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Dream Theater


Progressive Metal

3.60 | 1857 ratings

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4 stars This is, like all of dream theater's albums, great. Some songs are long and boring, but overall, its good.

The album starts with as i am. This could be one of my favorite DT songs ever. It has one of the most pwerful riffs i have ever heard, and amazing lyrics.

The next song is This Dying Soul, which has the 4th and 5th parts of The Alcoholics Anonymous Suite in it. This song is dark and heavy, with a little bit of metallica influence. Great, but not as good as Glass prison.

The Third song, Endless sacrifice, would be much better if it was 6 minutes instead of 11. The middle part is really repetiteve and boring. Other than that, the song is pretty good

Honor thy father. Amazing. Theres an awesome drum part at the beginning, with some good guitar, and powerful lyrics. I think its good, but not if you dont like really heavy songs

THe 5th track is vacant. Piano. Violin. Lyrics. Fun

The sixth song has the piano part from vacant on guitar at the beginning. It is purely usical, no lyrics. It is drug out WAY to much and would be much better if it wasnt so repetitive. Its got an amazing guitar solo, though

In the name of god is probably the best song on the album. its heavy, not slow, barely repetitive, and keeps you listening to it. I lke the first riffs in it. Their good

| 4/5 |


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