Dream Theater - Octavarium CD (album) cover


Dream Theater


Progressive Metal

3.65 | 1607 ratings

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5 stars This album is realy impressive. After their thrash-style, DT show themselves as high-culture artists. This one is quite soft and avantgardistic but every moment it sounds brilliant.

Root of all evil - 4/5 - Not much prog, but pretty for beginning. Heavy-metal sounding is usual for them.

The answer lies within - 5/5 - Good and charming ballad. I love this style of DT's ballads like that.

These walls - 5/5 - It's more progressive i think then the first track. Good arrangements.

I walk beside you - 5/5 - Perfect song! Prog rules here, it's not pop really. A memorable one.

Panic attack - 3/5 - I dislike this. Too boring for me.

Never Enough - 5/5 - It's better. I like technical manuvers in this one.

Sacrificed sons - 4/5 - Boring at the beginning and not bad in solo.

Octavarium - 5/5 - Fantastic!!! Genious progressive epic work!

Resurrected | 5/5 |


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