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Liquid Tension Experiment


Progressive Metal

3.81 | 392 ratings

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5 stars Hey! This album is really amazing! Done by three members of Dream Theater( Mike Portnoy, John Petrucci and Jordan Rudess) and bassist Tony Levin from King Crimson and many other bands. Well, the whole album is a tremendous piece of work. Everything is just perfect! The guitars by John Petrucci are sublime! Every solo, every note! simply majestic! Keyboards by Jordan Rudess are tremendouslly cool: The harmonies and solos. Fantastic! Drums by Mike Portnoy keep the cool rythm in the band, and they are amazing. The bass by Tony Levin is really cool, it keeps the greatness of the sound of the band, and shines with some rocking solos. Every track here is great. Some of them are continuous progressive heavy metal (Paradigm Shift) with very fast drum-work, cool bass, buckup and sometimes lead keyboards and the amazingly rocking guitars, while others(Osmosis) are softer and more relaxing with soft percussion and keyboards, good bass lines and guitars. If I had to recommend you only 2 tracks, then those would be: Universal mind, and the maravellous epic: Three minute warning( 3 minutes??? really lasts 28!!!!) Well, highly recommended to Dream Theater fans, Progressive rock fans and heavy metal ones, too! MASTERPIECE of instrumental progressive metal!
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