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  1. https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/least-popular-songs-10-legendary-142325925.html?guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cucm95YWwtb3JsZWFucy5jb20v&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAGhP2rT5V1E-YPLX-nvGIj9_X6JGUe58qQVQhI-UoGnU4X3IQ0xHJN1RIhbHSLZ4uYoLF6o1PvBOe_7yIyXdjSBPgIkGlvdHnq69_Y14UB42ICIQokvePfhyubRa5D-zGwcDdoUU0uOjFJxxz1ix4oI_EcjrV-J_7OcbbOCs7xSJ&_guc_consent_skip=1701517269
  2. Love them, one of my all time faves. Small discography. 5 studio albums, 1 single live album and 1 best of released shortly after the band's demise. Pye's lyrics were a bit Beefheartesque which is not for all tastes but I loved them. Not a bad record in the bunch. A couple of years ago the fellow who runs maxwebsterlive.ca had a treasure trove of live board tapes, unreleased studio material and audience recordings and shared them. What a gift he gave to all of us fans. There was enough unreleased songs included in those tapes that would make up another 3 maybe 4 studio records. A little bit of prog, a little Zappa, a little Beefheart and a lot of Canadiana High Class in Borrowed Shoes is generally considered their best album but all 5 records have plenty to offer
  3. I haven't watched any of these things but I have enjoyed the CBC interviews he has done - that's all I need. I just went to TicketMaster for the Massey Hall event and first off, am surprised it's being held at such a large venue and then completely blown away at the prices of tickets from $120 up to $600 for front row - not re-sale. Yikes. This is the kind of thing I might have considered if it was at the local bookstore and free
  4. Interview with Tom Power on Q, I'm just a couple of minutes into it, Power is a good interviewer
  5. I suspect these lists use the same idea like sports radio/columnists do. Be controversial, intentionally annoy to get the clicks/eyeballs/attention that they all don't deserve.
  6. I like it quite a bit. I'm a moderate fan of the band, probably own about 15 or so of their albums. Better than an average KISS album and much better than that steaming pile released before The Elder (Unmasked). I think it stands alone among KISS albums, not like Unmasked or the following album Creatures of the Night. A little pretentious perhaps but I'm fine with that sort of thing Not a bad track on the record imo - which is rather unique for KISS records, as many of them have 1 or 2 killer tunes and a whole lot of pedestrian tracks Mr. Blackwell is no great shakes but even that tune is not so bad
  7. 2 super creepy tracks from Throbbing Gristle turns my stomach
  8. taurus

    There are no words

    i) it ain't terrible ii) I'll take a 1977 Geddy singing Eleventh Earl of Mar please
  9. I really like G/P and have no issues with the sound or mix. I just find the idea of a producer who has been at the helm for one of the best selling albums of all time, twiddling the knobs for musical acts that aren't very Rush-like, intriguing. Coupled with the fact that Peter Henderson was an eleventh hour replacement, I wondered if Symczyk had made overtures.
  10. No extra info but would love to know if he ever tried to make contact with the band and if so what year. P/G might have benefited, that was a difficult time with Lilywhite bailing on the project, leaving the band high an dry
  11. I really liked Zeppelin's cover of Dazed & Confused
  12. I've been waiting for this one, looks massive. I got into Tull at this album's release so it has that nostalgia going for it, definitely my fave of the eighties records and beyond. This and Crest of a Knave will likely be my last purchases of these excellent 40th Anniversary editions. I likely will take a pass on Under Wraps if they decide to continue the series. I have them all except This Was and Stand Up - I had just bought the 3 disc expanded version of both before their release and felt it wasn't worth the $$. Man Ian was one prolific writer and archived a lot such a contrast from Rush. The only 40th Anniversary edition that was a let down in regard to outtakes/demos/live material was TAAB. Only a new mix and surround mix
  13. I voted Vital Signs as well. Perfect segue into their next album. VS would have fit seamlessly on to Signals - even has the words "Signals" in it
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