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Dream Theater


Progressive Metal

4.30 | 2840 ratings

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4 stars Okay... I was in the army, when I heard about Dream Theater for the first time. Our band drummer bring this album to me and say: "Try it!". So I Try... At First I didn't like it at all. maybe some pieces or songs but not so much. But later I found myself listening it more often.

This album has something, some kind of grim atmosphere... Dark and Heavy! Only Dance Of Eternity and Home are good individually, but every song fill it's place at the piece of whole album. ( I don't know could anyone understand me)

occassionally they play too technical music and feels like the difficulty is more important than beatyness. And I don't like LaBrie's voice in high levels.

But Still this is one of the bests concept albums what i've heard!

Toomio | 4/5 |


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