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About PennSt8r

  • Birthday 12/23/1968

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    Male
  • Location
    Pittsburgh, PA

Music Fandom

  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
    16
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    Clockwork Angels - Oct 2012
  • Favorite Rush Song
    Freewill, Red Barchetta, Open Secrets, Marathon
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Hold Your Fire, Power Windows, Permanent Waves
  • Best Rush Experience
    3rd row for T4E, but that will be topped by 2nd row for S & A!!!!
  • Other Favorite Bands
    U2, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Bryan Adams, 80's Rock and New Wave, What can I say... I have diverse taste.
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    Guitar - Badly when I have time
  1. It might be a day or two early to ask, but did anyone get anything back signed from the first show yet?
  2. Pittsburgh roads are a pain in the ass bit you should not have many problems because you are going into the city. At that time, most people are going the other way.
  3. QUOTE (anchorman @ Sep 6 2012, 05:25 PM) I wish the song Second Nature never existed. It's one of the worst songs on arguably one of their worst CD's. Nobody's Hero ? Nobody cares. All the other tunes listed ? please. How's that for a diverse fan base ? It's beyond me on how many people love HYF. That's what makes this band so great I suppose. Pretty genius on their part actually. This band has been together so long and has been so successful that fans can actually argue as to what decade of music they prefer. If that's not enough, they can argue what genre of music is best to them. Hard rock to synth period to progressive, etc. Cool stuff. Lyrically the songs on HYF and PW are pretty hard to beat in my opinion. That being said PeW is still my fav, but these two CD's got me hooked on the band and therefore they hold a special place with me. I can't wait to hear whatever songs they choose to play from them live. You said it, that is what makes them so great... different eras.
  4. QUOTE (mazyyz @ Sep 4 2012, 10:03 PM) How does one know it's an authentic signature? The item that I have signed from last time has signatures that are very close to "certified authentic" items that I have seen. Sending my photo to Consol today.
  5. Set #1 Subdivisions Prime Mover Freewill The Trees Marathon Malignant Narcicism Vapor Trail Bravado Losing It Jacobs Ladder Anthem The Spirit of Radio Set #2 Clockwork Angels The Anarchist Carnies Seven Cities of Gold The Wreckers Headlong Flight BU2B2 Wish Them Well The Garden Drum Solo 2112 Overture 2112 Temples Tom Sawyer Limelight Encore Far Cry Cold Fire YYZ
  6. QUOTE (Amy Farrah Fowler @ Aug 29 2012, 07:57 AM) I contacted Consol yesterday to verify the proper address. They say they can guarantee that once it arrives they will get it to the tour management. After that, it's out of their hands. I'm going to grab the CA LP and send the cover in with a silver sharpie. I'll risk an album cover. What was the address they told you? Just making sure.
  7. I sent mine in last time to Consol... "Attn: Liam Birt" and got it back a few days after the show. Gonna send a photo for them to sign next week.
  8. Yes. Consol in PGH worked for the last tour. Got a MP tour book signed.
  9. I said above average because of how the songs are inter-twined. Power Windows and Hold Your Fire are tops for me.
  10. In no particular order: The Anarchist The Wreckers The Garden Clockwork Angels So far my playlist is being dominated by these four. Love the whole release though more and more with each listen.
  11. QUOTE (the masked drummer @ Sep 21 2010, 10:49 AM) QUOTE (PennSt8r @ Sep 17 2010, 10:22 AM) QUOTE (druid13 @ Sep 17 2010, 09:55 AM) I have seen every tour since Signals and that was defintely overall the best show they have done here...or in Burgettstown. Really liked seeing Rush play 'tight" but also grooving with a looseness and a musical sense maybe they did not have in their younger years. They have this material so well oiled they were fooling with time and parts and it was damn refreshing to see that. To me see ing exact reproduction is not my cup of tea....seeing musical development and growth from these tunes is...and that is what RUSH did last night. I can think of at least two tunes that really came alive in comparison to their studio counterparts and...one song from that album of the same title (no spoilers) that was really nice to hear again. No technical problems other than a BD mike which was fixed at halftime...crowd was great....STOOD ENTIRE SHOW...unlike what I am reading about some other snoozier areas of the country. Pittsburgh and RUSH had a great night last night....should have filmed it man. Really should have. Totally agree. Thought Ged's mic was a little loud, but other than that the show was great. Also the video at the end was so loud you could almost not make out what they were saying. Minor complaints in an otherwise tight show. I've seen 30 shows since Signals and this was the deadest crowd I've ever seen before. I guess Detroit audiences are more enthusiastic for some reason. Saw them in Chicago on R30 and the crowd went insane just like Detroit, though. Hmmm... Have to totally disagree. Fans were pretty much into it all night, except for the 4th song in set 1. That song just didn't not work. Not sure what crown you were watching, but people were standing the whole time.
  12. Got my MP tour book back today signed. Guess Consol in PGH DOES forward items to the artists. I am happier than a pig in s...!!!!! Not sure how to post the photo.
  13. QUOTE (druid13 @ Sep 17 2010, 09:55 AM) I have seen every tour since Signals and that was defintely overall the best show they have done here...or in Burgettstown. Really liked seeing Rush play 'tight" but also grooving with a looseness and a musical sense maybe they did not have in their younger years. They have this material so well oiled they were fooling with time and parts and it was damn refreshing to see that. To me see ing exact reproduction is not my cup of tea....seeing musical development and growth from these tunes is...and that is what RUSH did last night. I can think of at least two tunes that really came alive in comparison to their studio counterparts and...one song from that album of the same title (no spoilers) that was really nice to hear again. No technical problems other than a BD mike which was fixed at halftime...crowd was great....STOOD ENTIRE SHOW...unlike what I am reading about some other snoozier areas of the country. Pittsburgh and RUSH had a great night last night....should have filmed it man. Really should have. Totally agree. Thought Ged's mic was a little loud, but other than that the show was great. Also the video at the end was so loud you could almost not make out what they were saying. Minor complaints in an otherwise tight show.
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