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Dream Theater


Progressive Metal

3.34 | 411 ratings

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4 stars Not bad from DT, splitting up Seasons was interesting, and the music selection was good too. I enjoyed this album, and though there are a few songs that LaBrie doesn't sound to good, the music is at it's top quality. A great rendition of the early days of DT. If you like the era of When Dream and Day Unite to Falling Into Infinity then you'll find that this album is actually pretty good. They've got a little bit of everything such as Pull Me Under, Peruvian Skies, Change of Seasons, and Lie. They have a cool version of The Mirror called Puppies on Acid, which happens to just be the intro at about a minute and a half. I enjoyed it all the same. 4/5 I'd give this album, it's a good introduction to DT and thier early days. Give it a listen it's enjoyable.
Xeroth | 4/5 |


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