games Elton John - Madman Across the Water Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II Black Country Communion - V High on Fire - Snakes for the Divine Horseburner - A Voice of Storms Megadeth - Rust in Peace
    5 points
  16. I miss these guys who just brought pure positivity with them everywhere they went. A kind that it feels like we're always losing and rarely gaining. RIP
    5 points
  17. Iron Maiden- Senjutsu Yeah, I haven't played this for a while. I still love it.
    5 points
  18. Megadeth - Peace Sells... But Who's Buying?! Black Sabbath - Dehumanizer
    5 points
  19. I was like Ozzy and Nova with this album, it was the first YES I got into, and then I gradually worked my way through all the other stuff.
    5 points
  20. Sorry to hear this, keeping you in my thoughts and praying for a successful surgery. Take care Hope to hear from you soon.
    5 points
  21. Have a speedy, full, and successful recovery, Blue (Becky). When you feel like yourself, and can, be here. You're welcome.
    5 points
  22. Sending positive thoughts for health your way! Be sure to milk it for all the pampering you can get, when you're well enough for pampering.
    5 points
  23. Thoughts and prayers with you blueschica. Hopefully a speedy recovery.
    5 points
  24. Wishing you a swift victory over that nasty thing. NO MERCY!!
    5 points
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  26. Iron Maiden - Killers Alice In Chains - Dirt A personal RUSH mix of fav tracks Vital Signs and later
    5 points
  27. Peter Gabriel & Kate Bush - Don't Give Up
    5 points
  28. Roll The Bones I really have grown my appreciation for this record, but it still sits as my least favorite Rush album.
    5 points
  29. Judas Priest- Point Of Entry One of my favourite hard rock albums of the 80s.
    5 points
  30. Sticky Fingers My favorite song off the album but I love the way the album flows.
    5 points
  31. 2) Aerosmith- Love in a elevator with a dude who looks like a lady.
    5 points
  32. They have a little bit of a point, but they're clearly bitter that the music scene that they were a big part of back in the day is now the butt of jokes. Riki Rachtmann -- a hair metal name to be sure -- said something very telling there: "Sometimes I feel like we are the only 2 that feel this way." Well, it's you guys, the members of those bands, and the teenage girls who went to those concerts and wore the same flammable hairdos and spandex and black lace as the guys in those bands -- and who now drive their minivans to soccer practice. Some popular musical trends turn into enduring genres, like Rock and Roll and Hip Hop, while some like Doo Wop, Nu Metal and Grunge have an impact but burn out after a few years. Whether enduring or fleeting, they all get a name, and Hair Metal is pretty much right on the money as far as describing the look and the sound of that genre. Somewhere, Kurt Cobain is saying, "You're welcome."
    5 points
  33. Sorry to hear this. I hope things go well and that you have a speedy recovery!
    4 points
  34. Hot for Teacher - Van Halen
    4 points
  35. Hoping for a Speedy Recovery! Sending positive thoughts your way
    4 points
  36. Get well soon. But you could've had them right before opening night. Damn ulcers.
    4 points
  37. I expect a full recovery so you can resume posting here. Any woman who is a fan of muscle cars is a woman I can get along with. Big blocks rule!
    4 points
  38. Most genre labels are stupid to some degree. Hair metal works as a term for me because most all of the bands in question were following the lineage of glam, but with their new big 80s hairstyles. Obviously it was about the music more than the fashion, but the fashion was an important visual cue for the music, and the hair was a really easy identifier of the fashion.
    4 points
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