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  • Birthday 02/22/1985

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  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
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    Hemispheres:Cygnus Book II
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Hold Your Fire
  • Best Rush Experience
    Listening to Permanent Waves for the first time on headphones
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    To Many to mention now.
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  1. Chris Rea (early Rea) Steely Dan Journey Toto basically same area of music.......i'm so chill right now that anything harder than this list makes me anxious, lol Mick
  2. Hey i've said this over and over again. i like Aja. do i LOVE it? nope. too perfect and slick. it's the same issue with Toto IV for me (that and just weaker hooks) anyway.......yea albums like Can't Buy a Thrill, Countdown To Ecstasy, Pretzel Logic and The Royal Scam (my fav) have a more raw edge to them. killer guitar solos too. AHHH Steely Dan. Mick
  3. Maybe i'm Amazed. a beautiful love song vs. pandering pap. no contest here. Mick
  4. I've had my first listen my feeling is it's very good and that most folks who didn't like the last two Wilson solo projects (i did, lol)will like this way more. as it's just sounds like PT (duh) i will say it's a little too long for me and draggy in spots but songs i liked. Harridan' Of the New day (Classic PT ballad) Herd Culling (REALLY dug this) Chimera's Wreak Love in the Past tense (great closer) Need more spins but very early first impression rating. 7/10 (this is may not be my final so don't take it as such) Mick
  5. Steely Dan-Aja (8/10) There are people who might think i hate this album. i do not. i like it a lot. in fact it's got 2 of my fav SD songs ever. Black Cow and Deacon Blues (This song is amazing) it's got a couple songs i do not like. Peg (the BIG hit......always hated it.......PEEEEEEEEEEEG. SHUT up Michael Mcdonald) and I Got the News (filler) the record is also a bit TOO slick for my taste but it's not a deal Breaker. this record is essentially Toto IV prior to Toto IV. in terms of studio slickness and being a smash hit. but I prefer Aja by leagues over IV Mick
  6. Chris Rea-Deltics (10/10) Segue Turned me on to Rea via his middle Knopler Journeyman like period. it's great but funnily it's his EARLY period here that sparked my love even more. it's that late 70's/early 80's soft rock thing i love mixed with Elvis Costello, Boz Scaggs and Tom Waits if Waits was accessible and hooky. i'm trying to get segue to see the clear magic in this era of Rea. It's my fav period of his. Mick
  7. i don't like the first 3 either. too much fusion instrumental stuff going on. on the other side i don't like much post perry. they got good replacements but it's just Schon/Cain grasping at former glory they'll never have again. when they could have tried something new and fresh. Gregg Rollie was the man though. Mick
  8. oh ok. 1. Evolution 2. Infinity 3. Raised On Radio I just love the early Gregg Rollie era. he blows Jonathan Cain out of his lil boots. i loved his songwriting his Interplay With Perry, his voice. and it was nice having a lead singer besides Steve for variety's sake. and i'm a weirdo who ADORES raised. sure in sound it's closer to Steve's Street talk but there are so many good tunes on there. Mick
  9. i can no longer Stomach don't Stop beleavin' I have in fact......stopped Beleavin', lol Mick
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