He says that 2112 was based on The Fountain by Ann Land (it's based on Anthem by her), he gets the lyrics to Circumstances backwards, and on the bonus disk he says Cygnus X-1 is on Hemispheres (it's on A Farewell To Kings).
I may be a real Rush Geek to notice this, but if you're gonna make comments for the documentary, you should get it right!
After it was all said and done however, I still thought SB added a lot with his comments and general attitude toward Rush. I'm no fan of his or of hair metal in general, but he added just as much as anyone else did. Except for maybe Jack Blech, er, Black. I could do without anything from him.
And, yeah. Careful when you get on the internet and dog up someone only to make a similar mistake yourself!
Lol. I meant Ayn Rand. You guys got me on that one. And I liked Sebastian Bach's enthusiasm for Rush too. It's just funny that he messed up all the facts. I thought Jack Black and most of the other commentators were great too.
Well if you want to be nit-picky, Cygnus X-1 was in both farewell to kings and hemispheres. Cygnus X-1 Book I was in farewell to kings and Cygnus X-1 Book II was in hemispheres (and is one of my all time favorites). Just throwin that in there. And maybe he was thinking of The Fountain from Caress of Steel at the time? Slip of the tongue? Idk.