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Dream Theater


Progressive Metal

4.12 | 2069 ratings

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3 stars Is not a bad album, but im disagree with the most of the reviews, for me this album dont deserves the name of masterpiece , dont deserves to be qualified with 5 stars, yes, maybe is a good album, and maybe my favourite dream theater´s song is here, Erotomania is a beautiful and powerful prog metal song, thats why i love it, but well, the album has a block of 3 songs called A mind beside itself, this episode of the album is the best pat of it, includes erotomania, voices and the silent man, ( all of us knows very well that song), and i should say, that, that moment of the album is extraordinary, the best, is just what the fans of the band ask for , but only that moment is good, because since you listened the album complete, maybe you´re sleeping or something else, i have to admit... the mirror is a great song too, but the last good song for me, after that, the album is totally boring, must of the people maybe dont like what i say, but all of us knows that is our own taste, and the mine is here and i share with all of you, also i almost forget, the song called 6 : 00, is really boring and a bad bad song to open the album, i think dream theater is one of the most representatives prog bands actually, and i think they has better albums than this. To be honest im agree with the eople who likes and think the best is metropolis part 2.
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