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About PuppetKing2112

  • Birthday 07/13/1989

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    Music, basketball, writing
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  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    August 7, 2010, Auburn, WA - White River Amphitheater
  • Favorite Rush Song
    Middletown Dreams, Natural Science, Ghost of a Chance, Vapor Trail, The Way the Wind Blows
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Vapor Trails
  • Best Rush Experience
    Any of the four shows I've been to.
  • Other Favorite Bands
    Radiohead, The Who, Lady Gaga
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    Drums, very sporadically

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  1. I'm pretty sure I joined the site the day it launched (I was a regular on Counterparts before that) and spent a LOT of my high school years on here. A few people from those days, I'm still friends with. I still lurk here occasionally under a different name but figured I should come say hi today, although it's under awful circumstances. This is a shock. He's the greatest to ever do it.
  2. Completely shocked and devastated. This was out of nowhere.
  3. I expect the album will be very good. I also expect that the negative threads on this forum will outweigh the positive ones by about 2-1.
  4. Since I haven't heard the remixes since they were released, I just dug up my copy of Retrospective 3 and listened to the remixes and originals side-by-side. Call it a draw. There are things I like about the remixes (more layers, and the drums sound much more defined), but there's still not nearly enough bottom end for them to be definitively better than the original. To me it's like the Beatles mono and stereo reissues. It's worth having both.
  5. RE:Work schedule: You'd think no band has ever toured more than one year on the same album before. Christ. RE:Vapor Trails remix: I'll buy it, but I hope it sounds better than the remixes on Retrospective 3.
  6. Did I really just see it suggested that Clockwork Angels could become "the great lost Rush album"? Have a little faith, people.
  7. I got s/t on vinyl (thereby completing my collection except for RTB, CP, and VT which are impossible to find) and the MP/2112 Classic Albums DVD.
  8. Is there a Miami date on this tour? Because we can't entirely rule out Rush announcing at the last minute that they're taking their video-recording talents to South Beach instead.
  9. I caught the pilot episode of Boardwalk tonight and thoroughly enjoyed it. Will definitely keep watching.
  10. What I wouldn't be opposed to: waiting until 2012 to release anything on DVD and putting together a 2-disc "Past & Future" package, with the first disc being the Time Machine tour and the second disc being the Clockwork Angels tour. Maybe release the CD version of Time Machine in the meantime.
  11. QUOTE (rocketom @ Aug 28 2010, 06:22 PM) If they release the Time Machine tour on cd/dvd along with Clockwork Angels they would only need to sell about 250k copies to make it platnium. Then they would get good publicity about having a platnium cd which could lead to further sales. I'm betting on a deluxe edition cd/dvd edition like Journey had a couple of years ago. I'd be very disappointed if they sunk to the level of Foreigner or Journey, basically admitting that nobody wants to hear their new material and that the only way to get anyone to buy it is by cutting a deal with Wal-Mart or Target to package it with a live album or a greatest hits. I'd like to hope Rush has more self-respect than that. No reason to believe they won't release the new live album and DVD as its own package like they have with every tour since Rio. They've done alright with that formula.
  12. You lost me with "How it Is" being this low.
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