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    Austin, TX
  • Interests
    Music, photography, travel
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Music Fandom

  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
  • Favorite Rush Song
    La Villa, Xanadu, Limelight, Subdivisions and many more
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Moving Pictures
  • Best Rush Experience
    Seeing the awesome R40 show 4 times in person, including the finale in L.A.
  • Other Favorite Bands
    Black Sabbath, Kiss, Tom Petty And The Hearbreakers, Pink Floyd, Judas Priest, Joe Satriani, Eric Johnson, They Might Be Giants
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    Guitar, though it's been a while

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  1. IMO, the best guy to be covering for Eddie on a tribute tour would've been Nuno Bettencourt. But he's likely too busy with Extreme. Since Satch is already tight (and a former band mate) with Hagar and Anthony, I doubt they even considered anyone else.
  2. Mine was Ozzy's Diary Of A Madman. Still remember hitting "PLAY" for the first time and being blown away by how clear it sounded.
  3. Yes, that part was shocking and hard to watch. A confusing and ultimately disappointing conclusion. Felt kinda thrown together like they weren't sure which direction they wanted to go. The first film of the trilogy was by far the best.
  4. Watching clips of Roger's current tour, the video screens are impressive, but I'd be annoyed by all the typed text. Last thing I want at a rock show is to have to read so much.
  5. Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets on 10/18. John Petrucci with Mike Portnoy on 10/27. Very stoked for both!
  6. Based on the 1975 Don Kirshner Rock Concert appearance. The Bill figurine is waiting for a signable contract.
  7. I was fortunate enough to see the Diary tour one month before the accident and it remains one of the best shows I've ever seen. Randy, Tommy Aldridge, Rudy Sarzo and a young Don Airey on keys. What a band. Doesn't seem possible that it's been 40 years. To think of how accomplished Randy was by age 25 and how much more incredible music he would've still produced. Why, why, why did he have to get on that f***ing plane. :(
  8. Disappointed this still doesn't include a full length video of the MP/ESL setlist. I guess what wasn't released either never existed or has been lost. So yeah, just 3 cd set for me too. Audio of full show will be worth it and hopefully there is a noticeable difference in the remastering of the album proper as well.
  9. Powerage is my favorite. If it gets axed, I refuse to participate in the final round. :rage:
  10. Yes I think I understand what you mean.. for example when as a 16 year old at the time , back in ‘ 85 when I first purchased Heart’s eponymous album which was how I discovered them & got me into them , when I then purchased on cassette Dreambout Annie & Dog & Butterfly to my ears back at the time it sounded hideously dated. It was a combination of the production and folky acoustic style that I didn’t expect to hear LOL ! I’ve since grown to like all of Heart’s 70s catalogue but still mostly listen to Heart , Brigade & Desire Walks On. Funnily enough also in ‘85 I discovered Boston and purchased their debut album on cassette and even though it came out in ‘76 ( the same year as Heart’s ‘ Dreamboat Annie ‘ ) to my ears at the time it didn’t sound dated at all. In fact it sounded pretty current ! I still think Boston & their ‘78 follow up album ‘ Don’t Look Back ‘ stills sound great today in 2022 ! So as you say an album’s production is important to ensure many years of repeated listening pleasure ! :-) Hendrix’s Axis : Bold As Love , which came out 55 years ago in ‘67 (!) also production wise still sounds fantastic even today, so was amazingly ahead of its time production wise. Those early Boston albums are among the best sounding rock albums ever.
  11. They're doing Bridges In The Sky, but that's the only one from earlier Mangini era. I'm guessing the setlist was partly arrived at by what JLB is capable of singing now. Some may have been tried and then shot down for being out of his range.
  12. Sound/production is most important to me. The better it sounds to my ears, the more likely I am to prefer it. The recording (especially drums, if it's rock) needs to have enough punch and dynamics to engage me. Albums as thin sounding as Presto rarely get listens from me for that very reason. And in the case of say Judas Priest, it's why I would prefer British Steel over Sad Wings Of Destiny. SWOD has fine songs, but the dated production pulls it down for me.
  13. Cannon's gotta go. Good album, but for me it's the point when AC/DC records all started to sound the same.
  14. You're not kidding. I wish Octavarium (the song) were indexed because there are parts of it I really like, but I find it a slog to sit though the whole thing, especially that damn intro. And I also agree that they've done better epics, particularly Illumination Theory and Change Of Seasons.
  15. Sorry for what you are about to receive. Fire!!!
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