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James Labrie - Elements Of Persuasion CD (album) cover


James Labrie


Progressive Metal

3.52 | 139 ratings

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5 stars Im happy and sad that this album came up...

Happy Cause This Album is one of the best things that went into my ears and Refreshed them.... James LaBrie has surely outdone himself in that album...even far better than he is in the Dream-Theater albums...Course he's goin Solo...

Sad Cause..i just wish that he keeps that voice for further Dream-Theater Albums... i mean.....i was hoping that this would be labeled "Dream-Theater" cause i personally kinda think of them more as a team instead of being solo...

Overall...Nice Stories...Mixed With Agressive (Quite Repetitive tho...but still gr8) riffs........Nice Drum Bashing (although i miss Portnoy....but its almost like never knowing the difference btween the actual drummer and Mike) Kickass (A La Petrucci) Solos....and Groundbreaking bass....and of course...James LaBrie's Voice....All ended up to be one of the gr8est concoctions ever made...

Hoping that one day....a work like that would actually be labeled Dream-Theater (Cause im hearing that they're taking a lot of sucky reviews from people which makes me sad and breaks my heart cause D-T Litterally Saved my Life at some point in time...and they are also among my top-3 bands ever ^_^) Thank You James For this Gr8 Music....You Rock Man!!! \m/ You Guys are the Best...Keep Your Heads Up!!!! i trust you all

And if that msg actually gets to u someday....hear this....COME TO BEIRUT!!!! I'LL BE WAITING!!!! :P

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