Jump to content


Members *
  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Anthemic

  1. Full setlist. If only they could unearth the unused film.... 2112 Part I: Overture 2112 Part II: The Temples of Syrinx Freewill Limelight Cygnus X-1 Book II: Hemispheres Part I: Prelude Beneath, Between & Behind The Camera Eye YYZ Drum Solo Broon's Bane The Trees Xanadu The Spirit of Radio Red Barchetta Closer to the Heart Tom Sawyer Vital Signs Natural Science Working Man Cygnus X-1 Book II: Hemispheres Part IV: Armageddon By-Tor & The Snow Dog In the End In the Mood 2112 Part VII: Grand Finale Encore: La Villa Strangiato Oh man, that would probably be the crème de la crème of all their concert videos, just based on pure nostalgia alone. Much less the fact that it's the full Moving Pictures Tour and set list. Just seeing some of the songs on the video that were not on the album is a tease that there probably was a lot more footage originally shot from those shows. They should dig it up and put it together. I'd certainly buy it and watch the hell out of it! we all would but that footage is long gone. back then videotape was expensive, very bulky and hard to store, so it was routinely recycled. no one thought anyone would care forty years later about the rest of that footage so the tapes were probably degaussed the day after the thing was edited.
  2. You don't think the change in tone was intentional? I do. When Terry Brown was producing Rush albums everything was intentional. yeah, recording book 1 in the wrong key, what an intentionally genius move, eh?
  3. i agree, no picture is a dealbreaker!
  4. I'm going Roger's signing on the 25th. Ohhh, I considered it, but decided not to, it’s Thursday night and I hate to miss band rehearsal. But tell me all about it afterwards ! what bookstore is this, please?
  5. vapor trails and clockwork angels are both in my top 5 rush albums
  6. i guess no matter how much i like rush i'm safe from being a fanatic then
  7. http://www.packerpalace.com/palace/losers-logo-JM.jpg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgSPaXgAdzE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukWRRNqMAZ4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmUPGgbrGS8 what do you know, this is kinda fun
  8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JEKCRXgSMs
  9. you folks really are bored aren't you
  10. Dang...I mean I know I said controversial but that opinion there isn't gone make you a lot of friends around here. Those three are pretty much the most publicly renowned albums in their discography, and you'll be hard pressed to find many others who don't think they're among the bands best works, especially PeW and MP...I mean idk if I've ever heard anyone around here say they didn't like those two. i'm not a big fan of moving pictures. except for limelight which is one of my favorite rush songs.
  11. everything is about earl, don't you know that?
  12. You're making a massive assumption here...Remember Doctors don't want to be sued more than anyone else....I find it impossible to believe that he wasn't explicitly instructed on the correct dosage and the medicine itself would have been very clearly labelled...I also note that he had Oxycodone in his system too...he could have been taking too much of that for breakthrough pain. He always struck me as a fairly intelligent man, so he must have been aware of the risks...in this case "doing right by his fans" backfired spectacularly, as now they will have no more chances to see him, ever, whereas a short break for hip replacement surgery would have sorted his problem and extended his career...after all, it worked for Paul Stanley. the guy had coronary artery disease and emphysema, maybe he didn't have very much longer to live in any case and a final tour was what he wanted. and maybe the od wasn't entirely an accident. i agree that there's a problem in america with overprescribing of medication for absolutely everything, and also agree that personal responsibility comes into play.
  13. geddy wrote tears i think that all three were probably closer friends in the earlier days but then they grew apart especially as neil started to lose interest in music and regard it more as a way of making money than a calling while meanwhile al and ged were still just as passionate about music as they ever had been.
  14. i think him calling it an extended hiatus means that he's not pursuing any music at the moment but expects to in the future.
  15. the time machine tour skit is a fun little piece but this is a better example of geddy being a nice guy to fans because it's real. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBVya4G8uNQ
  16. i thought geddy's voice sounded fine at all the shows i went to in the 2000s. he was always a little all over the place live even in his prime vocal years and as far as i'm concerned in the later years he only got slightly worse about that. and anyway those shows were so fun and rocking and shredding musically that it really didn't matter much that the vocals weren't the best. i never heard anyone at an actual gig complain about the vocals. one thing is that he was very inconsistent in the later 2000s, at each show he'd sound amazing on some songs, kind of murder others, and range from acceptable to good on all the rest, and which songs these were would change at each show. but i'll bet that if you had a pro recording of every song from every show on those tours, by choosing the best performance of the tour of each song you could make an album that would sound like he had very little vocal decline.
  • Create New...