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Dream Theater


Progressive Metal

3.60 | 1857 ratings

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5 stars When I first listened to Sfam I got a liitle confused because I was prejudiced that DT would only release commercial albums like "infinity". After the initial dissapointment it was only after dozens of listening to the record that I realised the band had created the milestone of metal, a medium of comparison to all progressive releases to come. I confess I felt the same frustration with Train of thought.It sounded more like a Nevermore record with imroved vocals.I have changed my mind since that time.Nevermore could never be as skilled as the New York quintet. This LP is more of an inspirational source to bands like Bizkit or Park rather than a copy of their work.Let's face it: After skyrocketing the rock stock market with Metropolis 2, DT can do nothing less than following a steady course over the clouds where no band can follow . "To those who unerstand I extend my hand, to the doubtful I demand...Listen to Train of Thought!!"
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