Biggest regret or disappointment
By - daryllhurst
I'm just disappointed that clockwork angels was never made into a movie. I've been to many shows, but I wish this masterpiece was a flick
I’d add that a disappointment would be the master tracks for Permanent Waves being lost or destroyed and not being able to hear Natural Science in a 5.1 mix.
>My biggest disappointment is not having an official video release of 2112 from the T4 E tour. Think about it, those who saw that tour were the ONLY people who witnessed 2112 in its entirety. The mess up with the video footage was such a hard pill to swallow as a fan back when we heard they weren't able to release anything official.
There is an official release on the bonus disc of the R40 box set compiling several Rush concert videos
I totally forgot about that release. I never bought the box set and while I did watch the videos on YouTube, I forgot they released it. Problem solved I suppose.
My biggest disappointment was the last time I saw them (Portland, OR R40) the sound was inexcusably bad. I have seen tons of concerts in arenas and that show had the worst sound ever. It was as if the sound guy had no idea what he was doing. It wasn’t just me. I overheard others talk about it too.
Seems an anomaly. They would have used their sound guy. Maybe a fill-in FOH engineer, venue not being familiar to sound guys (probably not considering todays sound systems are pretty much designed to encompass most modern venues).
Im not saying you’re wrong but I would think you’re in the minority when it comes to unfortunate audio experiences with Rush.