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  1. Permanent Waves Tour 1980, the double live album from the Permanent Waves 40th anniversary deluxe edition.
    4 points
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  3. Genesis - The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway Genesis - Duke Prepping a bit with my dad to see Genesis in, oh, a week and a half?! No spoilers!!!
    3 points
  4. So having had a browse on the Internet I found two posters - A 1977 Glasgow poster on Cygnus-X1.net and an 1980 poster (not Glasgow but Hammersmith from a few nights before) - The 1977 poster is certainly similar to the one in the book (colour, layout and pricing) but it shows the name of the support and also the correct date.
    3 points
  5. It's become so confusing Weird Al went online to say it was Kid and not him: http://www.msn.com/en-us/music/news/e2-80-98weird-al-e2-80-99-yankovic-makes-it-very-clear-kid-rock-e2-80-99s-heavily-mocked-new-music-video-is-not-a-e2-80-98weird-al-e2-80-99-parody/ar-AAR2NSG?ocid=uxbndlbing
    3 points
  6. I am thankful every day to know you, Lorraine. I am a better person for it. :hug2: Praying for comfort.
    3 points
  7. Bad language and outspoken opinions are the least of my problems with southern Diamond Dave minus the talent. His worst offense is murdering Werewolves Of London and his awful bland music. If I want to listen to those whose opinions I disagree with, I'll stick with those who have done some good albums like Megadeth.
    3 points
  8. That looks like an error on the Glasgow page. The caption says June 12th 1977, but the two dates on the poster were from the Permanent Waves tour in 1980. Oh no! I'd like to think it was better researched than that, but that's what it looks like. This is interesting ... whilst the dates suggest the 1980 tour, the ticket prices correspond to pricing for the 1977 tour. That's a good point. You can google image search the ticket stubs from both 1977 and 1980 to see the difference (a whopping £4.50 for the Permanent Waves tour). Not sure what's going on with that poster then. Has it been put together retrospectively I wonder?
    3 points
  9. The entire Replay set has utterly atrocious audio. Blame Rick Chycki, the man butchered it. Just torrent a copy of the laserdisc and watch that. The video is only a slight downgrade, while the audio is a MASSIVE upgrade. Plus, you get Lock and Key.
    3 points
  10. I've heard of him! I believe John 5 belongs in the same category. I went to see him without knowing much about what to expect, and left completely amazed. He can play, and puts on a great show!!! I've heard of him too. Me too!
    2 points
  11. Ahahaha this is a 50 year old guy essentially on some mom get out of my room shit. It's hilarious.
    2 points
  12. 23rd - Daily :hug2: 24th - :hug2: 25th - :hug2: Today - :hug2:
    2 points
  13. That is never going to go away, Lorraine. A few years ago, I never thought I would ever say this about an online community, but the love and care here is absolutely genuine. We all care about you, and I would warrant that at any given moment in the day, someone here is thinking about you. Absolutely, 100%. You are on my mind every day. Hugs and prayers dear friend :heart: :hug2: :hug2: Totally. You're on my mind too. Hugs and purrs :heart: :hug2:
    2 points
  14. That looks like an error on the Glasgow page. The caption says June 12th 1977, but the two dates on the poster were from the Permanent Waves tour in 1980. Oh no! I'd like to think it was better researched than that, but that's what it looks like. This is interesting ... whilst the dates suggest the 1980 tour, the ticket prices correspond to pricing for the 1977 tour. That's a good point. You can google image search the ticket stubs from both 1977 and 1980 to see the difference (a whopping £4.50 for the Permanent Waves tour). Not sure what's going on with that poster then. Has it been put together retrospectively I wonder? I must do some further investigation, either it is a retrospective creation or maybe there was some sort of date confusion at the time. I'll see what I can find out.
    2 points
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  16. Who's carving the jellied eel this year? :P http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-BM02yP4kUOg/VqPg_YtihuI/AAAAAAAAcgg/jFk0UL6D7K8/s1600/My+Hovercraft+Is+Full+of+Eels.jpg
    2 points
  17. I am not willing listening to anything Kid Rock does. Talentless hack who can't write for shit. If he did ripoff another artist I am not surprised since that's the only way he can sing to a decent melody.
    2 points
  18. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! :yes:
    2 points
  19. Happy Thanksgiving to you all.
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  20. Happy Thanksgiving to all living in the USA, expats around the world and whatever you Brits call this day like Plum Harvest or some shite.
    2 points
  21. "Happy Thanksgiving, to all of the people, everyone, and friends on here, who are celebrating it in the U.S., and anywhere else".
    2 points
  22. For the first time today the b.m. looked like they describe rectal cancer stool - coffee grinds. And I had a lot of pain today, but I wasn't going to call my nurse back here. As it is, she had to come over first thing in AM to change the dressing again because I couldn't pull the water protector one away from the one protecting the tubes. She told me in order for her to enjoy Thanksgiving with her family and take good care of her patients at the same tme, she has to get up at 1:00 AM and start her rounds from home to home. Her daughter was going to cook the Thanksgiving meal. The nurse if around my age - maybe a few years younger, but a very devoted soul to her charges. "Till death do we part" she told me when she was assigned to my team. But I am determined not to give in to this. I am going to fight as much as I can. I am going to cook our own Thanksgiving meal tomorrow and do the best I can. A kind soul from my church went to the store for me and bought me all I needed and didn't make me feel like I put her out by doing it. My husband is finally getting it through his head this is no joke. He seems startled: now what is he going to do? :huh: I have nothing but admiration for you, cooking your Thanksgiving meal. :angel: :hug2: :heart: Wish we could all come over for a plate - I'd bring the homemade cranberry sauce! Happy Thanksgiving!
    2 points
  23. I wish I had more I could say regarding all of this but everyone here has said all that I could ever think of saying. Hope you are as comfortable as you can be. I'll give Xanadu a spin for the good old times
    2 points
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  25. Just one example of how the audio is crap on Rush Replay X 3 DVD Compare: The snare at the word 'bang' is completely drowned out in (either) some kind of horrible compression effect or digital clipping. Now listen to the original laserdisc audio: And this isn't youtube compression. I listened to the DVD too. I know it's been many years since this 'remastered' DVD came out (2006) but thought I would remind.
    1 point
  26. The original Monster Truck song is a lot better.
    1 point
  27. Watched Scent Of A Woman on Peacock in honor of today. "You've been in the sugar business for so long, you've forgotten the taste of real honey!"
    1 point
  28. Och ... well ... he wasna really a man, d'you ken ... 'Cos he's a woman, you see, so don't come that broken tibia talk with me! :bitchslap: You ought to be careful, Colonel. 'Cos things break, don't they? Can I have fifty pounds :drool: to mend the shed? Get out! Get out! Get out! You... labourer! :tsk: An engine driver me! With a chuff chuff chuff and a chuff chuff... Some people have made the mistake of seeing Robert`s posts as a load of rubbish about railway timetables, but clever people like me, who talk loudly in restaurants, see this as a deliberate ambiguity, a plea for understanding in a mechanized world :yes: Och ... well ... he wasna really a man, d'you ken ... 'Cos he's a woman, you see, so don't come that broken tibia talk with me! :bitchslap: You ought to be careful, Colonel. 'Cos things break, don't they? Can I have fifty pounds :drool: to mend the shed? Get out! Get out! Get out! You... labourer! :tsk: An engine driver me! With a chuff chuff chuff and a chuff chuff... Some people have made the mistake of seeing Robert`s posts as a load of rubbish about railway timetables, but clever people like me, who talk loudly in restaurants, see this as a deliberate ambiguity, a plea for understanding in a mechanized world :yes: Not at all, sir...I've enjoyed being in it... :clap: Well. We asked the first-night audience what they thought of this thread :facepalm: Delightful, particularly the little :whipgirl: with the great big knockers. If I said you had a beautiful body, would you hold it against me? I... I am no longer infected. Us being so close together for so many months in the Monty Python thread and yet never daring to... :blush:
    1 point
  29. Och ... well ... he wasna really a man, d'you ken ... 'Cos he's a woman, you see, so don't come that broken tibia talk with me! :bitchslap: You ought to be careful, Colonel. 'Cos things break, don't they? Can I have fifty pounds :drool: to mend the shed? Get out! Get out! Get out! You... labourer! :tsk: An engine driver me! With a chuff chuff chuff and a chuff chuff... Some people have made the mistake of seeing Robert`s posts as a load of rubbish about railway timetables, but clever people like me, who talk loudly in restaurants, see this as a deliberate ambiguity, a plea for understanding in a mechanized world :yes: Och ... well ... he wasna really a man, d'you ken ... 'Cos he's a woman, you see, so don't come that broken tibia talk with me! :bitchslap: You ought to be careful, Colonel. 'Cos things break, don't they? Can I have fifty pounds :drool: to mend the shed? Get out! Get out! Get out! You... labourer! :tsk: An engine driver me! With a chuff chuff chuff and a chuff chuff... Some people have made the mistake of seeing Robert`s posts as a load of rubbish about railway timetables, but clever people like me, who talk loudly in restaurants, see this as a deliberate ambiguity, a plea for understanding in a mechanized world :yes: Not at all, sir...I've enjoyed being in it... :clap: Well. We asked the first-night audience what they thought of this thread :facepalm: Delightful, particularly the little :whipgirl: with the great big knockers. If I said you had a beautiful body, would you hold it against me? I... I am no longer infected.
    1 point
  30. One of their best songs. Dramatic song. I've always really liked it too.
    1 point
  31. The Cure - Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me Metallica - Through The Never U2 - Boy R.E.M. - New Adventures In Hi-Fi Guns N Roses - "The Spaghetti Incident?"
    1 point
  32. Wife went and saw King Richard about Venus and Serena and their father. Not my cup but she said it was good.
    1 point
  33. I'm grateful we can celebrate with family this year. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
    1 point
  34. Thankful for making it through another year. Thankful for making it back to MI to visit fanily and friends. Happy Thanksgiving to all my mates at TRF.
    1 point
  35. Have a nice holiday if you celebrate Thanksgiving!
    1 point
  36. Happy Thanksgiving to all you TRFers out there!!
    1 point
  37. Lovely quote from Maya Angelou: Let gratitude be the pillow upon which you kneel to say your nightly prayer. And let faith be the bridge you build to overcome evil and welcome good. :heart: :hug2:
    1 point
  38. I saw them many years ago. Fun show. A funny memory is the drunk lady in the balcony screaming "Horse With No Name" over and over during the show. Finally, between songs one of the lead band members, exasperated, says "Lady, don't worry. We're gonna play it. Relax." :lol: I couldn't name two songs. I'll give their greatest hits a spin later. You'll likely know more of their stuff than you realize. Yep. An America live show is one of those where you go, "Oh...I know this!", over and over.
    1 point
  39. That's so very sad and tragic. It's no consolation to say that so many are getting hit left and right with tragedy, but many are. More than ever. Take no one and nothing for granted. You never know.
    1 point
  40. I'm sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace. :rose:
    1 point
  41. The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Gordon Lightfoot It’s been stuck in my head ever since reading an article that the shipwreck occurred Nov. 10, 1975. 46 years ago today.
    1 point
  42. Well, this thread has taken a turn for the non-funny. Hopefully this can get things back on track. Headline: Athlete who always gives 100% dies at blood bank
    1 point
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