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Cygnus 2112

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  1. I don't follow baseball that closely. Other than the single season record, is he on pace for the all-time record?
  2. I've followed this team since the start of the 00-01 season and had to miss game 7 thanks to some stupid year end scout camp(it was amazing). Been through way too many lows the last 10 years, but now the cup is home. WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
  3. It's been a while since I've visited this site. And almost 7 was since the Avs have won the cup. I still cry almost every time I think about it.
  4. Absu Iron Maiden Immolation Cannibal Corpse Running Wild Metallica Malokarpatan Accept The Black Dahlia Murder Overkill
  5. What's the official release date?
  6. I saw Clockwork Angels Tour twice, 9 shows into the tour and 5 shows from the end. Same setlist both times, with no Limelight and no Manhattan Project. I would've loved to have seen it, even as a show opener. But Snakes And Arrows tour happened when I was in grade 12 and mom didn't want me to miss any school at the time, so it didn't happen. Damn parents looking out for my life.
  7. I clearly missed something since I've been gone. And I also see that the more things change, the more they stay the same.
  8. I've been trying to think about what to say since I first heard the news three hours ago, and I've got nothing. They've been a part of my life for since I was 15, so half my life. I feel like a piece of me has died.
  9. This wasn't included on the R40 DVD, and now I'm sold on this show.
  10. Just picked this album up on Sunday. Has a very old school feel to it. WOW. They definitely won me back after The Astonishing. Now they just need to come back to Vancouver.
  11. Wait, all it took was one bad album for you to lose faith? Maybe you were already soured on them before that, I don't know. I wasn't enthusiastic about this album at first but as bad as the Astonishing was, I never lost faith they could deliver again. This album went well beyond expectations though. Losing Faith might be a little strong. But I definitely stopped listening to these guys after that album came out.
  12. I lost faith in Dream Theater after the mess that was The Astonishing. After reading the last few pages here, it looks like I'm going to have to grab this on payday.
  13. Are any of you guys going to any of these shows? I'll be at the Vancouver date. Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets 2019 North American Tour March 12, 2019 ~ Vancouver, BC Queen Elizabeth Theatre March 13, 2019 ~ Seattle, WA The Paramount March 15, 2019 ~ San Francisco, CA The Masonic March 16, 2019 ~ Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern March 19, 2019 * Phoenix, AZ Comerica Theatre March 21, 2019 * Denver, CO Paramount Theatre March 24, 2019 * Dallas, TX The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory March 25, 2019 * Houston, TX Jones Hall for the Performing Arts March 27, 2019 ~ Miami Beach, FL Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater March 29, 2019 * Atlanta, GA Tabernacle March 31, 2019 * St. Louis, MO Stifel Theatre April 1, 2019 * Milwaukee, Wi The Riverside Theater April 3, 2019 * Minneapolis, MS Orpheum Theatre April 4, 2019 ~ Chicago, IL The Chicago Theatre April 5, 2019 * Indianapolis, IN The Old National Centre April 7, 2019 * Columbus, OH Palace Theatre April 8, 2019 * Akron, OH Akron Civic Theatre April 9, 2019 ~ Detroit, MI The Fillmore Detroit April 11, 2019 * Buffalo, NY Shea's Performing Arts Center April 12, 2019 * Wallingford, CT Oakdale Theatre April 13, 2019 ~ Boston, MA Orpheum Theatre April 15, 2019 ~ Montreal, QC Place des Arts April 16, 2019 ~ Toronto, ON Sony Centre for the Performing Arts April 18, 2019 ~ New York, NY Beacon Theatre April 22, 2019 ~ Washington, DC DAR Constitution Hall
  14. I messed up the previous thread and set it as a Poll-only topic. I've been relistening to early Floyd before I see Nick Mason, in march, and Piper At The Gates of Dawn, and Obscured By Clouds have both started growing on me. I'd put them up with the big four.
  15. I can't pick just one, this album flows together so nicely
  16. You are very fortunate to have seen that concert. I like The Camera Eye very much too. There's lots of live versions of it on youtube. Losing It, Natural Science, Jacob's Ladder, Hemispheres, Double Necks in Xanadu. What an epic night that was. :o My friend, how are you doing??? I haven't seen you in such a long time. :hi: I'm good, not posting here much, since they've quit performing and writing new music.
  17. You are very fortunate to have seen that concert. I like The Camera Eye very much too. There's lots of live versions of it on youtube. Losing It, Natural Science, Jacob's Ladder, Hemispheres, Double Necks in Xanadu. What an epic night that was.
  18. There are very few UK record stores outside one chain and they don't stock the sets in-store or online anymore. Especially as HMV might well be going into administration... Not sure about online though. :sigh: I will miss HMV. I was sad when HMV left Canada, but then Sunrise Records took over, six months later. They are 75% music, 25% random merch, complete opposite of HMV.
  19. I still am a massive fan of the books and whilst I like the movies, the changes throughout really piss me off. For all the hard work put into these movies, the can come off so lazy. It took me three days to get through Goblet of Fire, and I'm not sure if I want to carry on. The books are ingrained in my mind, and there are way too many changes that make me shake my head. No quidditch world cup footage, Dolby didn't give Harry the gillyweed,, and so on, that it makes it hard to want to carry on. Exactly my issue. I really love the audio books as well as the illustrated editions. Visually, tonally and pretty much in all other respects, the Potter movies let me down. Again I enjoy them, but I have to detach myself from the books when watching them. I think I'm going to stop here, at Goblet of Fire, and pull out the paperbacks again. Start another journey from the beginning. The one that we know and love. They did a commendable job with Order Of The Phoenix. It's the shortest in the series, but based on the longest book. And yet somehow it stays fairly faithful to the novel in a way Half Blood Prince (The series nadir) doesn't. Order of the Phoenix has Umbridge. I can't stand her in the books, not sure I'd want to watch her torture Harry on screen.
  20. I still am a massive fan of the books and whilst I like the movies, the changes throughout really piss me off. For all the hard work put into these movies, the can come off so lazy. It took me three days to get through Goblet of Fire, and I'm not sure if I want to carry on. The books are ingrained in my mind, and there are way too many changes that make me shake my head. No quidditch world cup footage, Dolby didn't give Harry the gillyweed,, and so on, that it makes it hard to want to carry on. Exactly my issue. I really love the audio books as well as the illustrated editions. Visually, tonally and pretty much in all other respects, the Potter movies let me down. Again I enjoy them, but I have to detach myself from the books when watching them. I think I'm going to stop here, at Goblet of Fire, and pull out the paperbacks again. Start another journey from the beginning. The one that we know and love.
  21. I still am a massive fan of the books and whilst I like the movies, the changes throughout really piss me off. For all the hard work put into these movies, the can come off so lazy. It took me three days to get through Goblet of Fire, and I'm not sure if I want to carry on. The books are ingrained in my mind, and there are way too many changes that make me shake my head. No quidditch world cup footage, Dolby didn't give Harry the gillyweed,, and so on, that it makes it hard to want to carry on.
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