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About thizzellewashington

  • Birthday 05/08/1986

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  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
    7
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    R40
  • Favorite Rush Song
    Red Barchetta
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Power Windows
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    Lots

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  1. The headlining show I saw last year (which led to me starting this thread) was at a club that holds about 500 people and it was pretty packed/good crowd, so I could definitely see them bumping up to 1k-capacity places now that they've had a ton of reps opening for massive names and have a little more name recognition.
  2. Wouldn't be mad at another round of headlining dates in the US
  3. The entry for this show in Wandering the Face of the Earth says: "Longtime fan Jim Bossier reports that 'I Think I'm Going Bald' was performed and that a bootleg recording existed at one point but has since been lost." Guess not!! According to the book, this is the setlist for the show: Bastille Day Anthem Lakeside Park Fly by Night I Think I'm Going Bald By-Tor and the Snow Dog Working Man (with drum solo) Finding My Way It's a shame this wasn't actually a Caress of Steel show so maybe we could get a recording of "The Necromancer" in this quality. But this is pretty cool. "I Think I'm Going Bald" isn't my favorite Rush song by any means but it's always cool when 40+ years later we finally get definitive proof that a song was performed live.
  4. I thought this was interesting and worthwhile.
  5. There was an announcement in July of 2021 that they'd be doing a coffee table book about Neil's car collection, which he apparently completed writing before he died. https://www.rushisaband.com/blog/2021/07/27/5641/Neil-Pearts-Silver-Surfers-coffee-table-book-coming-soon Anyone have any idea what came of this? It's been over a year since it was announced and nothing.
  6. Based on the videos I thought they sounded tighter at the LA show than they did at the London show. Less mistakes.
  7. Dylan, Bowie and Neil Young are in a similar vein to Prince also -- stone-cold geniuses with MASSIVE discographies with some of the best and most important music ever recorded and some really terrible stuff along the way.
  8. IIRC the "full footage of GUP was found" thing came from an "interview" with Howard U. by a guy who used to post on here and Counterparts who we later found out just made the entire thing up and Howard never even said that. 2004 was a wild time.
  9. Land wherever you want to land on Waters' politics but I saw him last night and it was an INCREDIBLE show.
  10. I watched the entire thing live and I can honestly say that out of the 6 hours or whatever it was, there wasn't one bad performance or one I didn't enjoy.
  11. Ever since yesterday I've been down a rabbit hole of watching Nandi Bushell videos on YouTube. She's the coolest.
  12. The best part of the whole show to me was Grohl's daughter doing Jeff Buckley and Amy Winehouse covers.
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