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The Analog Cub

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The Analog Cub last won the day on May 3 2016

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About The Analog Cub

  • Birthday 07/17/1994

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  • Location
    Somewhere, but not here
  • Interests
    Video games, baseball, and thrashing around on a guitar

Music Fandom

  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    07/09/2015 Kansas City, R40 Tour
  • Favorite Rush Song
    No particular order: Limelight, The Trees, Test For Echo, Natural Science, Lock And Key, Nobody's Hero, Headlong Flight, Subdivisions
  • Favorite Rush Album
    One of: MP, P/G, CP, PeW, CA, Hemispheres
  • Best Rush Experience
    Back to back shows in St. Louis and Omaha on the Time Machine Tour.
  • Other Favorite Bands
    Iron Maiden, Foo Fighters, Pink Floyd, Haken, Dream Theater, Porcupine Tree, Devin Townsend, The Pineapple Thief, Riverside
  • Musical Instruments You Play

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  1. Lightwork feels a lot like Sky Blue if I have to compare it to past releases. I like it. Empath is a career defining album for him, but I find it a little too wild for my tastes. Celestial Signals and Call of the Void are fantastic.
  2. If we're open to discussing new discoveries this year, but not necessarily 2022 releases, I've been all over Riverside and TesseracT this year. Both of those bands have amazing catalogs and I'm bummed it took me this long to discover either of them.
  3. I'm kinda done with Muse, I think. I was hopeful when they did Drones in 2015 because it was more of a rock album in the vein of Absolution. While I think Drones is pretty good and better than anything they've done since Black Holes, they've just gotten a bit stale. Will of the People doesn't really grab me, and Simulation Theory was trash.
  4. Porcupine Tree - Closure/Continuation Easily album of the year for me. Fantastic album, and probably Barbieri's most significant. Ghost - Impera Meliora and Prequelle are better. Impera is still pretty good, albeit flaws and too poppy for my tastes. Devin Townsend - Lightwork Reminiscent of the Sky Blue album in terms of feel, not quite as insane and wild as Empath. I'm starting to feel Devin's said all he's need to say musically, but this is a good collection of songs.
  5. First CD I bought with my own money might've been the last Van Halen album, which was around when streaming (Spotify, etc.) really took off so I honestly don't recall buying other CDs. A Different Kind of Truth wasn't a bad album tbh, I was actually impressed how much I liked it. It's a shame Roth really went off the rails live. The Tokyo live album is unlistenable because of it.
  6. So so so excited. The album art is definitely awaesome. Nightingale's a fantastic song. Alphabet of Me is very different. No idea what to expect with this album except that it might be coming back up a bit from the darkness of Vector/Virus based on the two songs we've heard.
  7. I'll be curious what the next one sounds like. I really love the last two, they hadn't put out consistently good albums like that in a while. A View is basically a less restrained evolution of Distance Over Time. Not sure where they can go for the next album without sounding too similar to past efforts.
  8. Oh shit, maybe they'll quit teasing and play Alexander the Great!
  9. Nightingale is a banger. Really curious how they're gonna sound after losing Diego.
  10. YYZ had some trouble but 2112 and Working Man were incredible. Grohl served those songs really well
  11. Spencer Strider threw 16 K's tonight. God damn boy!
  12. I hope he does it, it would be great for the game. I also hope the Twins finally get the monkey off their back and beat them in the playoffs.
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