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Dream Theater - Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence CD (album) cover


Dream Theater


Progressive Metal

4.13 | 1842 ratings

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5 stars This album has it all. It leaves nothing left to be desired when the final keyboard note is being held out. I'll admit that the first cd in this two disc set leaves a lot to be desired. The glass prison is excellent, but other than that it doesn't really go anywhere. The melodies are few and far between (and very mediocre) Being a dream theater fan, it pains me to say this about them, i say what i hear. But all of that is more than made up for on disc two. It goes through six degrees of inner turbulence in humans:

About To Crash-Spiraling Down War Inside My Head-Vengance of war The Test That Stumped Them All-Deception of fame Goodnight Kiss-Lives Torn Apart Solitary Shell-Feeling The Walls Closing In Losing Time-Losing Ones

These are all brilliantly portraited by the lyrics and the music. This CD (song) contains everything you could ever want from music. Metal, chill, time signatures, harmony, shred, and some good old fashioned rock and roll! This song is the reason for the 5 star ratings, which i RARELY give out, and that is with 4 mediocre songs on it. That alone says something about this work of art. Buy it.

ps, on Score, a live dt dvd/ cd coming out in a little over a week, they play six degrees the song in its entirety. Have you pre-ordered yet?

proghairfunk | 5/5 |


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