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About Rushman2112

  • Birthday 01/26/1967

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    Buford, GA

Music Fandom

  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    Atlanta 2015
  • Favorite Rush Song
    La Villa Strangiato
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Moving Pictures
  • Best Rush Experience
    Playing Red Barchetta in front of almost 1,000 people, throwing up stick in the air during the harmonic break, and catching it.
  • Other Favorite Bands
    Dream Theater, Iron Maiden, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    Sold my drums in 2014 after 23 years of owning them.
  1. Gimme an "R", "O", "C", "K", and the crowd yells "ROCK" really loud. Now that's a f***ing concert. That's the biggest thing I know about Helix.
  2. You guys got me again. Definitely a few bands I forgot about (and like). I didn't know BTO and Steppenwolf were Canadian bands. Dammit. Cool! The website let me edit the choices to add a few more. Hope that's better.
  3. Bands only. No individual artists. I included The Band even though one guy was from the US. Genesis isn't on this list either.
  4. If I could add Styx and Primus, which bands should I have taken out? I thought of Jimi Hendrix more of a solo artist than a band. Also, is The Experience English or American? I'm surprised nobody has said Tool yet.
  5. Some of the bands mentioned I didn't know were from England. Supertramp I thought was from Washington state for some reason. Uriah Heep I thought was a southern rock band. I also didn't realize ELO and Dire Straits were English. I'm usually pretty good with rock trivia normally. Sorry about all the missing bands, especially The Police.
  6. I only included band names that didn't have an individuals name like Tom Petty. I know Van Halen is a name, but that is two different people not just one. Good luck with this one. I had a tough time trying to figure out who to include and who to leave out. Slayer and Linkin Park are two examples I changed my mind on to include Cheap Trick and Talking Heads. Many people will probably be mad for leaving someone out.
  7. I was going to attempt an American band version of this poll, but there are just too many. Do I include Soundgarden or Heart? Alice in Chains or Kansas? ZZ Top or Kiss? There is only room for 18 choices + 1 for "other". Edit: There is room for 40 choices! Back to plan A.
  8. I can't use the excuse that Judas Priest was "too gay" to be on the list since I included Queen, so I will just say that it didn't occur to me. Sorry. Edit: Please excuse my lame attempt at a joke. It wasn't meant to offend anyone except Judas Priest fans :D
  9. I totally forgot about the Police being an English band. My bad. Definitely in my top 20 bands of all time.
  10. A good selection. Let's see who wins.
  11. Sometimes I think that people are too critical in regards to Neil's lyric writing. In this thread, let's focus on our favorite Rush lyrics. Here's mine: Each of us A cell of awareness Imperfect and incomplete Genetic blends With uncertain ends On a fortune hunt That's far too fleet
  12. Biggest musical milestone in my life: the first time I heard Tom Sawyer on the radio. I was 14 and had been playing drums for a little over a year. Saw Rush on the Signals tour about a year and a half later, and they became my favorite band from that point on.
  13. I noticed that "When Dream and Day Unite" wasn't among the choices, but that's fine. I voted "A Change of Seasons" because the title track is so strong in every way.
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