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  1. Well, my initial reactions are the same as my reaction now. It's amazing, and my favorite Rush album
  2. Permanent Waves utterly destroys Signals for me. Signals is an eh record to me.
  3. The only time I could see mosh pits at Rush concerts is in the early 70's when they were basically Canadian Zepplin, but I just can't picture such a thing in more recent years.
  4. I've been to 3 (Time Machine, Clockwork Angels, R40). I have never seen anything close to moshing. Frankly I don't think Rush is the kind of band you really mosh to.
  5. The first line of Bastille Day: OOH THARS NO BLAGH, ENEMY GAAATE!!!
  6. Gary Lee Weinrib, Ph.D in Slappin' da Bass, hats off to you sir. Happy birthday.
  7. Yeah he's great. I'm subscribed to him. I really love his cover of Dream Theater's Panic Attack.
  8. AnEggplant

    New rumor

    I'm with you there. A new studio album would be amazing, even without a tour.
  9. AnEggplant

    New rumor

    People think Neil owes them something, and when he doesn't do what they want they get mad. That's exactly the feeling I get. Come on guys, who's the one being selfish here?
  10. AnEggplant

    New rumor

    I guess I don't understand why there's so much Neil hate? Has the guy not worked hard enough? Is it selfish for him to want to retire in his old age? Maybe I'm missing something he said?
  11. Hm, I suppose Ann Wilson could sing, Alex could do rythem, Petrucci could take leads, and Mike Portnoy could do drums since he's kind of musically available now anyways.
  12. Why do you keep buying bootlegs?
  13. How is Hemispheres a guilty pleasure?
  14. Natural Science Freewill Spirit of Radio Jacob's Ladder Entre Nous Different Strings I love 'em all to death though!
  15. 1. The Camera Eye 2. Red Barchetta 3. Tom Sawyer 4. YYZ 5. Limelight 6. Vital Signs 7. Witch Hunt I love em' all though!
  16. I could gush over Rush all day! Hemispheres is gorgeous 70s prog at it's finest, Permanent Waves is a songwriting masterpiece, Clockwork Angels is pure Rushy goodness, the gushing would never end! :D I wish them all the best in their retirement/solo projects.
  17. I don't think Neil is out to try and stop Alex and Ged from solo projects, he hasn't in the past. The dude's just old and tired. He's worked hard to give us great music for over 40 years, has a daughter, and wants to retire. Everybody has to retire eventually. Alex and Geddy can keep on doing solo projects if they wish to continue.
  18. On digital, all the studio albums, plus Different Stages, All The World's A Stage, A Show of Hands, and a few compilations. On record I got Hemispheres, A Farewell to Kings, Moving Pictures, Signals, Permanent Waves, 2112, All The World's A Stage, Exit Stage Left, and Fly By Night. On CD I have Roll The Bones and Rush.
  19. Maybe Superconductor and Dog Years, since I enjoy them but they're super unpopular!
  20. OOOH Thars no bleh, enemy GATE! There's no end to what they'll take, PLUCK THE FRUITS OF NOBLE BIRTH Wash the salt INTO DE YEAGH
  21. This is so sad. The drummer just wanted to get his gig money and leave I guess.
  22. There may be. If so I'm not aware of it.
  23. I didn't know about that, I must investigate further...
  24. Counterparts has Cold Fire and Everyday Glory. It's a good album with two classics. For me they're all classics except the Speed of Love. I love that album a lot.
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