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Progressive Metal • United States


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Dream Theater biography
I. Introduction

II. History
    A. Formation and Early Years (1985-1990)
    B. A New Singer and Success (1990-1993)
    C. The Middle Period and Band Turbulence (1994-1998)
    D. Jordan Rudess and the New Millennium (1999-2006)
    E. The Roadrunner Years and the Departure of Mike Portnoy (2007- )

III. Style, Live reputation, Bootleg Culture, and Conclusion



DREAM THEATER is a progressive metal band formed in 1985 in Boston, Massachusetts by guitarist John PETRUCCI, bassist John MYUNG, and drummer Mike PORTNOY. Since the band's conception, they have become one of the most influential post-1970s progressive rock bands as well as ranking as one of the early progenitors of the entire progressive metal genre.



II. History

A. Formation and Early Years (1985-1990)

Based in a love of the sophistication of YES, the virtuosity of RUSH, and the heaviness of IRON MAIDEN, DREAM THEATER had a desire to create complex, heavy, and progressive from the very beginning. Guitarist and bassist PETRUCCI and MYUNG grew up together on Long Island, New York. After high school, both received scholarships to the esteemed Berklee University of Music, where they met drummer PORTNOY, who, incidentally, grew up in a nearby area. The trio soon became friends and began making music together and settled upon the name MAJESTY. This name came about when PORTNOY described RUSH's song "Bastille Day" as "majestic" as they were waiting outside a Rush concert to open. As the band became more "serious," they went out looking for a keyboardist and vocalist. Eventually the band found PORTNOY's high schoolmate Kevin MOORE to play keys as well as schoolmate Chris COLLINS to sing in 1986. The new 5-piece recorded a 6 song demo titled simply "The Majesty Demos" in 1986 on PORTONY's analog 4-track cassette recorder, making an initial run of 1,000 tapes. The tapes, to the band's surprise sold out relatively quickly, which was aided also by the band's distribution of the tapes to friends, family, local rock and metal magazines.

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The Astonishing (2CD)The Astonishing (2CD)
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DREAM THEATER discography


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DREAM THEATER top albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

3.20 | 1172 ratings
When Dream And Day Unite
1989
4.29 | 2630 ratings
Images And Words
1992
4.11 | 1915 ratings
Awake
1994
3.32 | 1422 ratings
Falling Into Infinity
1997
4.29 | 2693 ratings
Metropolis Part 2 - Scenes From A Memory
1999
4.14 | 1806 ratings
Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence
2002
3.58 | 1676 ratings
Train Of Thought
2003
3.66 | 1871 ratings
Octavarium
2005
3.30 | 1612 ratings
Systematic Chaos
2007
3.43 | 1496 ratings
Black Clouds & Silver Linings
2009
3.84 | 1508 ratings
A Dramatic Turn Of Events
2011
0.00 | 0 ratings
Build Me Up, Break Me Down
2011
3.30 | 831 ratings
Dream Theater
2013
3.47 | 556 ratings
The Astonishing
2016

DREAM THEATER Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

3.67 | 376 ratings
Live At The Marquee
1993
3.30 | 362 ratings
Once In A Livetime
1998
4.57 | 505 ratings
Live Scenes From New York
2001
4.24 | 448 ratings
Live At Budokan
2004
4.46 | 508 ratings
Score: 20th Anniversary World Tour Live with the Octavarium Orchestra
2006
3.59 | 79 ratings
Happy Holidays
2013

DREAM THEATER Videos (DVD, Blu-ray, VHS etc)

4.19 | 185 ratings
Images And Words - Live In Tokyo
1993
4.36 | 395 ratings
Metropolis 2000: Scenes From New York
2001
3.81 | 187 ratings
Live in Tokyo/5 Years in a Livetime
2004
4.03 | 113 ratings
When Dream And Day Reunite [Official Bootleg]
2004
4.29 | 387 ratings
Live at Budokan
2004
3.58 | 52 ratings
A Walk Beside The Band
2005
4.40 | 410 ratings
Dream Theater - Score: 20th Anniversary World Tour Live with the Octavarium Orchestra
2006
3.90 | 141 ratings
Dark Side Of The Moon
2006
4.00 | 77 ratings
Bucharest, Romania 7/4/02
2007
3.43 | 221 ratings
Chaos In Motion 2007/2008
2008
2.38 | 76 ratings
Greatest Hit (...and 5 Other Pretty Cool Videos)
2008
3.59 | 49 ratings
Live at Tokyo Sun Plaza
2009
4.10 | 131 ratings
Live at Luna Park
2013
4.43 | 110 ratings
Breaking The Fourth Wall (Live From The Boston Opera House)
2014

DREAM THEATER Boxset & Compilations (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

4.00 | 1 ratings
Systematic Chaos Special Edition
2007
2.13 | 177 ratings
Greatest Hit (...and 21 other pretty cool songs)
2008
3.95 | 44 ratings
Original Album Series
2011

DREAM THEATER Official Singles, EPs, Fan Club & Promo (CD, EP/LP, MC, Digital Media Download)

2.98 | 35 ratings
Afterlife
1989
3.28 | 34 ratings
Status Seeker
1989
2.87 | 26 ratings
The ATCO Demos
1991
2.90 | 59 ratings
Another Day
1992
3.64 | 53 ratings
Pull Me Under
1992
5.00 | 1 ratings
Take the Time
1992
3.76 | 55 ratings
The Silent Man
1994
2.90 | 44 ratings
Caught In A Web
1994
3.05 | 55 ratings
Lie
1994
3.67 | 631 ratings
A Change Of Seasons
1995
4.00 | 1 ratings
International Fan Club Christmas CD
1996
3.16 | 60 ratings
Hollow Years
1997
3.83 | 35 ratings
Once In A LIVEtime Outtakes (International Fan Club CD 1998)
1998
3.09 | 60 ratings
Cleaning Out The Closet
1999
3.19 | 66 ratings
Through Her Eyes
2000
2.08 | 34 ratings
Christmas 2000 Fan Club CD
2000
1.93 | 34 ratings
4 degrees of Radio edits
2002
3.27 | 22 ratings
When Demos and Singles Unite
2002
3.03 | 41 ratings
Taste The Memories
2003
2.95 | 33 ratings
Graspop Festival 2002 (International Fanclub CD 2003)
2003
3.18 | 45 ratings
The Making Of Scenes From A Memory
2003
2.83 | 101 ratings
The Number Of The Beast
2003
1.95 | 109 ratings
Master Of Puppets
2003
2.76 | 35 ratings
Los Angeles, California 5/18/98
2003
3.37 | 38 ratings
Tokyo, Japan 10/28/95
2003
3.04 | 47 ratings
The Majesty Demos 1985 - 1986 [Official bootleg]
2003
3.71 | 31 ratings
A Sort Of Homecoming
2004
3.32 | 37 ratings
Images and Words: Demos 1989 - 1991 [Official Bootleg]
2004
3.80 | 66 ratings
When Dream And Day Reunite
2004
2.90 | 29 ratings
When Dream And Day Unite Demos 1987-1989
2004
3.35 | 126 ratings
Dark Side Of The Moon
2006
2.45 | 38 ratings
Awake Demos
2006
3.16 | 33 ratings
Old Bridge, New JERSEY - 12/14/96
2006
3.39 | 67 ratings
Made in Japan [Official Bootleg]
2006
3.47 | 38 ratings
Images and Words - 15th Anniversary Performance (Fan Club CD 2007)
2007
4.14 | 72 ratings
Falling Into Infinity: Demos 1996-1997 [Official Bootleg]
2007
3.14 | 42 ratings
Constant Motion
2007
3.66 | 40 ratings
New York City 3/4/93
2007
4.00 | 1 ratings
Forsaken
2007
3.67 | 18 ratings
Progressive Nation 2008 - The International Fan Clubs CD 2008
2008
2.51 | 59 ratings
Forsaken
2008
2.60 | 73 ratings
A Rite of Passage
2009
3.11 | 77 ratings
Stargazer
2009
3.39 | 72 ratings
Tenement Funster/Flick Of The Wrist/Lily Of The Valley
2009
3.68 | 57 ratings
Odyssey
2009
3.51 | 53 ratings
Take Your Fingers From My Hair
2009
3.23 | 71 ratings
Larks Tongues In Aspic, Pt. 2
2009
3.22 | 81 ratings
Wither
2009
3.12 | 46 ratings
Uncovered 2003-2005
2009
2.59 | 30 ratings
The Making of Falling Into Infinity
2009
2.84 | 29 ratings
Train of Thought Instrumental Demos 2003
2009
3.57 | 117 ratings
On the Backs of Angels
2011
3.17 | 75 ratings
The Enemy Inside
2013
4.00 | 1 ratings
Along for the Ride
2013
4.17 | 29 ratings
Illumination Theory
2014
3.00 | 1 ratings
Our New World
2016

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 Awake Demos by DREAM THEATER album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2006
2.45 | 38 ratings

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Awake Demos
Dream Theater Progressive Metal

Review by martindavey87

2 stars As would be expected when any band releases an album consisting of demos, these tracks lack the polished production or finesse that a band like Dream Theater are known for, thus making this one strictly for the diehard fans.

Most of the songs are near-identical to how they appear on the 'Awake' album, with the only noticeable changes being slight differences to some arrangements, lyrics, guitar riffs or keyboard solos.

If you like 'Awake' then it's a nice look at how the songs were originally arranged, and as usual with this band, the musicianship is fantastic. However, because this is nothing more than a demo album, this is best kept for the Dream Theater collectors who need to own everything.

Like me. And my bank account does not approve.

 Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence by DREAM THEATER album cover Studio Album, 2002
4.14 | 1806 ratings

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Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence
Dream Theater Progressive Metal

Review by martindavey87

5 stars And so after the success of Dream Theater's magnum opus concept album 'Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory' comes the dreaded follow-up album, in which endless possibilities usually lead to outcomes that divide fans. In this case, whilst the band had always tread a thin line that equally balanced both the metal and the progressive elements of their music, from this album onwards they would begin to shift more towards the heavier side of things, with harsher vocals and heavier guitar riffs.

Consisting of just six songs which are spread out over two discs (the title track taking up the entire second disc, at 42 minutes), 'Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence' sees the band tackling some serious issues, ranging from alcoholism and addiction, religion, scientific advances, moral dilemmas and mental illness. Every song full of incredible musicianship and intricate structures that flow smoothly without compromising quality.

The title track, a 42-minute piece split up into eight individual tracks, is the true centerpiece of the album. With a vast range of heavy and soft parts, huge orchestral arrangements and virtuoso musicianship, this is a true gem in the Dream Theater discography. And as evidenced in tracks like 'The Glass Prison' (one of my all-time favourites!) and 'The Great Debate', the interplay between all the members, in particular guitarist John Petrucci and keyboardist Jordan Rudess, is unmatched by any other band.

A truly polarizing album in the groups back-catalog, how much you like the metal aspects of Dream Theater's music will determine if you'll like the direction the band are going in from here, and while 'Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence' may not be as highly regarded as 'Images and Words' or 'Scenes from a Memory', it is still an essential addition to any music collection.

 Metropolis Part 2 - Scenes From A Memory by DREAM THEATER album cover Studio Album, 1999
4.29 | 2693 ratings

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Metropolis Part 2 - Scenes From A Memory
Dream Theater Progressive Metal

Review by martindavey87

5 stars They say an animal is most dangerous when backed into a corner, and that could not be any more evident than Dream Theater recording their magnum opus, 'Scenes from a Memory'.

With record label pressure and the business side of the music industry taking its toll on the band (and most specifically on drummer Mike Portnoy) during the release and touring of previous album 'Falling Into Infinity', it was now a time to go hard or go home. Dream Theater wanted to be left alone to write their own music, that would appeal to their own fan base, without the interjection of any record label executives who didn't understand the band, their fans, or their genre of music. It was do-or-die as the band stood on the brink of self-implosion, but they stood tall and delivered an album that is highly regarded as not only their finest work, but one of the greatest albums progressive metal has to offer.

Based around the story of a man who is a reincarnation of a girl that was murdered, and how he revisits his past life in his dreams (or something like that!), the concept is highly ambitious and complex, especially with all the different characters being voiced by James LaBrie. But it doesn't detract from the quality of the music, and with the usual awe- inspiring prowess you'd come to expect from progressive metals most famous band, this is an album where the band fire on all cylinders.

'Home', 'Fatal Tragedy', 'One Last Time' and 'Strange Déjà Vu' are some of many highlights on this album, although it's hard to pick just a few, as the album from start to finish is one giant highlight reel. And of course, the absolute peak of Dream Theater's technical ability, instrumental track 'The Dance of Eternity', will encourage listeners to throw away whatever instruments they're learning as they slowly realize how they'll never be this good.

A record that belongs in any metal or prog collection, 'Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory' started the upward momentum that truly put Dream Theater's careers and lives in their own hands, and has endured as one of the greatest concept albums of all time.

 Falling Into Infinity by DREAM THEATER album cover Studio Album, 1997
3.32 | 1422 ratings

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Falling Into Infinity
Dream Theater Progressive Metal

Review by The Crow
Prog Reviewer

2 stars Bad songwriting, great musicianship!

Falling Into Infinity is by no means a bad album. It's just an unpleasant one for Dream Theater's fans. It has a production which sounds less metal that previous albums, with the guitars lowered and less double pedal from Portnoy. His drums sounds specially bad this time! And while it maintains some of the great progressive moments and the overwhelming musicianship of the band (although I think that Derek Sherinian was too limited for this band) it also contains compositions that are simply obvious attempts to reach the charts or radio stations which are really unfortunate.

The album opens with New Millennium, a strange sounding song for Image and Words and Awake's lovers. It has an odd Metallica feeling and the vocals are also not really fitting. Not a lousy one, but far from brilliant despite its great bass playing. But much better than You Not Me and its horrendous chorus. This song confirms that the voice of LaBrie was not in top form this time.

Peruvian Skies contains not only terrible lyrics, but also a lot of boredom. Only the Petrucci's solo shines here... And what can we find after this solo? Another Metallica sounding riff! What a mess... But not so bad as Hollow Years, which starts like Dire Straits meets Marc Anthony and it continues with the form of a ballad improper for a band like Dream Theater, despite its sweet piano melodies.

Burning My Soul tries to retrieve the power of Images and words, with good heavy riffing. But again, the strangely doubled vocals of LaBries blurred the result. And the drumming sound specially bad on this one! The high-pitched snare is almost unbearable. Hell's Kitchen is an insipid instrumental dominated by Petrucci, but then comes Lines in the Sand!

It starts with chords which bring the film Blade Runner to mind, and after that we hear a great guitar melody and a complex riffs, which together with a powerful drumming make the best song of the album, and maybe also the most progressive. And Doug Pinnick sings in the chorus! What could be better than that?

Unfortunately Take Away My Pain is another bad attempt to create something appropriate for the masses... Just a lame pop- rock song. And absolutely not lame is Just Let Me Breathe, my favorite of the whole album with its funky metal rhythms, energy and complexity! How can the band managed to make such a great song alongside a cruel thing like Anna Lee, which is really boring and bland again?

Thank God, Trial of Tears closes the album with quality, being a long song divided in three acts with another great bass playing and marvelous guitar solos. Another minor highlight of the album.

Conclusion: Falling Into Infinity has its moments. And they are really good! But it also contains a lot of lousy songs from a band trying to be what they obviously not are. Strangely commercial and utterly irregular, this album is maybe my least favorite of Dream Theater, despite having great songs like Lines in the Sand and Just Let Me Breathe.

Fortunately, the band would do so much better on their next work!

Best Tracks: Lines in the Sand, Just Let Me Breathe, Trial of Tears.

My rating: **1/2, rounded down to two stars.

 Falling Into Infinity by DREAM THEATER album cover Studio Album, 1997
3.32 | 1422 ratings

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Falling Into Infinity
Dream Theater Progressive Metal

Review by martindavey87

4 stars Most fans of Dream Theater will know what was going on behind the scenes during the making of this album. If you don't, I'll give you a moment to quickly research it.

Done?

Never mind, I'll explain it to you.

The bands label, Atco Records, had been bought out by the Warner Music Group. The fine people at Warner didn't know anything about Dream Theater, their music or their market, but had only one thing in mind, and that was hit singles. Musical integrity aside, Dream Theater were being forced to write "hits", and it was putting the band in a situation that almost tore them apart.

With all the industry nonsense getting in the way of this album, and with the change of sound giving it a stale taste of a band "selling out" to make a quick buck, 'Falling Into Infinity' often finds itself being overlooked. It may not be as musically technical as 'Images & Words', or as heavy as 'Awake', but this album still maintains a lot of Dream Theater's trademark sounds, but with a lighter tone that might appeal to fans of old progressive rock, or even hard rock fans in general. In this regard, it's actually a pretty unique release in the groups discography.

As always with this band, the musicianship is unmatched. Petrucci, Portnoy, LaBrie (who damaged his vocal chords prior to recording this album) and Myung are all masters of their respective instruments. Keyboardist Derek Sherinian, making his only studio album appearance, may have seemed like an odd choice to replace Kevin Moore, but his style, mixing elements of hard rock and jazz fusion, makes him a perfect fit. And his flamboyance and showmanship really shines through on some of the more upbeat songs.

There's hard rock tracks such as 'You Not Me' and 'Burning My Soul', pop singles like 'Take Away the Pain' and 'Hollow Years', and all-out prog gems like 'Peruvian Skies', 'New Millennium' and 'Lines in the Sand'. With such an eclectic mixture of songs, this really is an exceptional album, which shows a band that can adapt to any circumstance, and overcome any challenge.

 Images And Words by DREAM THEATER album cover Studio Album, 1992
4.29 | 2630 ratings

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Images And Words
Dream Theater Progressive Metal

Review by Luqueasaur

5 stars LET THE LIGHTS SURROUND YOU: 10/10

DREAM THEATER harbor unparalleled potential with spectacular musicians such as Kevin Moore, John Petrucci, and John Myung, whose skills were visible since their debut WHEN DREAMS AND DAY UNITE but uncanny chains were holding them back from releasing their full potential. Finally freed, they translate their potentiality into IMAGES AND WORDS. This record, in particular, is their most accessible, friendly, cheerful and exciting. It's a great introductory tool for metal fans who wishes to embark upon prog. Not to mention its importance to kickstart even harder the prog metal scene, which now reigns supreme.

This album particularly holds a special place in my heart because I was introduced to prog through them and I have fond memories of listening to it. The wonderful amazement it was to first discover prog and a delightful trip I took with one of my most dearest people are two things that come to mind. The excitement and ecstasy of listening to Under a Glass Moon's solo while she slept aside me, after the amazing tour we had... oh, memories.

Their music is highly complex, but in the same time, simplified. It's easy to listen, easy to understand, but upon thorough inspection, a level of intricacy can be found. This, as preliminary material, is efficient. We can't forget, either, the enjoyment it propitiates - their joyful lightheartedness is hard not to get emotionally attached to.

Many of DT's great pieces are here: Under a Glass Moon, with a superb solo by John Petrucci (actually, 'superb' and 'John Petrucci' together makes an oxymoron); Surrounded, with an EVEN MORE superb and also reverberated, soulful solo; Metropolis Pt. 1 which preluded one of prog's most acclaimed albums and features a highly eclectic solo section - including Myung's tapping; Take the Time, the apex of James LaBrie's performance on the album; and the spectacular Pull me Under. Critics like to call it popular but not really that good and I disagree vehemently. It's no different from most other tracks: enjoyable. Deeply.

Two more important highlights that anyone who wants to listen to IMAGE AND WORDS must know: the first is that the songs are generally divided into introduction, verse and chorus, an absurdly long but ultimately pinnacling solo (I'm telling you: these guys KNEW their best stuff was the soloing and they really put their soul into it), verse and chorus again and short outro; the second, is that James LaBrie's vocals - highly criticized, most of the times deserved - fits stupendously. If it was any other, any more or less qualified vocalist, it just wouldn't be the same.

This "review" was mostly a heartfelt praise of one of my favorite and dearest albums of all time, there isn't much new stuff to say about the album which has almost three hundred reviews. If you didn't listen to it yet, damn dude, just do it.

 The Astonishing by DREAM THEATER album cover Studio Album, 2016
3.47 | 556 ratings

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The Astonishing
Dream Theater Progressive Metal

Review by TheMasterMofo

4 stars It took me a long time to review this. As a long time DT fan I had mixed emotions when this album came out. While there are plenty of excellent, standout songs on this double concept album, I also felt like it was too long and had too many filler tracks that took away from the overall quality of the album. Still, overall I think this is a worthwhile album to give 5-10 full listens before passing judgment. Most prog fans understand that not all great music jumps out at you right away; sometimes prog music takes a few listens to fully appreciate what you're hearing. When Haken's "The Mountain" came out, I remember actually being disappointed my first listen, finding Aquarius and Visions to be better at the time.... That feeling didn't last very long as it's one of my favorite albums now. So don't be turned off by the negative reviews of this album until you've given it a fair chance. This album doesn't have as much constant heavy metal riffing and mind-blowing shred sessions as the rest of DT's body of work, but those moments are absolutely still present, just in shorter supply. It has plenty of ballads and soft interludes that, while perhaps overdone, are a nice change of pace coming from DT. This is definitely not my favorite DT album by any means, but it's also not my least favorite. Here's my take:

The Excellent:

The Gift of Music Lord Nafaryus Three Days A New Beginning Moment of Betrayal

The Good: Dystopian Overture A Better Life Brother Can You Hear Me? A Life Left Behind Ravenskill The Path That Divides The Walking Shadow My Last Farewell Our New World

The OK: All of the NOMAC tracks (For obvious reasons) A Savior in the Square When Your Time Has Come Act of Faythe Chosen The X Aspect The Road to Revolution Heaven's Cove Begin Again Losing Faythe Whispers On the Wind Hymn of a Thousand Voices Astonishing

As you can see, there are a lot of songs that I consider just OK... Most of those songs aren't bad songs, they're just arranged in a similar manner with similar melodies, tempo, and lightness. If you take away all but three or four of these OK ballads, suddenly the remaining ones sound a lot better because they aren't watered down. One of the things that stood out to me was a conversation I had with my dad after we saw The Astonishing Live tour in Atlanta back in December (Yes, I'm a 28 year old that still goes to metal concerts with my 58 year old dad, and proud of it!) . He was describing a ballad he really liked and when he described it asking me which song it was I responded with, "Dad, that could be like 8 different songs on the album." With all of that being said, I still listen to the Astonishing on a regular basis because it has so many good things to offer, it's worth it.

I'd recommend giving it enough listens to sort out what you enjoy and what you don't and create a playlist with just the songs you enjoy if you feel like there's too much filler. Some of Dream Theater's most unique and exciting songs in a decade can be found on The Astonishing and it'd be a shame for anyone to miss out on them just because this double album is a little lengthy.

As far as the band members go, James Labrie easily steals the show, displaying a ridiculous range of vocal techniques and notes. He delivers an emotional, inspiring performance in line with how amazing he's been live for the last few years. Labrie gets a lot of trash talking for some reason, but every time I've seen Dream Theater live (The first Gigantour with Megadeth, the Score DVD show in NYC, The Dramatic Events Tour, and the Astonishing Tour) he's been absolutely on point.

John Petrucci is obviously toned down a bit on this album overall, but he still delivers some fantastic guitar solos, both in speed and in melody, and he has some very different approaches to his metal riffs on this album compared to everything else he's done in the past. Hearing Petrucci play some lighter chord progressions and acoustic guitar in general is a nice change up.

One of the biggest changes in terms of sound on this album is Jordan Rudess. I've always preferred Rudess' playing when it's a more traditional-sounding piano style rather than a layered keyboard sound with lots of shredding and bends. Rudess truly shines throughout the entire album, providing subtle but very valuable additions to virtually every single song. This is honestly my favorite DT album when it comes to Rudess' keyboards. I hope he goes forward with the same basic approach and style because it suits both him and DT.

John Myung in recent years has become know for providing a steady rhythmic bass that is so low in the mix that it's often hard to hear without turning up the bass on your equalizer. That's not the case on the Astonishing. In fact, as far as the overall mix goes, I can't think of another Dream Theater album where the bass is more perfectly balanced. You can actually hear Myung on just about every song and he sounds great. The bass adds a lot to each song, especially the ballads where Myung is often one of the highlights.

Mike Mangini is a wonderful drummer and he's had the basically impossible task of living up to Mike Portnoy after joining DT. Mangini doesn't really do a whole lot that wows me on the Astonishing but everything he plays seems to fit the music really well and his rhythm is extremely tight. For an album like this, that's what you're looking for in a drummer.

In summary, this is a good album with some amazing songs, a lot of good songs, and a few songs that blend together. At more than two hours long, it's not something you can just jump straight into and make rash decisions about. This isn't an album for the casual listener, though many of the individual songs would appeal to casual listeners. I can't fathom the people I've seen who say the songs aren't tied together... Almost every song has motifs, riffs, melodies, even lyrics from other songs on the album. It's honestly tied together very neatly musically. The extreme metal heads who started listening to DT after Train of Thought might not be big fans of this album, but I feel like most fans of symphonic or classic prog will come away with great enjoyment from The Astonishing.

 Metropolis Part 2 - Scenes From A Memory by DREAM THEATER album cover Studio Album, 1999
4.29 | 2693 ratings

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Metropolis Part 2 - Scenes From A Memory
Dream Theater Progressive Metal

Review by Modrigue
Prog Reviewer

4 stars THE concept album of the 90's

4.5 stars

After the commercial failure of "Falling into Infinity", DREAM THEATER had to to pull off a major coup to keep their progressive metal crown. Furthermore, the band was lacking a genuine concept album to their discography to enter the prog hall of fame. Finally, fans were requesting a sequel to "Metropolis Part 1: The Miracle and The Sleeper", the most ambitious title from "Images and Words".

All these goals will fully be reached with the sublime "Metropolis Part 2 - Scenes from a memory". This fifth studio opus also marks the arrival of keyboardist Jordan Rudess from LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT. Based on an instrumental demo recorded in 1996, the musicians extended the lyrics of "Metropolis Part 1" to narrate the story of a man though his anterior life, in two acts.

Influenced by the greatest concept records of all time, such as RUSH's, ZAPPA's, YES', GENESIS' "The Lamb...", and especially QUEENSR?CHE's "Operation Mindcrime" and PINK FLOYD's "The Wall", "Metropolis Part 2" literally redefines modern progressive metal and simply stands as THE major concept album of the 90's. The quintet's musical elements such as multiple time signatures, raging riffs, breathtaking soli and typical gimmicks are of course present, however this time with more harmony, balance, richer instrumentation and better flow. Gorgeous!

Act 1 is nearly perfect. The hypnotic countdown of "Regression" and its "The Wall-esque" acoustic guitar introduces "Overture 1928", an instrumental patchwork of the disc's main themes. The nightmarish and aggressive "Strange Deja Vu" is freaking good. Its rhythm changes are energetic and even a little groovy at times. The sad piano interlude "Through My Words" unveils another impressive composition, the powerful and beautiful "Fatal Tragedy". Its horrific atmosphere and multiple instruments create a tragic and thrilling sensation, carried away by magnificent soli. Wow! Great! Also featuring various musicians' interventions, "Beyond This Life" alternates raging darker, floating and funky sections. Unfortunately, the act finishes with the black sheep of the album, which is... a soapy ballad, "Through Her Eyes", the only weak track. Guess we cannot avoid this type of cheesy song in a DREAM THEATER release... At least, its "The Final Cut"-esque introduction is pretty charming.

Act 2 starts with the longest and most progressive title of the record, "Home". Let's go straight to the point: this is simply one of the best prog Middle-Eastern-ish metal piece of its kind, bombastic and epic! This composition represents the style and quality of music you would expect by looking at the cover art of, say, you-know-who's "Powerslave". The theme from "Metroplis Part 1" makes a short incursion. The instrumental "The Dance Of Eternity" possesses a terrifying and haunting overture, as well as surprising moments, such as rag-time, while borrowing some parts from "Metroplis Part 1". We even got a bass solo from John Myung! Yes! After its beautiful piano opening, the enchanting "One Last Time" reuses the theme from "Strange Deja Vu", whereas "The Spirit Carries On" is quite "The Wall"-esque with its Roger Waters-ian whispered vocals and female choirs. "Finally Free" concludes the disc by alternating peaceful and tragic passages. Enjoyable but a bit too long.

Anyway, this was a genuine mesmerizing journey, both nightmarish and dreamy. "Metropolis Part 2 - Scenes from a memory" is DREAM THEATER's magnum opus, transporting you into another - inner - world. Mindblowing, breathtaking, magic, epic, borrowing from numerous influences and various musical genres, this fifth studio album is simply a milestone in the prog metal genre. In the 90's, there are hardly no concept albums that could compete with such musicality, aggressiveness and virtuosity.

The success will be comparable to "Images And Words"'s and will launch the musicians for a massive tour. The quintet's reign can safely continue... Unfortunately their further albums won't be able to recreate a mixture of such balance and quality...

Simply one of DREAM THEATER's and progressive metal in general's best offerings! An ESSENTIAL listen...

 Live At The Marquee by DREAM THEATER album cover Live, 1993
3.67 | 376 ratings

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Live At The Marquee
Dream Theater Progressive Metal

Review by Modrigue
Prog Reviewer

4 stars Short but good

This album represents for me the first time I heard of DREAM THEATER. Recorded at the Marquee Club in London in 1993, the concert was part of a huge tour following the unexpected success of "Images and Words". (Almost) cleverly thought, the set-list simply consists in 2 emblematic progressive metal titles from their first and second albums, 1 new improvisation and... unfortunately 1 soapy song, "Another Day" or "Surrounded", depending on your version... Choose your sleeping pill. Nevertheless, despite the 45 minutes duration, the quality is present.

The live renditions of "Pull Me Under" and "Metropolis" touch perfection. If you want me to nitpick, I will just mention the very low volume of John Myung's bass solo. A problem of microphone? "Bombay Vindaloo" is an instrumental jam led by John Petrucci, where he displays his virtuosity. This improvisation offers a nice Middle-Eastern-ish mysterious ambiance, although a bit too long. Only appearing on this disc, there exist no other studio or live versions of this track.

However, for the fan, the main interest of this record are undoubtedly "A Fortune In Lies" and "The Killing Hand". Finally, two songs from "When Dream and Day Unite" where James LaBrie replaces Charles Dominici! LaBrie's high- pitched and raging vocals does the justice that these great compositions deserve, making them more aggressive than the originals. His performance, especially on these tracks, is incredible! There is also an alternate opening for "The Killing Hand". Entitled "Another Hand", this enjoyable neo-proggy instrumental was written during the tour to bring a smoother transition to the end of "Another Day".

"Live at the Marquee" is simply THE old-school DREAM THEATER live album to own, as well as a good introduction to the band's first era. After the listen, a hopeless and futile idea germinates in your mind: maybe one day the band will re-record "When Dream and Day Unite" with James LaBrie...

 Awake by DREAM THEATER album cover Studio Album, 1994
4.11 | 1915 ratings

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Awake
Dream Theater Progressive Metal

Review by Modrigue
Prog Reviewer

2 stars When Dream and Technique disunite

After the unexpected success of the enchanting "Images and Words", and especially the hit-single "Pull Me Under", DREAM THEATER were urged by their music label to release a new album, more aggressive, certainly because of the recent grunge explosion. And that's exactly the main issue with "Awake": under pressure, the musicians didn't have the required latitude to fully imagine and develop their compositions. So the tracks are cold, darker, complex, maybe more modern, but without a proper soul. Those expecting the magic and fantasy of their two first albums may be disappointed. No problem with that, every band can - and must - evolve, but this time the virtuosity nearly fails at serving a real cause or crafting a captivating atmosphere. As you understand, I was mostly deceived by this third studio album.

However, there are some titles that caught my attention. "Erotomania" is easily one of DT's most breathtaking instrumentals. The musicianship is unbelievable, and this track features an incalculable number changes and ambiances! Great! My favorite song of the record is the multi-faces "Voices", alternating calm, floating and raging passages with cool sound effects. The middle part is an iced beauty... Concerning the average titles, "Caught in a Web" and "Scarred" reminds me, at times, the vanished magic of the former discs. "Space-Dye Vest" has also touching moments.

The rest of the disc fails at catching my attention and at really transporting me to another world. Furthermore, the somber and modern musical direction of "Awake" does unfortunately not spare us a few moments of soapiness: "Innocence Faded", "The Silent Man", "Lifting Shadows Off A Dream"...

"Awake" is definitely not my DREAM THEATER favorite, but will allow the band to confirm its leadership in the progressive metal sphere. Too long, too complex, too cold, lacking memorable melodies, this opus is an example where the means - the virtuosity of the musicians - is used as an end, and not to an end. Nonetheless, the band members shouldn't be blamed, they were pressurized by their record label, which is in complete opposition to their style of music, requiring to "Take The Time" to give birth to. As a result, internal dissensions will appear within the group, and keyboardist Kevin Moore will left the ship. Therefore, "Awake" marks the end of the first era of DREAM THEATER.

"Awake" still remains a technical demonstration and a mandatory listen for fans. The newcomers won't find it very accessible, although there are a few interesting tracks that shouldn't be missed. Not the DT album to start with.

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