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ytserush

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  1. Of course. Now that they can get away with it. I'm glad this crap didn't start until after Rush retired. It would be a lot more difficult to pull the plug on it. I just saw "Legion Of Prog," a cover band, for $5 last night and totally got my money's worth and more. It wasn't the best show I've ever seen in my life. But it was enjoyable and it was nice to hear some songs I've never hear played live before.
  2. Still love this album, but I've been on a 2-week original Vapor Trails kick the last few weeks. Can't remove it from the CD player. Just too good. Starting to think I love Vapor Trails more than Clockwork Angels.
  3. Only saw the Empire tour because they said they were playing all of Mindcrime live. Saw them open for Metallica a few years before that. But even better than those two shows was the Promised Land Tour. Never got any better than that for me. Last time I saw them live was the Hear In The Now Frontier tour which was ok, but I really missed DeGarmo. That was the last time I felt the need to see them live.
  4. Don't feel the need to be there but I wouldn't mind watching it. Don't think I need to hear a Rush tune at a Taylor Hawkins tribute concert either.
  5. Wouldn't mind the Clockwork Angels one, but that would have to come down quite a bit to even consider. I'd also like to know what show it was from..
  6. Have the original. Sounds a bit better than the CD. Can;t remember if it was part of the 2005 reissue campaign as it has only been released three years before that.
  7. Wouldn't mind watching them, but I don't feel the need to be there.
  8. 3 Favorites for me are: Promised Land Operation LiveCrime Rage For Order American Soldier was the last one that I kind of enjoyed. Take Cover was decent too I guess. Kind of gave up after Mindcrime II
  9. Always great to revisit the innocence of Rush in 1974.
  10. It's really not just Alex. Everyone involved does a great job on this album.
  11. Three Sides (or Four Sides depending on which version I listen to) is my favorite Genesis live album. I think it sounds great and I prefer the live versions over the ones on Duke and Abacab. But if you're looking for a different experience, try the Lyceum 1980 bootleg which is an incredible document from that time period. In many ways it's even better (not overly processed)
  12. For what I'd be paying, I'd want to optimize "amazing." Might be more sensible to just wait for the DVD. Still have some time to figure it out.
  13. Looked into this a little bit and it appears that there were 100 signed copies available on the backstage club. and the rest are unsigned. Must not have seen the "signed" part of the announcement at the time and decided to hold off on buying one but who knows how quickly they sold out.
  14. Never bothered to check because I really don't listen to the radio anymore, but has anyone heard a song on the radio. Has WMMR, Q104.3, of WDHA played anything from it?
  15. Wish he'd make it out to the east coast one of these days for one of these
  16. Caught the 120 minutes thing a few times. Wasn't really a fan of that because they would only play a certain type of band. Early MTV made me a fan of bands such as The Fixx or Joe Jackson. Bands that I've enjoyed even after the calendar to 1990 and beyond. No way to know this but I would think that even college radio has difficulties trying to figure out what to play these days given the sheer volume of music to choose from.
  17. I'm not saying it was genius, but it was a lot more free form than what it devolved into even if that was an accident rather than by design.
  18. Just speaking for myself here, but I don't need a platform that knows what I'm going to like. Part of the joy of discovery is finding out what I like and don't like.
  19. I'm vaguely recall I may have been thinking they'd open with The Spirit Of Radio as well at that time since it was two tours in a row at that point.
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