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Old March 19th 07, 11:41 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike
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Default The Liberace mix.

On Mon, 19 Mar 2007 09:12:35 -0700, Scott Gordo wrote
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On Mar 17, 11:36 pm, pauly wrote:
On Sat, 17 Mar 2007 16:56:13 -0700, wrote
(in article . com):

Headed over to Flag this weekend, and I was setting up a mix for the
road. I just got to thinking,"maybe liberace is telling the truth ...
maybe rush is all about him."

Here's the mix ...

(1974) Rush
Need Some Love
(1975) Caress Of Steel
I Think I'm Going Bald
(1975) Fly By Night
In The End.
(1976) 2112
The Twilight Zone
(1977) A Farewell To King
Cinderella Man
(1978) Hemispheres
(1980) Permanent Waves
(1981) Moving Pictures
Witch Hunt
(1982) Signals
Losing It
(1984) Grace Under Pressure
The Enemy Within
(1985) Power Windows
Big Money
(1987) Hold Your Fire
Lock And Key
(1989) Presto
(1991) Roll The Bones
(1993) Counterparts
Nobody's Hero
a. Double Agent
b. Leave That Thing Alone
(1996) Test For Echo
a. Resist
b. Limbo
(2002) Vapor Trails
Secret Touch
(2004) Feedback
Mr. Soul


Lord help us if the center of the universe ever leaves Colorado ....

Saw Rush and Nugent at Winterland must of been in the late 70's or early
80's. I miss Winterland.

Pauly- Hide quoted text -

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I saw The Nuge open for KISS.

'Nuff said.


takes balls to admit that in public


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