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Dream Theater


Progressive Metal

4.13 | 1842 ratings

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5 stars definitely another masterpiece like Scenes From a Memory. but this was the 1st Dream Theater studio album t00 feature a double disc because of the title track. to this date, the title track is the currently the longest Dream Theater song becuase the title track is 42 minutes long but is split into 8 parts. The Glass Prison: great way t00 open the album and its the 1st part of Mike Portnoy's AA Saga. the song Finally Free, which is off the Scenes From a Memory album has this white sound that continues t00 the song. and around 1:30, all hell breaks loose. its all crazy. especially the solo. an amazing song. definitely one of my favorites on the album and also one of my Top 5 Dream Theater songs of all time. Blind Faith: great song. sounds great. i love the Chorus and the solos. Misunderstood: uh, idk. its a great song but i dnt listen t00 it that much. The Great Debate: a song bout Stem Cell research. it starts off with spoken lines about Stem Cell Research. then the band enters around 2 minutes. thats when it starts getting good. i like how James sings the chorus t00 the song, its amazing, thats why i liked the song. i like the chorus, and the keyboard/guitar solo Disappear: uh, idk wat t00 say for this one. its an ok song. i dnt listen t00 it that much. this is my review of the Disc 1. now Disc 2 Overture: its just an Overture. an instrumental. an orchestra. written by Jordan. About to Crash: another favorite off this album. it starts off with a piano intro by Jordan. then the band enters. i like how James sings the whole song. i loved it 1st time hearing it. War Inside My Head: a 2 minute song. its great but i just don't care for it The Test That Stumped Them All: great song. i like the title. the song after War Inside My Head and of course, John starts the song off with some fast guitar playing. its heavy all the way through. another favorite off the album, Goodnight Kiss: great song. i just liked the solo. Solitary Shell: .great acoustic guitar playing. i like the chorus a lot. About to Crash (Reprise): it starts off with an amazing guitar riff. i like how John plays it and how James sings this one. Losing Time/Grand Finale: its the Grand Finale for a 42 minute epic. i would give this a 10/10.
DiehardTheRushFan | 5/5 |


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