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    Rush is going back out on the road this summer and playing their Moving Pictures album in its entirety! Even though I live in Alaska, I'm going to try and spend some coin to see this tour...hell yes!!
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    Thanks for the heads up... My wife and I will be in attendance for the show at the Minnesota State Fair on August 27th.
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    Man, wish they'd come back to Hawaii. There is a show in Vegas, Aug.14th though.

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    Rush at the Mn State Fair! Hot dog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by polkfan38 View Post
    Rush at the Mn State Fair! Hot dog!
    Don't you mean pronto-pups, cheese curds, mini-doughnuts and all day at the biergarten?:D

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    Wow!!!

    Another opportunity for me to not like Rush!!!:p;)


    Seriously though...how old are these guys getting now? These shows probably aren't going to be anything too terribly special. Rush is essentially a cover band anymore anyway. It's not like they've got anything new coming out.

    What are tickets gonna be? $200 or so each?


    Either way...I wouldn't even go to this show if someone bought me a ticket, paid for gas and beer, and drove me there. I would prefer not to see Rush.


    For those of you Rush fans though...have a good time(though I can't imagine how:p)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by comfortablycurt View Post
    Wow!!!

    Another opportunity for me to not like Rush!!!:p;)


    Seriously though...how old are these guys getting now? These shows probably aren't going to be anything too terribly special.
    Assuming RUSH has lost 75% of their original and prodigious talent due to age and other factors over the years, they would STILL be 100% more talented than any of the current acts that call themselves musicians.:p:D
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    Hmmm...lets see. A cover band? I dont think so. Thier last album Snakes and Arrows debuted at #2 on Billboard and was a great album. I saw them on that tour and they were every bit as kick ass as when I saw them the first time in 1976. And yes, they are currently in the studio putting together another album of new material. Your loss if you dont go. Their kind of talent and musical ability is a very rare thing these days!
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    I saw Rush in 82 or 83 on their 2112 tour in Germany. I smuggled my 35 mm camera in and pushed the film as far as I could. If you squint real hard you can imagine the attached shots are of Neil, Geddy and Eric. Girls School was the opening act. In the mid/late 90s I saw the Roll the Bones tour in Boise and they did the entire 2112 album as a second set. Both decades rocked. I'll bet their current tour is more polished than ever.

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    Very cool pics, even though they're distorted. If it was 82/83 that would have been their Signals Tour. I can tell its from that time period just by the way the guys look (yes, I am that much of a Rush geek). I missed that tour but did see the Moving Pictures Tour and then every other tour from 84 to 88 when I lived in dallas.
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    My bad...uh, 2112 was released in 76. Old age is getting the best of me. It was actually 81. Found the concert listing on-line:

    Rush at Walter-Köbel-Sporthalle, Rüsselsheim
    Date November 17, 1981
    Band Rush
    Tour Exit...Stage Left
    Venue Walter-Köbel-Sporthalle
    City Rüsselsheim, Germany

    I have the ticket stub somewhere but can't locate it...damned memory again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmckeealaska View Post
    Hmmm...lets see. A cover band? I dont think so. Thier last album Snakes and Arrows debuted at #2 on Billboard and was a great album. I saw them on that tour and they were every bit as kick ass as when I saw them the first time in 1976. And yes, they are currently in the studio putting together another album of new material. Your loss if you dont go. Their kind of talent and musical ability is a very rare thing these days!

    Wow, I had no idea they'd come out with anything so recently. My bad.


    It is definitely NOT my loss if I don't go though. If I went to a Rush concert, I'd be forced to jam screwdrivers in my ears just so I didn't have to hear it anymore.

    No offense to anyone who likes them...but I literally, CAN'T stand Rush. The instant a Rush song comes on the radio, I hurry to change it, so I only have to hear as little of it as I absolutely have to. Seriously.

    I got a vinyl copy of Rush "Moving Pictures" in a box of vinyl a while back. I've never listened to it, or for that matter even taken it out of the sleeve to check the condition. The sleeve is in nearly pristine shape though. The only reason I'm even keeping it is because the cover is kinda cool looking.


    I am not a fan.



    However, if you are a Rush fan, have a great time!!:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by comfortablycurt View Post
    I got a vinyl copy of Rush "Moving Pictures" in a box of vinyl a while back. I've never listened to it, or for that matter even taken it out of the sleeve to check the condition. The sleeve is in nearly pristine shape though. The only reason I'm even keeping it is because the cover is kinda cool looking.


    I am not a fan.



    However, if you are a Rush fan, have a great time!!:D

    I will take it!:D;)
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    If not mistaken didn't Rush have 60,000 people show up to one there shows in Brazil a few years back. It's considered one of there biggest shows ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by comfortablycurt View Post
    Wow, I had no idea they'd come out with anything so recently. My bad.


    It is definitely NOT my loss if I don't go though. If I went to a Rush concert, I'd be forced to jam screwdrivers in my ears just so I didn't have to hear it anymore.

    No offense to anyone who likes them...but I literally, CAN'T stand Rush. The instant a Rush song comes on the radio, I hurry to change it, so I only have to hear as little of it as I absolutely have to. Seriously.

    I got a vinyl copy of Rush "Moving Pictures" in a box of vinyl a while back. I've never listened to it, or for that matter even taken it out of the sleeve to check the condition. The sleeve is in nearly pristine shape though. The only reason I'm even keeping it is because the cover is kinda cool looking.


    I am not a fan.



    However, if you are a Rush fan, have a great time!!:D
    Curt,

    That's your loss man. You never truly appreciate Rush until you see them live. They are probably the best live band I've ever heard. Simply amazing, especially for just being three people. I took several friends to both the R30 and Snakes and Arrows tours in Atlanta. Most of these folks had never seen Rush live before and a couple didn't even really care for Rush, but let me talk them into going anyways. Everyone of them are now Rush fans. If you hate Rush, you more than likely will not care for them anyways, but I bet you would have a new-found respect for their musicianship and talent if you saw them live. Again that's your loss, but YMMV, to each his own, etc, etc.

    Oh yeah, I'll gladly pay you for the Moving Pictures LP if you want to get rid of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by comfortablycurt View Post
    Wow!!!

    Another opportunity for me to not like Rush!!!:p;)!
    And to think you wasted an opportunity to NOT post in a thread about a band you hate. :p

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    Duell, come on over and we'll spin some Rush on vinyl! I like Moving Pictures so I have a Japanese and Holland pressing. My first Holland pressing I passed on to Carl after getting the obi. I missed it so much, I just had to find another copy. They ain't lying with their "Impeccable European pressings by Philips in Amsterdam, Holland" claim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCompRacer View Post
    Duell, come on over and we'll spin some Rush on vinyl! I like Moving Pictures so I have a Japanese and Holland pressing. My first Holland pressing I passed on to Carl after getting the obi. I missed it so much, I just had to find another copy. They ain't lying with their "Impeccable European pressings by Philips in Amsterdam, Holland" claim.
    I will take you up on that offer as soon as the summer va-ca begins! (in a month, or so....)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayCee View Post
    I saw Rush in 82 or 83 on their 2112 tour in Germany. I smuggled my 35 mm camera in and pushed the film as far as I could. If you squint real hard you can imagine the attached shots are of Neil, Geddy and Eric.
    Eric or Alex?

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    I heard they had to retrofit Neil Pert's drum kit to accomodate his walker.
    Don't get me wrong, I remember back to the days of my youth playing Dungeons and Dragons and jamming out to Rush, but at some point...these great bands need to 'exit stage left' gracefully...IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinjuku View Post
    Eric or Alex?
    Alex...honestly, I do know better:o One of my high school friends that went to the concert was Eric. I'll blame the error on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComfortablyWedgiedLoCurtico View Post
    For those of you Rush fans though...have a good time(though I can't imagine how:p)!
    I will pwn you for your insolence, biatch! :p


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    I will DEFINITELY be at this show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nooshinjohn View Post
    I will take it!:D;)
    Nah...I'm gonna hang on to it. Rush albums make great kindling for starting bonfires.;) Seriously though, the only reason I'm keeping it is for collection purposes. I'll probably never even listen to it a single time. The covers pretty cool looking though.

    I've gotta admit though, every time I'm flipping through my records and get to the Rush album...I die a little bit inside, simply knowing that I paid money for a Rush album. Sure...I only paid like 10 bucks for a box with like 20 records in it...but even still, at $.50 for a near pristine condition Rush album, I think I really got the ass end of that deal...lmao

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    Curt,

    That's your loss man. You never truly appreciate Rush until you see them live. They are probably the best live band I've ever heard. Simply amazing, especially for just being three people. I took several friends to both the R30 and Snakes and Arrows tours in Atlanta. Most of these folks had never seen Rush live before and a couple didn't even really care for Rush, but let me talk them into going anyways. Everyone of them are now Rush fans. If you hate Rush, you more than likely will not care for them anyways, but I bet you would have a new-found respect for their musicianship and talent if you saw them live. Again that's your loss, but YMMV, to each his own, etc, etc.

    Oh yeah, I'll gladly pay you for the Moving Pictures LP if you want to get rid of it.
    Eh...definitely not my loss IMO. The idea of going to a Rush concert makes me want to throw up...lol I respect them as musicians, and the impact they've had on music. I just think they completely blow donkey balls.

    You could buy me a ticket, come pick me up, buy me dinner, pay for my beer, and give me $100 cash...and I still wouldn't go. Seriously...lol...I would just prefer to never see Rush at any point in my life. I feel like my life won't be complete, unless I make a point of never seeing a live Rush show.

    But...many people will say the same things about my favorite bands.



    Quote Originally Posted by LessisNevermore View Post
    And to think you wasted an opportunity to NOT post in a thread about a band you hate. :p
    I would never pass up an opportunity to post in a thread about a band that I hate. Especially when they blow major donkey balls!:p:p

    Quote Originally Posted by Keiko View Post
    I will pwn you for your insolence, biatch! :p

    That guy looks like he'd fit right in at a Rush concert...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by comfortablycurt View Post
    That guy looks like he'd fit right in at a Rush concert...lol
    C'mon Curt, you just know that guy has this stuck somewhere on his VW bus.

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    Curt,

    Have you ever sat down and listened to the early Rush

    1) Rush
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    3) Fly By Night
    4) Farewell To Kings

    These are awesome Rush albums. As the band progressed they lost some of their edge (IMO) and moved towards prog. rock, but there are still some gems amongst the later stuff. I like everything up to and including Hemisphere's. After that they are hit and miss.

    I have a bootleg from 1976 called "The Fifth Order of Angels" of a Cleveland radio studio broadcast. Smoking, hot, killer, performance. When I see you I'll give you a copy of you promise to give a good listen before discarding it. :p

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    Give him an atomic wedgie instead, Brock. :p

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    I'm looking forward to hearing the "deep cuts" off of Moving Pictures; namely, the songs off of side 2. I'd love to hear "Camera Eye" live. One of their last epic length songs and my personal favorite off the album.
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    Man can it get any better? I mean Roger Waters the wall, iron maiden & dream theater and now Rush! I'm gonna have to get a 3rd job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mopar paul View Post
    Man can it get any better? I mean Roger Waters the wall, iron maiden & dream theater and now Rush! I'm gonna have to get a 3rd job!

    Sure it could. Jerry Garcia and Richard Wright could come back from the dead...spurring simultaneous reunions of both Pink Floyd and The Grateful Dead. They will then plan a tour together, and invite me along for the ride.

    I'll sit in on guitar with both bands of course.:)





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    The earlier stuff is "better"...but ehh...still doesn't really do it for me.
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