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About Deckiller

  • Birthday 03/01/1988

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  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
    1
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    Boston, MA September 2010
  • Favorite Rush Song
    You'll have to check out my topic!
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Power Windows
  • Best Rush Experience
    Every single one of them.
  • Other Favorite Bands
    Queen, Dream Theater, Tool, The Who, Marillion, Yes, ELP, Nightwish, Mahavishnu Orchestra
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    Very little keyboard...
  1. I'd like to see Steven Wilson try his hand at remixing Presto and Roll the Bones; in particular, I'd love to see him give those albums a majestic sheen like Power Windows or Hold Your Fire. Peter Collins was great.
  2. THE best Rush interview, methinks.
  3. This whole situation (people complaining about the setlist + underselling venues) is making me rather depressed. We might be at the end after 2013 :/
  4. Carnies is a visual delight. Seven Cities comes across as a little "meh".
  5. We all know that the playlist is compiled by Neil Peart, and I absolutely love his taste in music and know 99 percent of the songs he plays inside and out. But there was this one synth-driven instrumental...I think they played it after Good Times, Bad Times. I just can't remember the name of the song and the band, but I know I've heard it before! Anyone know what I'm talking about? It's killing me! I'm trying to find it. (I did the same thing trying to find Fool's Overture by Supertramp during the last tour...) Edit: found it! Hell's Bells by Bruford! Sherinian/Planet X's work seems heavily influenced by that kind of track.
  6. Can't wait to hear the bootlegs! If the performances are good and the pattern trends towards the B-Setlist appearing in Boston, I might have to make a second pilgrimage to see the boys...
  7. Moving past all the trollish comments by a certain user above, I'll take Setlist B any day of the week. Wish they had rolled that out on Friday Oh well, it is what it is - Setlist A is still great!
  8. If you get a section of morons, you'll be peer pressured to sit. Happened in Manchester. If I had it my way, concerts should be mandatory standing unless there's a disability.
  9. http://cygnus-x1.net/links/rush/images/con...12/DSCN2882.JPG Would be a perfect meme pic/meme face. "Cute violinist? Yeah, I clockwork'd that angel."
  10. Most of the second set featured the string ensemble, and I felt some songs incorporated them better than others. My pick is Caravan, but Red Sector A is a close second. On Caravan, they were nice and high in the mix, and they really added an epic and classical sweep to that lead-off track. I had tears in my eyes because I've been wanting to see Rush with strings ever since I became a fan. I have a real soft spot for strings.
  11. Another thing I noticed is that all the girls seemed to LOVE the concert and the setlist; the only people who were complaining and whining were the dudes. I think this setlist is very female friendly, with songs like SPOILERS ... Grand Designs, Halo Effect, The Garden, etc. ... ...
  12. I've yet to find a clip of Drum Solo 3/Red Sector A or Where's My Thing in high quality
  13. Haha, that was great. I think this was their best effects/light show. It's one of those visual spectacles that's best seen from afar. From where I was seated, in Section 201, I was able to take it all in and it was incredible. Loved it more than the spider from last year! Yeah, the overall concert/explosions were a little too loud. Still liked 'em for the "shock value" though.
  14. Anyone catch Neil's third solo? It was unbelievable.
  15. I was blown away: each song had something unique about its lighting. Carnies had the red and white beams, Red Sector A had the shifting colors, the rain effect in The Wreckers...The Anarchist had the red screens, Clockwork Angels had the floating screens simulating flying angels...the Force Ten montage...it was fantastic. Best visual show they've done, IMO.
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