What are you Listening To Right Now? - and more

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    Very much. I have her previous recording PUBERTY(2016), which is also quite good.
     
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    Dont get your shorts in a knot , I gave up on this due to awful fidelity...hopefully there is another better sounding version...
     
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    with so many cds in that other room this area needs floor to ceiling replacement cabinets.. Just saying....
     
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    Yup. I remember having the ca-single with Breadfan on it. Funny I can't remember the "A"side...also the 5.98 EP was how I learned about Diamond Head as well.
     
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    Proper collation may require therapy and several free weekends.
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  12. KevinJS

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    I have many bootleg recordings of Rush concerts, which I downloaded from Usenet several years ago, including this one. IMO, not one of them is worth spending any time on. Best to stick to the official releases.
     
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    Come to think of it, I also had a Metallica ca-single with them covering Queen's "Stone Cold Crazy"...that really kicked some as. Lost them with a bunch of other stuff when, as Jerry Reed put it, "She got the gold mine, I got the shaft".
     
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    YIKES! I don't know if I should laugh or cry... :eek2: Wait. The victim DID have a happy ending, didn't he??? (fingers crossed)
     

     

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    I saw them live numerous times over many years and my favorite shows were the early shows 74 to 78 or so with smaller stage rigs and By Tor being an epic stage battle and Anthem as the evening opener signaling mass pot ignition...I can still see , hear and smell it.. Sunburst 345 and fur covered drum riser...The shows that made me love them. finding out many years later that they did those shows for 300 to 500 bucks makes the memories even sweeter.
     
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    life is great because of all that.. I learned lessons and capitalized on my personal lifes protection and happiness, and knew what to look for after that...In the end to have the life I have now 25 years later I would change nothing.
     
  20. KevinJS

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    I suspect the sound in your memory is better than that on the recording. Nothing really compares to "being there". First time I saw the band was in 1982 at Wembley. It kind of shocks me now to realize just how long ago that was, considering how fresh the memories are. In my mind's eye, I can go back to the venue without the aid of any recording. Good times.
     

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