Rush: Classic or Dud?

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I'd like Rush a lot more if they wore black capes covered with gold $ signs...

duane, Thursday, 21 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I think Rush sucks. Any band where the drummer writes the lyrics is bound to suck. Do you know what RUSH stands for? "Running Under Satan's House." I did learn something in school... "Anti-Christ Devil Child," "We Are Satan's People,""Knights in Satan's Service," etc.

andy, Thursday, 21 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

---------> "Je suis Le By-Tor."

"Non. Vous etes Le Chien d'Neige." <------------

"Les pommes frites! Mon dieu!!!"

Jean-Luc Godard, Friday, 22 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

The good woman claims to like Rush, although I've never seen any evidence of this.

Dirty Vicar, Friday, 22 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

The only Rush track I've heard is 'The Spirit of Radio' from 'The Permanent Waves alb (1980). It was the nearest thing Rush had to a hit single in the UK (top thirty?) Now I don't know what Canadian radio was like back when this single was released, but English pop radio at the time, which for me basically meant Radio One, was horrendous. The 'Breakfast Show' was the station's prime time biggie, only entrusted to Radio One's biggest 'personalities'/tossers - Noel Edmonds, Dave Lee Travis, Steve Wright, all endlessly yakking over the few pop hits they played in-between their 'banter'. So the lyrics to 'Spirit of Radio', clearly written to suck up to radio station DJs, were not only v. horrible, but also a million miles from the truth. Here's the opening verse:

"Begin the day with a friendly voice/A companion, unobtrusive/ Plays the song that's so elusive/And the magic music makes your morning mood"

Dud for that alone.

Andrew L, Friday, 22 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

they were good before
Lee's voice dropped, and Lifeson
stopped using distortion

tarden, Friday, 22 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Rush are r0x0r, and don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Check out the k-kewl sartorial elegance displayed on the back cover of "2112" if you don't believe me. Stylee! Neil Peart's RAD, d00d (etc etc)

x0x0

/<-r/-\/>, Friday, 22 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I am proud to say that I once voted Rush the greatest band of the 80's. They had a lot of good moments, 'Xanadu' appeared in Tommy Vance's poll for the top ten rock tracks of all time throughout most of the 1980s. I think they peaked with 'The Weapon' on Signals (1982). They differed from their contemporaries in being more interested in playing around with the time-signature of their tracks. But ultimately, in an oft repeated pattern, instrumental virtuosity ceased to be musically interesting and just became self-indulgent.

Conor Kostick, Friday, 22 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

But ultimately, in an oft repeated pattern, instrumental virtuosity ceased to be musically interesting and just became self-indulgent.

Are you describing your personal development or that of the band? Because, if anything, the band got less and less showy as the years went on. "Counterparts" (the last one I heard) was even "grunge" influenced, allegedly. Rush was my favorite band all throughout high school.

Kris, Friday, 22 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Hey, it's supposed to be a HAIKU, people !

Guitar mag gruel
Less smart than it wants to be
Pretty harmless now

Hey, gimme a break, I've never written a haiku before.

Patrick, Friday, 22 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Stoner's favourite

'Tom Sawyer' plays through art class

Turn that shit off now!

suzy, Saturday, 23 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Geddy Lee = King of the Mullet People

Kim, Sunday, 24 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I'm in Canada I like said prog band less Than I did before

Dave M., Sunday, 24 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Truly dreadful, they Give "chops", prog-rock a bad name. Two good songs* -- rest's dud.

*( I reluctantly but freely admit that both Tom Sawyer and YYZ are both decent songs.)

Phil, Sunday, 24 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Oh dear, where did my line breaks go...

Phil, Sunday, 24 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Childhood memories
Older brother worships them
Despite this, they ROCK

Dan Perry, Monday, 25 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Repeated listens
Render it annoying, eh
Still, sentimental

Sean Carruthers, Monday, 25 June 2001 00:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

one year passes...
I'm so bored tonight that I'm reading vintage "classic or dud"'s, and I have to say that the stipulation of submitting answers in haiku format is pure, unhomogenized genius. More please!

Alex in NYC, Friday, 2 August 2002 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Objectivist Rock a la Ayn Rand = DUD!

Jack Cole, Friday, 2 August 2002 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

"Unhomogenised
Gen-i-us?" You would say that,
Since you started it!

Jeff W, Friday, 2 August 2002 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

BA da BA BA BA

da BA BA BA BA da-da

BA da BA BA BA...

Joe, Friday, 2 August 2002 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Neil Peart squeals, righteous in his Objectivist zeal but all their songs suck

Shaky Mo Collier, Friday, 2 August 2002 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Drummers Who Write songs
Didn't make Hüsker Dü suck
it was Geddy's voice.

Mr Noodles, Friday, 2 August 2002 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

two years pass...
They may be cheesy
But add rocking conviction
Who else but Rush eh?

piers (piers), Friday, 8 October 2004 04:13 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Rush sucks my big dick
Geddy lee is a scourge on Earth
prog rock motherfucks

The TAO that can be Posted is not the TAO! (The Tao that can be Posted is), Friday, 8 October 2004 04:42 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

more rush haikus please

kyle (akmonday), Friday, 8 October 2004 04:48 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Andrew L missed the whole point of "Spirit of Radio"! TAO: Your second line would actually fit haiku conventions if you made it "Geddy is a scourge on Earth".

sundar subramanian (sundar), Friday, 8 October 2004 04:57 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Fly by night limelight
Too many notes played at once
Blame's on Toronto

Pleasant Plains (Pleasant Plains), Friday, 8 October 2004 05:26 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

thank you sweet sundar, you are correct. that is what i meant to do. *tries to awkwardly plant a kiss on sundar's cheek and is promptly slapped on the face* ouch.

The TAO that can be Posted is not the TAO! (The Tao that can be Posted is), Friday, 8 October 2004 05:47 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Ayn Rand prog rockin'
Canadian eunuch squeals
You people so dumb!

Confucius, Friday, 8 October 2004 06:13 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

moving pictures has
the very worst cover art
which is such a shame

subdivisions rocks
which counters all that i've been
told about this band

the lyrics are too
obvious but what can you
expect from hosers?

derrick (derrick), Friday, 8 October 2004 06:38 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

'Limelight' licks are great
'Signals' is a true classic
The rest smells like wee

Rob Bolton (Rob Bolton), Friday, 8 October 2004 07:31 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Once I crossed the street
Geddy Lee almost hit me
In his Land Rover

Rob Bolton (Rob Bolton), Friday, 8 October 2004 07:32 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

CLASSIC as long as this man was Prime Minister:

http://www.clevernet.on.ca/pierre_trudeau/images/pic_trudeau_beer.jpg

DUD thereafter

Myonga Von Bontee (Myonga Von Bontee), Friday, 8 October 2004 09:45 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

[...wish I coulda found a picture of him riding on a train & flipping off protesters thru the window!]

Myonga Von Bontee (Myonga Von Bontee), Friday, 8 October 2004 09:51 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Rush is good
for opening up my pooper
so other men can do me

Good Dog, Friday, 8 October 2004 10:45 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

. . . Or maybe not

Space-jazz-rock-tronic
If rednecks didn't like them
They'd be Kraftwerk-hip

Geddyvox

Less boy or girl than
Alien; Precise
Enunciation

sundar subramanian (sundar), Friday, 8 October 2004 15:44 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

fact checkin cuz to thread

sleep (sleep), Friday, 8 October 2004 16:02 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Songs(works) and arrangements: Classic
Lyrics and vocals: Dud

Geir Hongro (GeirHong), Friday, 8 October 2004 22:33 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

I love Rush probably more than any other band....I don't think there BETTER than alot of bands, but they were a big part of my childhood....

Great band, I think.

M@tt He1geson (Matt Helgeson), Friday, 8 October 2004 22:50 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Young Black Teenagers
Seeking the phattest of shit
Sample Tom Sawyer

dlp9001, Saturday, 9 October 2004 00:01 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

has anyone seen the episode of "trailer park boys" where they kidnap alex liefson?
i gained new respect for the man after watching that.

m0stly clean (m0stly clean), Saturday, 9 October 2004 13:44 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

I have no haiku to offer which I why I didn't say anything before. But great, of course.

Ned Raggett (Ned), Saturday, 9 October 2004 13:46 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

i was at a party with some guys who were really entranced with some kind of video of stevie ray vaughn stranglin' the blues back in the '80s. doo-rags. these guys were such geeks, glued to the tube while there were girls to hit on and barbecue to scarf. then they got into "moving pictures," talking about the "production values" and saying things like "you can't deny the musicianship," while trying to be "ironic" about the whole stinkin' thing. typical night with people in nashville trying to be hip about not being hip or whatever that convolution is. then, everyone got drunk the host attempted to explain the shaggs to these geeks and everyone *listened hard and they got it*!! ahh. so, rush sucks and that's it, that's just like being "ironic" about kiss or worryin' about montgomery gentry, i think (as in the video where that goober takes off his cowboy hat to reveal an expensive-looking doo-rag/headwrap of some kind), and only the man upstairs can say whether rush is great or not...yes, rush did a record of covers i understand includes a version of eddie cochran's summertime blues done like blue cheer! so, they have roots like the rest of us, cuz.

eddie hurt (ddduncan), Saturday, 9 October 2004 15:40 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

worst. voice. ever.

oops (Oops), Sunday, 10 October 2004 00:00 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

No, that is Brian Johnson, Robert Plant or Bruce Dickinson. But Geddy Lee's voice is not far behind.

Geir Hongro (GeirHong), Sunday, 10 October 2004 00:19 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

As a band: dud. As a rite of passage: classic.
-- scott p (scot...), June 21st, 2001.

the wisdom in this succinct observation is humid. i loved rush until i discovered indie and punk rock in high school. hearing that particularly melodramatic cut "the trees" (i think that's the title) is still powerfully evocative of my 13-15 years, playing D&D, obsessing about securing issue # 202 of Spiderman, and committing to memory SNL lines. so i'll grant my meaningless benediction upon Rush in the same manner as the astute scott p.

j.m. lockery (j.m. lockery), Sunday, 10 October 2004 02:25 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Rush: Sophomore Lit.
texts become some deep and
meaningful lyrics.

Edward Bax, Tuesday, 19 October 2004 19:10 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

"Red Barchetta" plays
on radio, Rush fan gets
a speeding ticket.

Edward Bax, Tuesday, 19 October 2004 19:10 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Fans debate how to
say Peart. Does it sound like "pert"?
No, it rhymes with "near".

Edward Bax, Tuesday, 19 October 2004 19:11 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

yeah that was seriously great.

I also like how serious Steve Howe looks when playing. not in a mechanical way, more a "this is my craaaaaaft, behold" kinda way

Neanderthal, Monday, 10 April 2017 01:55 (eight months ago) Permalink

Amazing!

Moodles, Monday, 10 April 2017 02:09 (eight months ago) Permalink

So Wakeman was there, but not Buford?

Josh in Chicago, Monday, 10 April 2017 02:47 (eight months ago) Permalink

Props to Wakeman for busting out the cape. Then again, he might just wear that all the time.

earlnash, Monday, 10 April 2017 03:23 (eight months ago) Permalink

Bruford's retired from drumming now, no? I would seriously go and see a whole evening of this, were they to tour it (which they won't).

めんどくさかった (Matt #2), Monday, 10 April 2017 10:36 (eight months ago) Permalink

I get the impression that Bruford is far more proud of his work with King Crimson than he is of his work with Yes. It's almost as if he sees his stint with Yes as a warm-up for the main event.

...so music and chicken have become intertwined (Turrican), Monday, 10 April 2017 12:33 (eight months ago) Permalink

Signals was the first Rush album I ever heard and owned courtesy of my older cousin, and it's still my favorite. I'm also very fond of Grace Under Pressure.

akm, Monday, 10 April 2017 13:19 (eight months ago) Permalink

bruford was there. he was on stage with the band when they accepted the award, but didn't say anything himself. he didn't perform, though -- that's still the new kid (alan white)'s gig

reggie (qualmsley), Monday, 10 April 2017 13:26 (eight months ago) Permalink

Analog Kid perhaps my favorite Lifeson solo, at least of the concision era. Grace and PW still my fave albums. Commercial AOR of Hold Your Fire and Presto still most underrated era.

Have we ever polled best Rush opening cut?

Josh in Chicago, Monday, 10 April 2017 13:27 (eight months ago) Permalink

yeha bruford didn't speak. btw if you want to see some bullshit old rock star drama peep into billy sherwood's twitter or fb and see him go off on rick wakeman re: his speech; and despite a widely shared (by themelves!) pic of Jon Anderson and Jon Davidson smiling saying they would be doing an album together, Wakeman has said 100% NO

akm, Monday, 10 April 2017 13:49 (eight months ago) Permalink

whoa @ the Jon x Jon album, that sounds pretty tight and potentially very strange

frogbs, Monday, 10 April 2017 13:51 (eight months ago) Permalink

it actually sounds completely awful to me in concept. I'm not sure if they were talking about a personal project or what, wakeman's dismissal seems to be more about 'no Union type thing' so perhaps. Anyway I personally think my time with Yes 'proper' is done; it would be nice to have steve howe involved in something with anderson again, but alan white is not up to par these days.

(I was looking for the FB links to all of these, and it looks like yes (official) may have taken the repost of sherwood's rant down)

akm, Monday, 10 April 2017 13:58 (eight months ago) Permalink

Here are the Jons:

https://www.facebook.com/250766964978678/photos/a.250776908311017.64684.250766964978678/1358828777505819/?type=3&theater

"YEStory in the making. Jon and Jon meeting for the first time ever!
PEACE ON EARTH and HIGH VIBRATION GO ON.
JA and JD will do an album together and show all of you who focus on rivalry and hate that MUSiC conquers all!!!
If you call yourself a true YES fan, stop the petty fighting and embrace the REAL message of YES music."

jesus stop with the random capitalizations

akm, Monday, 10 April 2017 13:59 (eight months ago) Permalink

oh, sherwood is now claming his FB page was hacked and his post is gone. Hacked by his own drunk self, I imagine.

akm, Monday, 10 April 2017 14:01 (eight months ago) Permalink

I get the impression that Bruford is far more proud of his work with King Crimson than he is of his work with Yes. It's almost as if he sees his stint with Yes as a warm-up for the main event.

― ...so music and chicken have become intertwined (Turrican), Monday, April 10, 2017 8:33 AM (one hour ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

He's implied as much. In the BBC "Prog Britannia" documentary he said that Yes made a few records that led up to The Great Album, which was Close To The Edge. Once they'd reached that, he felt his work was done, so he split. I think, though, that he very much preferred the atmosphere in King Crimson in which, as he put it, "almost nothing was said. You were just supposed to know what to do." This was in stark contrast to Yes' endless discussions along the lines of "Wait, but if you're playing F# in that section, shouldn't I be playing A? Or not?"

Montgomery Burns' Jazz (Tarfumes The Escape Goat), Monday, 10 April 2017 14:05 (eight months ago) Permalink

honestly, everyone who was in KC (from the point Bruford joined) seem like sensible, honest, talented musicians as opposed to almost everyone in Yes who seem like egomaniac assholes.

akm, Monday, 10 April 2017 14:09 (eight months ago) Permalink

Yeah, I get the feeling that in Yes, with everything being intricately arranged, that certain members would have a tendency to get precious about their parts or their material etc. King Crimson seems more "free", I guess, the type of band where people have room to express themselves, even if Fripp is ultimately the gaffer.

...so music and chicken have become intertwined (Turrican), Monday, 10 April 2017 15:28 (eight months ago) Permalink

I got an email today offering tickets to a Yes show in October that will include Jon Anderson, Rick Wakeman, and Trevor Rabin.

Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr, and Violent J (誤訳侮辱), Monday, 10 April 2017 15:32 (eight months ago) Permalink

xp
much as I like his playing on both Yes and KC records, IMO Bruford seems a bit of priss about some things. He's got a snobbiness that, say, Neal Peart absolutely doesn't.

Dominique, Monday, 10 April 2017 15:32 (eight months ago) Permalink

but I've been trying to have beef with him for some time now so

Dominique, Monday, 10 April 2017 15:34 (eight months ago) Permalink

I think Fripp and his approach are so disciplined that you have to sort of align with his vision to fit in at all, and once you do that (and assuming you have the chops) the rest is relatively "easy," albeit still rigorous. Whereas with Yes, yeah, the challenge is everyone fitting their little bits of the puzzle in, which is how you end up with frantic songs and complicated side-long epics. To Yes's credit (and I'm at best a casual fan) their tracks and epics all sort of cohere despite that, as opposed to a band like, say, Metallica, who is very much A -part, B-part, C-part etc.

Since this is a Rush thread I should say that I've always been amazed at Rush's ability to go compact and concise. All their parts just make sense, and that they can fit so many ideas in 5-minute, hook-filled songs is pretty incredible. But then, I only think of them as a nominal prog band with only a couple of albums that fit the part, imo.

Josh in Chicago, Monday, 10 April 2017 15:36 (eight months ago) Permalink

I am 46 and time stands still is making my eyes tear up rn, what can ya do.

So glad I got to see these guys one time but I wish I'd made it to more than that.

iris marduk (Jon not Jon), Monday, 10 April 2017 16:46 (eight months ago) Permalink

xxx-post:

Oh yeah, I have no doubt that Bruford is a little bit of a snob about certain things... I get the feeling that Bruford would find playing in a basic rock band where all the songs are in 4/4 beneath him, whereas Peart would have no problem with the idea.

...so music and chicken have become intertwined (Turrican), Monday, 10 April 2017 16:51 (eight months ago) Permalink

Early 70s interviews with Bruford are incredibly posh.

Robert Adam Gilmour, Monday, 10 April 2017 16:54 (eight months ago) Permalink

Wakeman's speech is hilarious (apart from the bit about his wife). Still puncturing his bandmate's pomposity to the end. And yeah, Geddy was awesome.

Jeff W, Monday, 10 April 2017 19:29 (eight months ago) Permalink

Reminds me of the Amadeus film, "I'm a vulgar man but my music is not".

Robert Adam Gilmour, Monday, 10 April 2017 20:36 (eight months ago) Permalink

if geddy stepped in as the permanent Yes bassist I'd have no issues with that. I hate Billy Sherwood

Anderson et all released a press release today stating that going forward ARW are known as "Yes featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor kRabin,and Rick Wakeman". We'll see how long before Yes freak out and sue them, although apparently that's how they were being booked and promoted in europe already.

akm, Monday, 10 April 2017 21:02 (eight months ago) Permalink

three weeks pass...

Wish that Sam Dunn documentary had a bigger variety of fans like Stephen Malkmus and Nicky Wire.

Robert Adam Gilmour, Saturday, 6 May 2017 20:11 (seven months ago) Permalink

He's a metal dude, and doesn't have much knowledge of much outside that scene. But yes, some output from outside metal/hard rock would have been cool to see.

A. Begrand, Saturday, 6 May 2017 21:35 (seven months ago) Permalink

I do like his stuff generally but I wonder if he sometimes pretends to know less than he does. Like in the power metal episode he sounded like he knew absolutely nothing about the genre and that doesn't seem possible.

Robert Adam Gilmour, Saturday, 6 May 2017 21:43 (seven months ago) Permalink

two months pass...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mT1gmKUoqbY

\m/

reggie (qualmsley), Friday, 14 July 2017 20:13 (five months ago) Permalink

three months pass...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBVya4G8uNQ

Josh in Chicago, Sunday, 29 October 2017 17:55 (one month ago) Permalink

I don't know where to see the whole thing, but there are bits of clips and stuff:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVoEcHudb8w

Josh in Chicago, Sunday, 29 October 2017 18:01 (one month ago) Permalink

Wish that Sam Dunn documentary had a bigger variety of fans like Stephen Malkmus and Nicky Wire.

― Robert Adam Gilmour, Saturday, May 6, 2017 8:11 PM (five months ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

Ha, yes! Manic Street Preachers got the title of their album Lifeblood from one of the last lyrics on '2112' ("my lifeblood spills over") and the title track of Journal For Plague Lovers is blatantly influenced by 'The Spirit of Radio' ...

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Sunday, 29 October 2017 18:40 (one month ago) Permalink

four weeks pass...

Amazing. "Three new species of microbe found in the guts of termites have been named after members of the Canadian prog-rock band Rush, owing to the microbes’ long hair and rhythmic wriggling under the microscope." (h/t @annielogue) https://t.co/dHxzbRQNqy

— Annie Zaleski (@anniezaleski) November 27, 2017

mookieproof, Monday, 27 November 2017 19:52 (two weeks ago) Permalink

man I've been pretty into rush this past week out of the blue. really a shame I never managed to see them live.

akm, Monday, 27 November 2017 23:44 (two weeks ago) Permalink

They were good but you didn't miss much, imo. They were famous - and justly so - for replicating the studio versions pretty much perfectly.

Josh in Chicago, Tuesday, 28 November 2017 01:13 (two weeks ago) Permalink

You didn't really get much in the way of per se surprises but you did feel the general enthusiasm live for sure -- perfect balance between technical flash and heartland arena rock vibes leavened with a bit of humor as it went. Good working formula!

Ned Raggett, Tuesday, 28 November 2017 01:56 (two weeks ago) Permalink

Actually, the best experience of seeing Rush live was being in a big place surrounded by other dorks really into Rush. That and watching people try to air drum/bass/guitar at the same time.

Josh in Chicago, Tuesday, 28 November 2017 03:25 (two weeks ago) Permalink

I'm listening to Counterparts for the first time, at least the reissue on Spotify. I always avoided it because I hated "Nobody's Hero". I still skipped that song, but, otherwise, I'm surprised by how much I actually really like this. Mostly not that different mainstream rock of the early 90s (which I have a nostalgic spot for) but the playing elevates it, pushes the songs ahead, and the sound is clear and muscular. Lifeson esp sounds great. Solos on "Alien Shore" (esp) and "Cold Fire" are great and "Leave That Thing Alone" is up there with the back catalogue.

No purposes. Sounds. (Sund4r), Monday, 4 December 2017 17:23 (one week ago) Permalink

I think that was a record they did after hearing a lot of the bands they'd inspired, like Primus. I remember hearing the lead single "Stick It Out" and thinking, wow they're finally coming back! iirc album as a whole not *tons* better than the ones preceding it, but it was a kind of "welcome to the 90s" for them.

Dominique, Monday, 4 December 2017 17:31 (one week ago) Permalink

Counterparts is one of my favorite Rush albums. Thought it was a big step up from Hold Your Fire, Presto, and Roll The Bones.

Moodles, Monday, 4 December 2017 19:31 (one week ago) Permalink

It was consciously their "return to guitar" record, iirc.

Josh in Chicago, Monday, 4 December 2017 19:42 (one week ago) Permalink

I did a buddy of mine's taxes one year and his payment was taking me to see Rush on the Counterparts tour! They were so good that tour.

BlackIronPrison, Monday, 4 December 2017 19:44 (one week ago) Permalink


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