RUSH - ANAHEIM 1981 [NEIL PEART R.I.P. 1952 - 2019]

January 17, 2020 – 5:42 am

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NEIL PEART R.I.P. 1952 - 2019

Neil Peart, the legendary drummer for Canadian rock band Rush, has died at age 67 reported Global News.  A spokesperson for the Peart family, Elliott Mintz, confirmed that Peart died of brain cancer in Santa Monica, Calif., on January 7, 2020. Rush paid tribute to their “friend, soul brother and bandmate of over 45 years” in a statement. According to the band, Peart had been battling glioblastoma for three and a half years before his death - the same type of brain cancer that claimed the life of Gord Downie. “We ask that friends, fans, and media alike understandably respect the family’s need for privacy and peace at this extremely painful and difficult time,” Rush said. Rush are Canada’s premier progressive rock band with classic albums Fly By Night, 2112, Permanent Waves and Moving Pictures.

A major hiatus came after Peart’s 19-year-old daughter Selena was killed in a car accident in 1997 and her mother, Jacqueline Taylor, died 10 months later. The drummer took time away from Rush, seeking therapy in long motorcycle journeys through the Americas. He later recounted his recovery in the book Ghost Rider: Travels on the Healing Road and wrote six other volumes of non-fiction. In 2000 he married the photographer Carrie Nuttall and settled in Los Angeles, becoming a US citizen. He rejoined Rush in 2001, when classic rock was experiencing a resurgence and the band’s profile was on the rise again, and they went on several world tours. Their last studio album, Clockwork Angels, was released in 2012.

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RUSH
Anaheim 1981 [The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Vol 17, 2CD]

Live at the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA; June 12, 1981. Very good audience recording. Mike Millard first generation cassettes via JEMS.

Thanks to Mike Millard; Barry G; JEMS; BK; and to mjk5510 for sharing the show at Dime.

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Welcome back to JEMS’ Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone series, presenting recordings made by legendary taper Mike Millard, AKA Mike the MICrophone, best known for his masters of Led Zeppelin done in and around LA circa 1975-77.

Volume 17 is a very special installment if you are a Rush fan and I may as well get it out of the way right off the bat and admit that I am a (formerly) closeted Rush fan.

Anaheim Convention Center June 12, 1981 is one of THE significant Rush audience recordings. I’d go so far as to call it their Listen To This Eddie, which is fitting given both shows were recorded by Mike. It is an outstanding capture of the band playing at their peak, and crucially, it captures a period of performance that, in my opinion, is not well served by official live product.

As one of my earliest concerts, I saw the Moving Pictures tour in Seattle back in 1981 (sadly I didn’t record), and the show left a mark on me. I love the studio album, too, but the resulting live document, Exit Stage Left, never sounded right. I auditioned it again last night to see if my memories were accurate and I still feel the same way: Exit has that kind of manufactured/”doctored in the studio” quality so many live albums of that era suffer from. The audience atmosphere in particular doesn’t feel authentic.

Anaheim also shares in common with Listen To This Eddie a long and somewhat murky history of bootlegs. It has been pressed to CD and posted in many forms. The website digitalrushexperience.com lists eight different versions, one of which claims to be off the master tapes. There’s another called The Definitive Edition, only to be usurped by the somehow “more definitive” release, The Definitive Edition Remastered. Various notes on the lineage claim the original recording was on reel to reel. Even attribution of the work to Mike Millard seems a recent and not altogether accepted fact. The date has also been confused, sometimes listed as June 16 instead of the correct June 12.

For help understanding the extant morass of Anaheim editions, JEMS turned to a Rush expert who sent the following immensely helpful notes on the history of this recording:

In March 2001, AnalogKidAudioVideo mastered “The Definitive Edition” version of Mike Millard’s Rush Anaheim ‘81 recording. The source tapes used for “The Definitive Edition” were analog cassettes loaned by a collector near Atlanta. Although the exact lineage of those cassettes is not certain, they were most likely copied from a first-generation HiFi VHS videotape recorded directly from Millard’s masters. Listen closely to “By-Tor,” “In the Mood” and “Grand Finale” using headphones and you will hear brief VHS tracking noises. Thus, “The Definitive Edition” is a second-generation source at best (Master > HiFi VHS > Analog Cassette) despite many fans’ misguided belief over the years claiming it to be first-generation.

Another version called “Anaheim 1981 Master” appeared a few years later, circa 2003. The title implied Millard’s masters were the source for the release, which was a complete fraud. If you load “Anaheim 1981 Master” into a digital audio workstation and sync it to “The Definitive Edition,” you will see “The Definitive Edition” was in fact the source for “Anaheim 1981 Master.” The same fades and nip/tuck edits created specifically for “The Definitive Edition” are on “Anaheim 1981 Master.” The playback speed of “Anaheim 1981 Master” CD 1 is virtually identical to “The Definitive Edition” CD 1. There is only one explanation for such precise similarities: “Anaheim 1981 Master” is a bootlegger’s reworking of “The Definitive Edition.” “Anaheim 1981 Master” simply has extra processing (excessive limiting, noise reduction and EQ) which puts more lipstick on the pig, but ultimately “Anaheim 1981 Master” is no closer to the master and offers no greater audio fidelity than “The Definitive Edition.”

“The Definitive Edition” set the benchmark for this recording back in 2001. All other versions since then appear to be Frankenstein monsters of “The Definitive Edition.” Finally, in 2019 a true first-generation source has emerged. The long wait for an upgrade is now over! Many thanks to the good folks at JEMS for making it happen, and very special thanks to the one and only Mike the Mic for all the joy he has brought with this fabulous capture.

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Mike made this set of cassettes for Barry G who loaned them to JEMS for our fresh, verified first-gen transfer. The cassettes were beautifully labeled by Mike and we’ve included those images in this release. To our ears, the quality of the new transfer is richer, sharper and fuller than previous versions. There were a handful of micro dropouts on the first side of the recording and we’ve done our best to fix them. Beyond that, Mike’s Anaheim work is among his very best and a real pleasure to listen to. It also includes several songs not featured on Exit Stage Left including my personal favorite from Moving Pictures, “Limelight.”

JEMS is thrilled to partner with Barry and Jim R to release more of Millard’s historic recordings and to help set the record straight about the man himself. November 29 marked 25 years since Mike passed away and it seems his legend only continues to grow. I recently heard a fun anecdote from a taper friend who attended a lot of concerts in LA in the ’70s. He reminisced about the time when he came to learn who Mike was, what Mike looked like and that he recorded shows. He remembered the first few times he saw Mike being pushed into a concert in a wheelchair. He and his friend feared something bad had happened to Mike, only to eventually deduce the wheelchair was there for another purpose.

We can’t thank Barry enough for trusting us with his Millard tapes and his own fantastic masters like the recently released Queen Santa Monica ‘76. Jim R also continues to be a great new friend and deep well of information not just about Millard but the rock concert culture of ’70s Los Angeles. We look forward to sharing some of the incredible images he took in that era down the road. JEMS COO mjk5510 continues to bring his essential contributions to the Lost and Found series, too, and for that we thank him.

Finally, cheers to the late, great Mike the MICrophone and to finding more lost tapes.

May he rest in peace.

BK for JEMS

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Lineage:
AKG 451E microphones (CK-1 cardioid capsules) > Nakamichi 550 cassette recorder

JEMS 2019 TRANSFER: first-generation cassettes made by Mike Millard for Barry G > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 24/96) capture > iZotope RX MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > iZotope RX and Ozone mastering > Peak Pro 6 (volume smoothing / edit / index) > xACT 2.39 > FLAC

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Disc 1
Track 101. 2112 Overture 4:04
Track 102. The Temples Of Syrinx 2:15
Track 103. Freewill 6:09
Track 104. Limelight 5:03
Track 105. Hemispheres Prelude 4:21
Track 106. Beneath, Between and Behind 2:56
Track 107. The Camera Eye 11:44
Track 108. YYZ 2:53
Track 109. Drum Solo 5:49
Track 110. Broon’s Bane 1:42
Track 111. The Trees 4:29
Track 112. Xanadu 12:39
65 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Spirit Of Radio 5:36
Track 202. Red Barchetta 6:52
Track 203. Closer To The Heart 3:57
Track 204. Tom Sawyer 5:01
Track 205. Vital Signs 5:19
Track 206. Natural Science 8:21
Track 207. Working Man 1:16
Track 208. Hemispheres Armageddon 0:53
Track 209. By-Tor and the Snow Dog 4:04
Track 210. In The End 1:43
Track 211. In The Mood 2:02
Track 212. 2112 Grand Finale 2:10
Track 213. La Villa Strangiato 9:36
57 mins

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  1. 82 Responses to “RUSH - ANAHEIM 1981 [NEIL PEART R.I.P. 1952 - 2019]”

  2. Thanks for posting, BigO. Good music…both old and new.

    By DanC on Jan 17, 2020

  3. Rumor has it Neil had a Big Un

    By U L E on Jan 17, 2020

  4. Drummers that I screwed usually had Big Cocs.

    By Groupie Chick Traci on Jan 17, 2020

  5. The drummer who had the biggest Coc was Don Brewer from grand funk railroad .. He was enormous.

    By Groupie Chick Traci on Jan 17, 2020

  6. Phil Collins was the exception. Very small , such a disappointment.

    By Groupie Chick Traci on Jan 17, 2020

  7. Thanks for another great recording from the master bootleg taper , Mike ( the mic ) Millard . This sounds great , he obviously had a good spot to recount tge audience. Sad about Neil Peart . Believe his idol was Keith Moon and their styles were very similar, especially on solos . From what I’ve read Neil had some terrible tragedy in the late 90s losing his daughter in a car accident and his wife to cancer within a year . His resolve to come back from that was admirable. R.i.P. Neil.

    By Bill on Jan 17, 2020

  8. Hey Anti , wanted to know what you thought of Rush? Was never a huge Rush guy ‘ but have started gettin into them now fuckin decades later . Kinda remind me of Styx back in the day . Guilty pleasure sort of thing . This Millard dude knew how to record a good motherfuckin bootleg. Got several Stones and LED Zep shows from the 70s .

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  9. Jimmy Page used one of Millard’s recordings on an official release. That’s how good his tapes sounded

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  10. Fuck man . I is still pissed off bout Drew Pearson not gettin into the pro football hall of fame. You could tell he was hurt man . Cowboys don’t get to the super bowl in 75 without the Hail Mary vs the Vikings. They don’t win it in 77 without Drew . The dude wasn’t the biggest or the fastest, but he was a great route runner , hardly ever dropped the ball and was clutch especially in the biggest games . Lynn Swann is in from the same era and Drew had better numbers and played longer . I think what it was is that The pokes only won that one super bowl and it was against the Broncos . The Steelers beat em twice in them other two and Swann had big games . That’s why more cowboys ain’t in the hall cause of losing twice to the Steelers

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  11. Same with them earlier cowboys from the late 60s early 70s . Chuck Howley , Leroy Jordan , Cornell Greene , not in the Hall , same with Meredith, . Folks remember them losing them championship games to the packers especially the ice bowl . Then losing them other playoff games to the browns before finally winning it all in 71 . The hall of fame snubs players who get to the big game but lose it . Chuck Howley was all pro six times from 66 to 71 always played great in big games and is the only player voted super bowl mvp from the losing team . He’s been waiting for the hall to make it right for 45 motherfuckin years . He only won one super bowl though and then early voters remember all the playoff defeats . It’s a fuckin team game man . No matter how well you play you gotta have your team mates step up

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  12. Mike Curtis is another player snubbed by the hall of fame . He was just as good as Butkus but folks remember that super bowl loss to the Jets . Joe Namath threw more interceptions than touchdowns but he’s in cause of that super bowl win

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  13. It aint gonna get better either. The hall of fame voters are getting younger and younger. None of em ever saw Drew Pearson and especially Chuck Howley , Mike Curtis play , so more modern coon motgerfuckers like Ray Lewis TO etc will continue to leapfrog the old timers . Many of them voters weren’t born when these old timers played

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  14. Who gives a shit Derrick !!

    By III on Jan 17, 2020

  15. didnt care for rush derrick. not the yardbirds, who, zep elp

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 17, 2020

  16. Yeah Anti, I see your point. I guess Rush is in the Styx / Journey / Foreigner mold. Catchy to listen to in small doses , but not in the Class with Led Zep ‘ The Who / Yardbirds ‘ Sabbath etc . Just a guilty pleasure for me that’s all , like when I occasionally listen to the carpenters

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  17. This recording does sound great though. Mike Millard was the dude .

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  18. Anti , check out some of them Millard recordings of Zep from the seventies. Long Beach 75 , LA Forum June 21 of 77 known in the boot world as listen to this Eddie . Sounds better than them live officials.

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  19. Another good audience recording is from La Forum June 25 72,, called Burn that candle or something like that . Complete show over 3 fuckin hours . Better than that edited How the West was won . Zep in their prime

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  20. Derrick, got a trivia question for you. I know your familiar with the Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus. Guess who was playing lead guitar for Tull during that show. I’m sure all these so called music wizards on this website dont have a clue. We have quite a few music geniuses that know everything

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 17, 2020

  21. Does anyone really think this guy is in Moon or Bonhams class . ? You need your heads examined

    By Pat Grooms on Jan 17, 2020

  22. Anti , was it Clapton?

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  23. I know John Lennon also sat in

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  24. Damn I should know , I’ve got the cd and dvd of that show

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  25. Been awhile since I’ve seen it though

    By Derrick on Jan 17, 2020

  26. not clapton, not lennon

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 18, 2020

  27. Anti, I think it was Tony Iommi but - as Derrick will see of he’s got the dvd - Iommi was miming, he wasn’t actually playing. I think the guitar was actually played by Mick Abrahams of Tull.

    Am I right?

    By Brian Griffin on Jan 18, 2020

  28. Oh, and thanks for the link to the early mix of Master of Reality.

    By Brian Griffin on Jan 18, 2020

  29. Thank you Big O Amigos. This will help me get through an icy weekend in Thompson. Peart will be missed. By-Tor has embraced the infinite.
    Respectfully, James

    By James Smith on Jan 18, 2020

  30. It was Tony , but Brian was right about the miming

    By Derrick on Jan 18, 2020

  31. Brian got it. Good job man.

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 18, 2020

  32. I not sure bout the miming. The story was that the Who blew away the Stones with their performance of a Quick One While He’s Away, Ivor The Engine Driver. The Stones shelved the project until a few years ago. In looking at it, The Who were fantastic with Daltry twirling the mic and Townsend doing his guitar windmills. The Stones performance was very lackluster and listless.

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 18, 2020

  33. Your right bout the miming. Didnt know that was Clive Bunker and Glenn Cornick playing with Tull. This must of been jut after Mick Abraham left and formed Blodwyn Pig

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 18, 2020

  34. Superb! Many thanks, BigO! R.I.P. Neil.

    By Josef (Czech republic) on Jan 18, 2020

  35. Anti , I think Clive Bunker left Tull around 72 or so . Aqualung was the last album he did with Tull . Always loved his drumming style . Great fucking drummer

    By Derrick on Jan 18, 2020

  36. Benefit from 1970 was even better than Aqualung, my opinion. Stand Up from 69 also fucking great . Tull kinda went off the rails after Aqualung with all the fuckin band changes . The became more of the Ian Anderson show . Similar to when Vince Furiner fired the Alice Cooper band with the great Glen Buxon and assumed the name for his self . Now that was a bad move , the original Alice band was motherfuckin awesome.

    By Derrick on Jan 18, 2020

  37. I agree. I always thought Benefit was Tull’s best album.Tull was never the same after Bunker and Cornick left. Cornick went on to form Wild Turkey and is now deceased

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 18, 2020

  38. Thick as a Brick Passion PLay and the rest werent my cup of tea so to speak. Aqualung was the last album I ever bought. The only member that stayed was Martin Barre

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 18, 2020

  39. Benefit was Jethro Tulls best album . Aqualung made them stars , but Benefit was their best .

    By Larry on Jan 18, 2020

  40. Anti , found out Glen Buxton passed away back in 99 . Didn’t even get to 50. Phenomena. To me he made Alice Cooper great . Remember the summer of 72 . Schools Out was on the radio . Glens guitar on that song was fuckin awesome. Saw them early 72 and they rocked . Back then Alice Cooper was the name of the band , before Vince decided he would assume the name for his self and got rid of Glen and every body else. To me a stupid move and showed he was full of his self , big ego . Remember that Schools out and the stones exile on Main Street albums was out at the same time . May and June of 72 . Both was touring at the same time too . Saw stones in Charlotte, June 6th I think . Tickets was 7 bucks . These fuckin days you’d pay 500.00

    By Derrick on Jan 18, 2020

  41. Think Stevie Wonder opened for them . Stevie hadn’t become super famous yet . That would all change soon though

    By Derrick on Jan 18, 2020

  42. Saw Sabbath early 72 too . The floors and chairs was shakin from Geezers bass and Bill Wards drumming. Tony’s hair was long and practically covered his face and he was on fire . Ozzy was Ozzy of course. Fuck music was great back then

    By Derrick on Jan 18, 2020

  43. Anti compare that time to the shit today . What the fuck happened in almost fifty motherfuckin years ? Coon rap shit . Fake music and miming by little twats in short skirts . No fuckin good lead guitar anymore. Fuck man

    By Derrick on Jan 18, 2020

  44. Correction, saw the stones in Charlotte on July 6th 72 . Saw Led Zep a month earlier same place Charlotte. Zeps 72 tour started about a month earlier. Remember at the time that when the stones started their tour , Zep was in the middle of theirs and the stones tour was bigger news at the time cause they was the more famous band . Think Peter Grant got pissed about it cause the Stones started getting more publicity.

    By Derrick on Jan 18, 2020

  45. I agree Benefit was Tull’s best album.

    I’ve never seen a decent live recording of Tull from that time - the boots are audience of iffy quality.

    Also agree Glen Buxton was a top guitar player shame he was fired by Alice.- Welcome to my Nightmare isn’t the best AC album but the guitar on it is great and if I’m right the Alice Cooper band on WTMN included Dick Wagner and Steve Hunter, who make Lou Reed’s Rock & Roll Animal album as good as it is.

    By Brian Griffin on Jan 18, 2020

  46. I think I mentioned I saw Sabbath in 71 and Alice Cooper was the act before them. He did the Ballad of Dwight Fry in the straight jacket. Kept saying I wanna get out of here.. I wanna get out of here. Your right I saw them when Love It To Death just came out. Im 18 and I like it

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 18, 2020

  47. Anti , I think I caught em maybe it was at the end of the Killer tour , late 71 maybe early 72 . Shit a lot of brain cells gone in 47 or 48 years so can’t be sure . Didn’t do Dwight Fry unfortunately. Wish I could have seen em do it . Glen Buxton was one of the best guitar players ever

    By Derrick on Jan 19, 2020

  48. Anti , just found out Cactus reunited with McCarty and Appice awhile back . Maybe five years ago . Some guy from vanilla fudge was also with em

    By Derrick on Jan 19, 2020

  49. Shit man , did you know that Led Zep opened for Vanilla Fudge back in 68 69 before they hit it big ? Man I feel old

    By Derrick on Jan 19, 2020

  50. Zep blew the fudge off the stage every night

    By Derrick on Jan 19, 2020

  51. yeah tim bogert was the other guy from vanilla fudge. I remember seeing that somewhere. Zep opening for the vanilla fudge. No comparison man.

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 19, 2020

  52. Anti , speaking of great concert experiences, one of my first ever concerts was The Who back in 70 . Saw them in California, my mom got transferred there so I relocated. Think it was Anaheim. I was just a young teenager. The did tommy complete , Opened with Heaven and Hell , did a few songs before going thrust the complete Tommy , finished off with summer time blues , shakin all over and My generation. Remember how energetic Keith moon was . Ox Entwhistle never fuckin moved it seemed . Daltry had a fringe vest over a t shirt. They did the seeker that night , one of the few times they ever did it live .

    By Derrick on Jan 19, 2020

  53. One of my regrets was never seein Ten Years After live . Space In time one of my favorite albums.

    By Derrick on Jan 19, 2020

  54. Think Alvin Lee is dead now too . All them great ones is dropping like flys the last few years

    By Derrick on Jan 19, 2020

  55. Anti what do you think of the current baseball sign stealing scandal? Seems stupid to me , but shit , I don’t follow it like I used to . Baseball sorta lost me with all this analytics bullshit . Starting pitchers only goin 4 or 5 innings and all the substitutions . Game ain’t what it was back in the day.

    By Derrick on Jan 19, 2020

  56. this whole thing is gonna get bigger. wait and see who else gets fired

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 19, 2020

  57. never saw 10 years after and never saw deep purple

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 19, 2020

  58. Yeah , just don’t care bout baseball like I did as a kid . Analytics and pussy starting pitchers has ruined it for me . Starters used to pitch 9 innings a game and 300 plus innings a season, also no small ball no more, no stolen bases , Grew up watching Lou Brock and Maury Will so the stolen base was big back then . These days these guys just swing for the fences

    By Derrick on Jan 20, 2020

  59. I never saw Deep Purple either

    By Derrick on Jan 20, 2020

  60. I cant watch baseball anymore with all the bull bout analytics. The pitchers we saw growing UP blow away the crap thats pitching today. KOUFAX DRYSADLE MARICHAL, PALMER, RYAN, GIBSON SUDDEN SAM MCDOWELL FORD. NO COMPARISON

    By Harmon on Jan 20, 2020

  61. I agree with harmon. Your right Brian. Benefit is the best Tull album. I lost interest in Alice Cooper after Schools Out. Their best albums were Love It To Death and Killer

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 20, 2020

  62. Anti , Billion dollar babies was the last to feature the original band , Buxton and company. It was really good too . After that I never cared for Vince on his own

    By Derrick on Jan 20, 2020

  63. Agree with you about Love it to death and Killer , their best albums , Schools out the album was a cut below those other two but still good . The song Schools out is a rock anthem masterpiece

    By Derrick on Jan 20, 2020

  64. Uriah Heep is another fuckin band I wish I had seen

    By Derrick on Jan 20, 2020

  65. Uriah Heep Demons and Wizards, The Magicians Birthday

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 20, 2020

  66. I cant believe I didnt see the Firm with Jimmy Page and Paul Rodgers

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 20, 2020

  67. Anti ‘ don’t forget the Uriah heep album Look at yourself. The one with the big mirror on the cover . Man there was some great fuckin album covers back then .

    By Derrick on Jan 20, 2020

  68. Sticky Fingers with the pants and zipper that actually opened and shut . A real zipper . Who’s next with the dudes takin a leak on that little building. Killer with the snake tongue . Seventh Sougern by the Moody Blues with that barren wasteland cover . The Zep 4 and Aqualung covers with the. strange little men on the covers . List is fuckin endless

    By Derrick on Jan 20, 2020

  69. Not only does music suck today . Coons , queers and Jew bastards. But cause of not much physical media , don’t get them cool album covers either

    By Derrick on Jan 20, 2020

  70. To me the white album cover was cool . All white with just the Beatles engrained on the front in small white .

    By Derrick on Jan 20, 2020

  71. Hey the motherfuckin Grammys is comin up next week . Coons , queers , pretty boys and little miming twats with skirts up to their asses . Who cares bout that bullshit anymore? Guess the so called preppy pretty boy white queers , the fuckin gangsta rapper tattooed coons and the little rich private school middle and high school girls do . Man what the fuck is goin on today. All the great bands wes been talking bout and it’s come to this shit 40 50 years later

    By Derrick on Jan 20, 2020

  72. I’m sure the rich Jew bastards is controlling the narrative. Right Anti ?

    By Derrick on Jan 20, 2020

  73. Derrick ‘ The Jew scum control everything today . All the movie and tv moguls are Hebrew filth .

    By HHH on Jan 20, 2020

  74. Black apes are bad too , but most are stupid like their cousins the gorilla. The intelligence of the Jews make them dangerous.

    By HHH on Jan 20, 2020

  75. They should now call the Grammys, The Monkeys. Full of Jew filth, lil pretty boys, nigger pimps and scum like weinstein and epstein behind the curtain. All the twats look like they are doin the stroll on 11th ave and 28th st

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 20, 2020

  76. The Jew scum are always behind the scenes pulling the strings

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 20, 2020

  77. Imagine all the money these jew bastards are making with insider trading. Just watch the show american greed. every other episode is about some jew bastard doing insider trading, ponzi schemes and real estate ripoffs. they have all the angles covered the so called children of god. they are christ killers. give us barabbas they screamed as pontius pilate turned over christ to the romans to be crucified

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 20, 2020

  78. Right on Antichrist.

    By HHH on Jan 20, 2020

  79. Im waiting for hebrew Mark/Russ to bash us truth tellers.

    By HHH on Jan 20, 2020

  80. I love old rock music too. Did anyone know that Fleetwood mac was a blues band before Buckingham Nicks?

    By HHH on Jan 20, 2020

  81. I did. Did you know that Black Sabbath was a blues band also. They were called Earth

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Jan 20, 2020

  82. I’m not here to bash you this time, HHH. Everyone here knows what you are and you keep proving it on a daily basis. Your hatred is hurting you and nobody else. Your hatred is poisoning your body, your mind, and your soul, and your pain must be very deep indeed if you have to post it like this on daily basis. I feel truly sorry for you.

    By Mark on Jan 21, 2020

  83. Maybe Mark / Russ and Weinstein are friends . Epstein too before someone wacked his Sorry Hebrew ass in jail .

    By HHH on Jan 22, 2020

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