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Dream Theater


Progressive Metal

3.60 | 1857 ratings

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5 stars What can I say about this album? It is the best album I ve heared in Rock and Metal in the early 00's! Its a total masterpiece! Many guys dont understand what Dream Team Theater are doing.. DT are experimenting on each album and play different types of music. What I would say and agree with is that TOT album should have been made back in 1994 because at that period DT were about 24-27 years old.. which means that their metal "flame" was more alive and burning than in 2004 were they decided to make this piece of art! But this is just a matter of time not a matter of wok. As a fanatic DT fan and as a metal fan in general TOT is what I ve always expected from Theater to do. I expected them to make a very very very heavy metal album, with music that They can only produce and make us all bang our hands and say : "what the hell is that!! oh God!" Many people in my country which is - no doubt- the capital of metal!!! say that DT are great musicians but they are not that heavy after this album everyone agrees that DT can do whatever they want to do! they dont have to prove anything!! They are the Gods of Rock and Metal!! The only musicians that with different musical instruments can play Deep Purple songs in the same way the original songs are performed. (Nightmare cinema).
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