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Dream Theater


Progressive Metal

4.13 | 1991 ratings

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CGH Tompkins
5 stars The end is near. After this album DT died, just like that.

This album shows us why DT died: to much solos and no "group" job.

As everybody knows this album has 2 cds, the first one stars with The Glass Prison, a power full and fast song, not much feeling, but a lot of power, then came good slow songs, except from The Great Debate, which, i thing, us too long and hasn't enough ideas to be that long; the rest, goo melodic songs, great sound, and a lot of solos, but still in the place were they should be.

Cd 2 has 8 parts, i like this cd more than the first one, because some songs are really great. The first song is an instrumental introduction, remember me a ballet introduction, i don't know why, but it does that, the next song is really great, the voice catch me, and the music also does, the other 2 songs aren't so good as the previous, i wouldn't keep them in the final version of the album, aren't bad, but the rest are much better; then another good song, but just good, after that a really great song, joining more complexity than the others, but still has the feeling of the album, then a reprise of the second song, faster than that, and much more exciting, great song, the last song is really great, slow, but with a lot of passion, LaBrie touches me, a really good one, a great end for a great album.

CGH Tompkins | 5/5 |


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