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    Port St Lucie, Florida
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    My 1999 Chevy Malibu, buying CDs, collecting anything to do with Pink Floyd, Genesis, Rush and the Red Sox. Also the Patriots.
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  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    6/15/07 West Palm Beach
  • Favorite Rush Song
    The Weapon
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  • Best Rush Experience
    Talking to Geddy and Alex on Rockline in May of 2007.
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    Pink Floyd, Genesis, The Who, Queen
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    Drums, guitars, bass and keyboards
  1. Across the Universe's snippets are so stupid that it made 1978's Sgt Pepper look like a masterpiece. The saving graces from Sgt Pepper were Alice Cooper's version of because, Earth Wind and Fire's funked up Got to Get You Into My Life and Aerosmith's Come Together. Peter Frampton did the movie due to insistence from manager Dee Anthony. He said the script was like a Monkees episode. Across the Universe is just pathetic and uninspired. Then again, Tommy trumped either of those. Keith Moon as Uncle Ernie, priceless and Eric Clapton as The Preacher was superb. I just saw Quadrophenia, great movie.
  2. QUOTE (BestIKenster @ Feb 10 2008, 05:46 PM) QUOTE (BestIKenster @ Feb 10 2008, 02:35 PM) QUOTE (BestIKenster @ Feb 10 2008, 02:34 PM) QUOTE (floydfanatic111 @ Feb 10 2008, 02:18 PM) Who gives a f*ck. Hollywood is sh*t now. I don't watch much TV these days. Plus, I don't go to the movies. Are any of your posts ever positive? If it wasn't for Hollywood, there would never have been the movie "The Wall" ff111 bong hit with your name on it. Would you like a cyberhit? Hollywood went to crap after the late 1990s is what I am saying. Ever since Titanic film grossed billions a decade ago, they are trying to come up with these big budgeted lameass movies. The writers are doing prequels, sequels, disaster movies, comic book character movies, boring comedies which are rip offs of old 1980s comedies and the 1990s disaster films is all I am saying. The Wall was supposed to be a concert film until Alan Parker decided to scrap it. Thank God I have a VOIO of Earls Court 1980 and New York 1980. Last great movie I saw at a theater was Toy Story 2 and that was in 1999. I didn't like Spider Man, Shrek 2 was boring and half of the films I went to in the early 2000s (I forgot what I saw) were unmemorable. After 2004, I quit going to the movies as no movie impressed me to go see it.
  3. QUOTE (BestIKenster @ Feb 10 2008, 05:34 PM) QUOTE (floydfanatic111 @ Feb 10 2008, 02:18 PM) Who gives a f*ck. Hollywood is sh*t now. I don't watch much TV these days. Plus, I don't go to the movies. Are any of your posts ever positive? My posts are honest. The US movie industry is so bad now that crap like sophomoric lameass comedies (Knocked Up, Wedding Crashers and those lameass romantic comedies which are sleep induced), rehashed disaster movies (Will Smith's newest), superheroes and cartoon characters turned to movies (Fantastic Four, Spider Man, Superman, Captain America) talent then the US must be high. Supposedly, the European film industry is better than the US movie industry nowadays. Yet they loved Waterworld In the words of Jethro Tull, I don't mind "living in the past".
  4. Always one of my favorite movies. Over the Edge was to have been released at this time as The Warrior but fear of fights breaking out prevented it. Ajax was the movie. "I'll shove that bat so far up your a** I'll turn you into a popsicle".
  5. Who gives a f*ck. Hollywood is sh*t now. I don't watch much TV these days. Plus, I don't go to the movies.
  6. Pete Townshend - All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes Roger Daltrey - Under a Raging Moon The Rolling Stones - Forty Licks (replacement, I found cheap and is the Virgin/EMI issue new for $20, the Abkco version is too expensive)
  7. Brain-damage.co.uk and David Gilmour's official blog on his website in late November said that David Gilmour's concert at the Gdansk Shipyard on August 26th, 2006 (the last show of the On an Island tour), is to be released as a live CD at some point this year. The concert was held before a huge crowd of 100,000, and marked the 26th anniversary of Poland's 1980 revolution, where nation-wide strikes led to the eventual fall of communism. August 26th itself was the day in which the Solidarity trade union was founded. Whilst the concert was notable for the inclusion of "A Great Day For Freedom" as part of the encores, David's blog site also mentions, tantalizingly, that "there will be one or two assorted extras thrown in for good measure..." More news, obviously, as we get it. Also, he was accompanied on some tracks by an orchestra. The track listing is the full show and my estimate of what songs will appear on each CD. Disc 1: Speak to Me Breathe Time Breathe Reprise Castellorizon On An Island The Blue Red Sky At Night This Heaven Then I Close My Eyes Smile Take A Breath A Pocketful Of Stones Where We Start Disc 2: Shine On You Crazy Diamond Wot's...Uh The Deal Astronomy Domine Fat Old Sun High Hopes Echoes Disc 3: Wish You Were Here A Great Day For Freedom Comfortably Numb plus one or two extras at the end of CD 3 (Echoes might be on disc 3, will keep eye peeled). Tentative release is summer/fall release.
  8. QUOTE (Jack Aubrey @ Feb 1 2008, 09:40 AM) Anyone want to make a prediction about how soon we'll see Britney Spears (or as I like to call her: "Train Wreck") on a show like this? In the words of Mr McMahon, "NO CHANCE IN HELL" of Britney on Celebrity Rehab. There were some celebs who had but no choice to quit drugs. Either that or go broke and lose careers.
  9. Many of those idiots probably relapsed. very few who get sober, STAY SOBER. Look at Motley Crue, they got sober then RELAPSED back into drinking heavy AGAIN! Rumors that Aerosmith went back on drugs too, who knows. Chyna, I'm glad Triple H dumped her for the more hotter Stephanie McMahon (Hell, I'd dump she-man chick for my boss' hot daughter like Stephanie anytime), fall from grace after leaving WWE/WWF. Brigitte Nielsen, skank. I am glad Sly Stallone kicked her ass out. Jeff Conaway, the dude whose biggest role was as Travolta's cronie in Grease, is all screwed up. I watched about five minutes before I realized, this is all B*LLSH*T! I'd go to rehab in a secluded area like Abu Dhabi and sober up without outside interferences.
  10. Jessica Alba She is a lousy actress, lousy looking thing.
  11. QUOTE (gleamingalloyaircar81 @ Feb 7 2008, 10:37 PM) This shouldn't even be a contest. Led Zeppelin anytime. They have the greatest guitarist, the greatest vocalist, the second greatest bassist, and had the greatest drummer. Jason Bonham is really good now as their drummer. Here is my rankings of whom I'd like to see reunited: Pink Floyd (Gilmour/Mason/Waters/Wright lineup. I know I saw the PF 1987 lineup in 1994 but this would be the best. Also, Wright, Mason and Waters want to play again. Gilmour is reluctant) Genesis (Banks/Collins/Gabriel/Hackett/Rutherford lineup. I saw the three man era reunion last year on September 11 and that rocked. The five man lineup would kick ass too but it's a shame Peter Gabriel is so focused on World Music and moving at a snail's pace that it won't happen. Steve Hackett will only play if Peter is there. Also, Peter really is reluctant to go back to singing about Musical Boxes and Supper's Ready at his age) Supertramp (Davies/Hodgson/Helliwell/Siebenberg/Thomson lineup. They split ala Beatles as Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson's wives hated each other and their writing skills were so different to each other. Dougie Thomson quit after Rick Davies broke his word that no Hodgson songs would be played without Roger. This reunion won't ever happen) Styx (as long as it's the DeYoung/Shaw/Young tangent with either Glen Burtnik or a fully healthy Chuck Panozzo and Todd Suchermann. Ricky Phillips and Lawrence Gowan can kiss my ass (Mr Bad English bass man and the unknown dude who is to Styx what Ray Wilson was to Genesis. Dennis DeYoung wanted back in Styx as far back as 2000 but JY and Tommy used Dennis' illness against him to throw him out. Recently as last year, Chuck Panozzo wants to play with Dennis and Styx again. However, JY is the one who wants to re-write Styxtory and JY claiming Dennis will sue again (Dennis didn't want to sue Shaw and Young but was forced to after he was excluded from decisions regarding the band name). If Pink Floyd can play with Waters again, why can't Styx's famed personnel) Led Zeppelin (Jason Bonham is now what he should have been in the 1980s before he almost wound up like his dad but is now appears to be a health nut since cleaning his hide up and the reunion would be cool) Van Halen (the REAL original line up of Eddie, Alex, David and Michael. No disrespect to Cartman, I mean Wolfie, but we want the real thing not Sham Halen. Van Halen (Eddie, Alex, Dave and Mike), Van Hagar (Eddie, Alex, Mike and Sam), Shit Halen (Eddie, Alex, Mike and Gary), SHAM HALEN (Eddie, Alex, Dave and Wolfie) I saw the reunited Iron Maiden in 2000, reunited Judas Priest in 2005, original KISS reunion in 1996, 1998 and 2000, the Dio-era Black Sabbath last year, I have seen all of The Who's reunion tours save 2000 and 2004 as I lacked funds. Triumph is reuniting. I'd like to see the original Queensryche lineup reunite again but Chris DeGarmo loves the family life.
  12. Robocop ruled. Both sequels sucked! Some movies that trumped the originals IMHO were Beverly Hills Cop II (better than first IMHO), Another 48 Hours, Terminator 2, Aliens, Child's Play 2 (this trumped the first one), Sudden Impact and The Dead Pool.
  13. Only two movie DVDs I have are Bad Boys (the 1983 Sean penn film) and Over the Edge. These two movies I can still watch for pleasure. Then I have the following music DVDs: Genesis - The Genesis Songbook, Live at Wembley Stadium and The Way We Walk plus the DVDs that came with the re-issues of the albums from 1976-1998 Pink Floyd - Pompeii, Pulse (though I don't watch it), Dark Side of the Moon Making of, The Wall Live Earls Court VOIO, Behind the Wall Documentary and The Wall Live New York VOIO David Gilmour - Remember That Night and Live and In Session (DVD that came with On an Island re-issue) Rush - R30 Cartoon collections: The Pink Panther Cartoon Collection box set and A Pink Christmas (which also had Olympinks and Pink at First Sight specials) The Tijuana Toads Collection Ant and the Aardvark Misterjaw A Chipmunk Christmas Sports: Red Sox 2004 Season DVD Faith Rewarded Red Sox 2007 World Series DVD Rest of movies I still have on VHS (VCR still works) First Blood Goodfellas Falling Down Scarface Phantom of the Paradise The Bugs Bunny and Road Runner Movie Bad News Bears in Breaking Training Child's Play 2 and 3 rest are concert videos, Christmas Specials that are not on DVD and Wrestlemania III and Summerslam 1989.
  14. First Blood (best of the Rambo series) Over the Edge This is Spinal Tap Scarface The Running Man Bad Boys (Sean Penn 1983 flick) The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie The Exorcist (I have a soft spot for the sequel as I am infatuated with Linda Blair and Repossessed was hilarious) Revenge of the Nerds Phantom of the Paradise Death Wish II and III Sudden Impact and The Dead Pool Flash Gordon (1980 film) Highlander (first one) Police Academy I, II and IV Pink Floyd at Pompeii (the 1974 edit) TV Shows: classic Monday Night Raw (especially the 1997 - 2005 era, thank God for youtube for classic episodes. Once The Rock, Austin and Stacy Keibler (lovely mamacita) left, I lost some interest though Y2J and Triple H prevent the show from sucking) The Pink Panther and Friends Show Bugs Bunny and Friends
  15. I am still trying to find the perfect turntable. I have Genesis Three Sides Live Original US Edition on vinyl. Then will proceed to get every classic Genesis era album on vinyl.
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