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  1. RUSH Take A Friend FLY BY NIGHT Making Memories Rivendell CARESS OF STEEL I Think I’m Going Bald The Fountain Of Lamneth 2112 Lessons Tears A FAREWELL TO KINGS Madrigal HEMISPHERES Every song from this album has been played live. PERMANENT WAVES Different Strings MOVING PICTURES Every song from this album has been played live SIGNALS Every song from this album has been played live GRACE UNDER PRESSURE Every song from this album has been played live POWER WINDOWS Emotion Detector HOLD YOUR FIRE Open Secrets Second Nature Tai Shan High Water PRESTO Chain Lightning Anagram (For Mongo) Red Tide Hand Over Fistu Available Light ROLL THE BONES Face Up The Big Wheel Neurotica COUNTERPARTS Cut To The Chase Alien Shore The Speed Of Love Everyday Glory TEST FOR ECHO The Color Of Right Totem Dog Years Carve Away The Stone VAPOR TRAILS Peaceable Kingdom The Stars Look Down Vapor Trail Sweet Miracle Nocturne Freeze Out Of The Cradle FEEDBACK For What It’s Worth Mr. Soul Seven And Seven Is Shapes Of Things SNAKES AND ARROWS The Bravest Face Good News First We Hold On CLOCKWORK ANGELS BU2B2 Grand Total: 44 Please let me know if this list must be edited.
  2. So recently I became aware that some of the Songs for the Album and DVD were filmed in San Antonio at the AT&T Center. My Dad and Brother were at that concert, and just out of curiosity I was wondering If anyone knows what songs were filmed there so I could tell them. I know the DVD was mainly filmed in Dallas at the American Airlines Center, and the bonus tracks are from Phoenix. If anyone knows and can tell me that would be awesome.
  3. Yes, i know that rush is taking a year off from touring. However i still see them doing a late fortieth anniversary tour (R40 anyone?) when they return. So how should we spend this upcoming year while we wait for Rush to return? By creating the best setlists for the next tour. R30 was great, but they really focused on stuff from the late 80s and 90s, as well as their cover songs from feedback. This next tour should include songs from their early albums, as well as songs they havent played in a while (seriously, name the last time they played fly by night!). So heres my ultimate setlist, dominated with 70s and 80s classics, but still having more recent stuff peppered here and there. Set one Bastille day Time stand still Roll the bones Lessons OR making memories Vital signs One little victory Limelight The trees Subdivisions Medley combining cygnus x-1 and hemispheres Far cry Set two Tom sawyer Closer to the heart In the mood/drum solo Caravan Fly by night Farewell to kings YYZ Animate Spirit of radio Working man Red barchetta La villa strangiato (with polka intro from time machine tour) Encore Passage to bangkok Red sector A 2112 (overture+finale) Marathon
  4. Black Box, 8221 Glades Rd.#10, @ 7:00 pm. Will be playing MP in its entirety I'll be checking this out, has anyone heard these guys before?
  5. based on setlist, films before each set, etc., I have been resigned to the fact that Rush will not tour in Europe.
  6. RushianRoulette

    Bootlegs

    I know this post probably doesn't belong in the main forum, however I wanted to gain as big a response as possible. Sorry! So, anyway, at the ripe age of 17, I have only recently discovered the wonders of Rush concert bootlegs. They are still a new concept to me, so I have a few questions I'd greatly appreciate any answers to. 1) Where can I find the best quality Rush concert bootlegs? 2) Is there one place where I can find all Rush bootlegs, or do I have to scour numerous sources? 3) Are there bootlegs in existence for every concert Rush have done? 4) Will any of you be bootlegging the R40 tour? 5) What would you say is the best Rush bootleg?? Thank you in advance!! :D
  7. So as I am only sixteen, this will be my first and likely only Rush concert. In addition, this will be the first real concert which I go to voluntarily and outside of music camps, school, and honor bands (I play saxophone). I was wondering if any experienced concert-goers, most especially with Rush concerts, could give me any useful information about what I should be prepared for when I go with my dad in June. Feel free to share random concert stories, too (makes the thread more fun). :)
  8. Well, at least he's not the one who put him in the chair. Still, usual douchebaggery. Read if you're bored enough: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/09/14/kanye-west-stops-concert-to-yell-at-wheelchair-bound-kid-stand-up.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+thedailybeast%2Farticles+%28The+Daily+Beast+-+Latest+Articles%29
  9. A while ago I posted my ultimate Rush concert setlist, which received overwhelmingly negative criticism, with some people accusing me of “trying to destroy Geddy’s voice” and stuff like that. But after a few months of listening to deeper material and noticing trends in recent tours, I have put together a setlist that I hope will satisfy everyone and not bring up any problems. R41 anybody? Set one Dreamline Entre nous Limelight Superconductor Bravado Vital signs Cygnus X-1/Hemispheres instrumental medley Driven Vapor trail Animate New world man Set two The enemy within The weapon Witch hunt Freeze Kid gloves Drum solo/The anarchist Broons bane/Closer to the heart Far cry Headlong flight Subdivisions 2112 (overture/finale)/YYZ Afterimage Time stand still The garden Encore The spirit of radio Tom Sawyer Marathon Like the recent Clockwork Angels tour, this setlist features a lot of deeper tracks from their 80’s catalogue, such as “Kid gloves” and “Entre nous”. The FEAR series is played in its entirety for the first time, and “Broons bane”, a classical guitar piece Lerxst used to begin “The trees” with, serves as the intro to “Closer to the heart”. And finally, there are fan favorites from the 70’s and 90’s included, as well as newer material ranging from Vapor trails to Clockwork angels. I really like this setlist, and seeing it live would be unbelievable. What do you all think?
  10. With a 40 year career and around 20 albums of material, why do they always play the same songs? Rush is known as the biggest cult band in the world and there are fans who have been to dozens of shows. Do these die hards really need to hear or want to hear Tom Sawyer, Subdivisions or The Spirit of Radio Again? For f*cks sake, this was the 20th anniversary of Counterparts, why couldn't they mention this and then include a few more tracks from that album? Can you imagine how amazing it would be to hear Cut to the Chase or Alien Shore for the first time live? Both these songs have incredible solos and are infinitely more interesting than the usual stuff Rush pulls out. You can't tell me that as a fan you would seriously want to hear Limelight over an underplayed CP track or any other unplayed track from their catalogue. I don't get it. It feels like rush has released 5 live albums in less than a decade and THE SAME SONGS KEEP GETTING PLAYED. Why would I pay money to hear the same songs again only sung, produced and played WORSE!? Instead of playing tSoR again why not work hard and translate songs from VT to the stage? Or take songs that people have forgotten from TfE and make them into legendary live performances? The playing from that album is godly, why not choose and play 3 songs from that album that would be facemeltingly good? At his point is almost seems like disrespect to fans. I don't care if they whipped out a few PoW songs this tour. With such a large catalogue, they should feel compelled to create entirely new setlists with each tour. They're a cult band with a huge following of dedicated listeners and for the majority of the time they still tour like an oldies band who play the same 15 songs to death.
  11. So last week my hubby and I went to go see Simple Minds. Never saw them, waited 25 plus years to see them and it was great. It was in a club so we made it to the front since we got there way early. Jim Kerr, the lead singer, held hands with me during Sanctify Yourself for a few seconds...thought I was going to...I don't know...I was very happy. Hubby thought it was cute. Anyway, now onto the question. If you were at a Rush show and got the chance to hold Geddy's or Alex's hand. What would you do? I would just...die a happy woman!!! Cheers, frippy
  12. I love taking a few photos at concerts, to preserve the moment and come away from a show with snapshots of moments in time that are totally unique to me and my camera lens. Also, I like taking photos of Geddy. So, my question is, for those that take photos at concerts, like with better quality cameras than cell phones, what do you use? I've seen some very decent photos taken by concert-goers, and they make me envious compared to what my li'l Canon elph with 4x zoom did for me at my last concert. Would anyone be so kind as to share what they've used and gotten good results with? For my next concert, in Vancouver, I'm going to specially buy a new camera (mine is getting old now, anyway) that has a decent zoom (a compact with a 25x zoom seems good) so I can try to take some good photos. If anyone has any camera advice, and even advice on how to take good photos at concerts (a lot of mine had turned out rather blurry, what with having the flash turned off...), it would be greatly appreciated. I've tried googling "taking photos at concerts", but the information has been a bit random and too elite - don't think I can sneak in a DSLR!
  13. For local Vancouver fans of RUSH. We need your support to keep the music of RUSH alive! Come see your local RUSH tribute band "Moving Pictures" Live at the Blue Frog in White rock BC Saturday Sept 28 2013. http://www.bluefrogstudios.ca/newshows.html https://www.facebook.com/MovingpicturesRushTribute http://www.soundslikerush.com/index.html
  14. http://metronews.ca/news/world/699065/stuck-on-china-tarmac-us-orchestra-plays-concert/
  15. Wow. Listen to this set list and Geddy's voice. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DT5YMFlqx44
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