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LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT 2

Liquid Tension Experiment

 

Progressive Metal

4.10 | 429 ratings

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petrica
5 stars High quality album and a cornerstone of progressive genre for the period it was created. I have no words after listening because everything is well done and arranged. It is surprising all over the place and this is a quality I admire a lot in music. I cannot choose one song that I like because I like all of them. However my favorite is "When the Water Breaks" a song dedicated to this wonderful miracle of birth. Imaginative, powerful, creative or inspiring are some of the words which are some how synonyms with this wonderful album. Unfortunately it seems that we will not have the pleasure to listen to any future releases since 3 of 4 members are already in Dream Theater right now. The entire album is instrumental but I simply don't feel the need of any kind of lyrics. I'm not a big fan of Dream Theater but I have to recognize the good quality of this release. For me this is 9 from 10 stars but since we can only give 4 or 5 stars I would say then 5. Dream Theater fans will enjoy this but is important to mention fusion, jazz or classical influences(e.g on Biaxident) which gives also a note of originality. I don't feel music boundaries when listening and the musicians here seem to express themselves without limitation of a certain genre.
petrica | 5/5 |

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