All the World's a Stage

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  1. pbenn2112

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    All is got is holy f**k. I'm listening to the vinyl reissue that came out this week an I'm floored.
     
  2. NB_Terry

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    Probably my favourite live album.

    The opener Bastille Day is amazing.
     
  3. Da Geezer

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    Agreed! :beer

    (Well, for me, YesSongs is a close second...if not a tie)
     
  4. Lance

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    I think my fav is In The End! It's just perfect!!!
     
  5. monty

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    Great live album!
     
  6. R Morrow

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    +1!!!!!
     
  7. Bassomatic

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    Brings back memories.
     
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    Great, great record...
     
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    Zexcoil Gold Supporting Member Vendor

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    Bytor...

    and the SNOW DOG!!!!!
     
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    Zexcoil Gold Supporting Member Vendor

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    "We'd like to do something for ya...."
     
  11. flume

    flume Gold Supporting Member

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    Mind boggling...the energy they bring.

    And think about NP...pretty recently joined, and to be in the center of that creative fury right on the spot in a matter of months.

    Bless 'em.
     
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    Though they had three full albums w/ Peart before this double live record: Fly By Night, Caress of Steel & 2112.
    But - yeah - Peart joined in '74, FBN & COS were released in '75, 2112 & ATWAS were both released in '76.
     
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    Agree! I wore that record out.
     
  14. MrX

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    Great album!
     
  15. ferrell

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    that's how marshalls should sound.ATWAS and song remains the same are the two greatest live marshall tones in history
     
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    I LOVE the opening riff to "What You're Doing".
    It sounds massive!!!
     
  17. Double 07

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    LOL they're atheists. Fantastic rock band tho
     
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    Agreed. Though I've heard rumor for years Alex had a cranked a Super Reverb behind the Marshalls. Doesn't sound like it to me.
     
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    Saw them at the Century Theater in Buffalo around this time ('76) - 2112 tour, and several times after that. I loved that band in the 70's. I lost interest in the 80's. Difficult to explain unless you saw them back then but they were just so powerful as a rock band. I just couldn't get into it after they got more progressive. Obviously alot of other people could
     
  20. Jose Eduardo

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    I discovered Rush in 1982 and bought their back catalog then. All I remember is spinning the hell out of ATWAS and Exit Stage Left. Really defined my teen years.
     

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