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About Entre_Perpetuo

  • Birthday 08/12/1998

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    The Solar Federation
  • Interests
    Music, Architecture, Star Wars, RPGs and Magic cards, Notre Dame, reading, video games, talking to people about any of these subjects online!

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  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
    1
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    R40 tour: 6/12/15, Chicago, United Center
  • Favorite Rush Song
    Cygnus X-1 Book One: The Voyage
  • Favorite Rush Album
    A Farewell to Kings
  • Best Rush Experience
    Seeing Rush for the first time ever in Chicago on the R40 tour from the back row with my dad. They played both his favorite Rush song and mine, plus so many more amazing songs on that madri-cal night. I will never forget it. :)
  • Other Favorite Bands
    1. Queen (2. Rush) 3. Muse 4. Genesis 5. David Bowie
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    Saxophone, Singing, Guitar, Bass, Piano, Ukulele, Kazoo!

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  1. This album is addicting to me. It’s exactly the right mix of headbanging screaming angst and moody atmospherics for when I’m feeling upset.
  2. David Bowie - Welcome To The Blackout David Bowie - Lodger Megadeth - Youthanasia Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory
  3. I think George is a better guitarist than John. More interesting and unique style, if not a little more technical as well. They’re both great musicians, I just don’t think of John especially as tied to the guitar any more than the piano or the microphone (or tapes in the studio).
  4. I’d hope he is too. Maybe it’s a coincidence and some other life event happened that caused him to stop logging in.
  5. That tragedy was a case study in two of my architecture classes in college. I think I was the only one who had heard of it before it was introduced. Some amount of blame does lie with the band’s rig, but when you look at the plan of the nightclub, it’s a trap. Exits weren’t clearly defined, and most people tried to escape the way they came in, a door which they couldn’t get open with everyone flooding into the same tiny hallway. Most of the band escaped out the door right next to the stage, which most of the audience knew nothing about. And there were also people who thought there must be an exit through the kitchen in the back. There wasn’t. On top of that, I think it was the ceiling panels that initially caught on fire? Whatever it was it was a non-fire-rated material that should not have been present and instead was there waiting to light.
  6. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Unlimited Love (first time listen) This... this might be both their funkiest and their best sounding album since Blood Sugar Sex Magic. Not their best overall since then... but it's a pleasure to listen to and Flea is just killing it top to bottom. Like many RHCP albums it does fizzle out a bit towards the end, but with 17 tracks being pretty on par for the Chilis, there's a reason for that.
  7. Kendrick Lamar - D*mn Pearl Jam - Vs. Coldplay - Music Of The Spheres Coldplay - X&Y
  8. You’re not wrong to point out examples that would seem to be exceptions (my favorite being Steven Tyler, who claims he’s shoved 3 million dollars up his nose throughout his life, yet still sounds much like he did in 1989, which is to say, excellent). However it’s a lot safer for an aspiring musician to think of cases like Tyler or Hughes as just that: exceptions. They may have been blessed with unnatural vocal stamina and resistance to age and abuse, but that doesn’t mean you should trash your instrument every night in the hopes you’re more like them than Robert Plant, who’s voice changed cataclismically after less than a decade in Zeppelin.
  9. Oh hey the ranking thread, I just did one of these in the album thread, lol. paramore 5. Paramore 4. All We Know Is Falling 3. Riot! 2. Brand New Eyes 1. After Laughter
  10. Maneskin - Teatro D’Ira Paramore - All We Know Is Falling Paramore - Riot! Paramore - Brand New Eyes Paramore - Paramore Paramore - After Laughter First time listen to their self titled, though I already knew a few songs. That one definitely needs more spins to digest, especially with the length, but I’m feeling I could do a ranking! 5. Paramore (like I said, more attention needed, but some things here don’t work that well) 4. All We Know Is Falling (killer start, but with experience would come mastery) 3. Riot! (can’t believe this only falls third, considering it might have my favorite Paramore song ever: Hallelujah) 2. Brand New Eyes (mastery, just pure mastery) 1. After Laughter (this will be hard to top, BNE almost does it too)
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