Metal, Scott McFayden, Port Credit and me

Far out, man, I watched three Scott McFayden movies over the past 24 hours, all of them on YouTube. Gotta love that. Scott went to high school in Port Credit where I lived; although I didn’t go to that school, my closest friends did, and I may have actually been at a few of the same parties; I may have even met the guy! I wonder if I’d been friends with him how my life would be different now, because he’s doing what I really wanted to do at the time. No matter, though, I’ve done amazing stuff in my life that I’m totally proud of, even if I didn’t get to go on tour with Iron Maiden, or do a documentary on Rush (okay, now I’m getting seriously jealous…).

The movies are good, even if they are filled with a certain kind of wide-eyed Canadian-ness about them. That’s okay, I guess, even if it does come off as a bit naive. Michael Moore he certainly ain’t.

Metal: A Headbanger’s Journey

Global Metal

Flight 666

Scott’s fourth movie is “Rush – Beyond The Lighted Stage”, but that’s not available in full on YouTube. Never mind, though.

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