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Dream Theater

The technically proficient guitar playing of John Petrucci elevated Dream Theater to the upper echelons of contemporary heavy metal. While its lineup has continuously evolved, the Long Island-based quintet has consistently delivered sharp-edged music. Dream Theater is known for its high-energy concert performances. While they've released several live albums -- Live at the Marquee, recorded at the London club; Live in Japan, recorded during the Music in Progress tour in 1993, and a triple-CD and DVD, Live Scenes from New York -- they remain one of heavy metal's most bootlegged bands.

Originally named Majesty by Berklee College of Music students Petrucci, bassist John Myung, and drummer Mike Portnoy, the band soon expanded with the addition of keyboard player Kevin Moore and vocalist Chris Collins. Releasing an eight-tune demo, Majesty Demo, as Majesty, the group sold 1,000 copies within six months. The departure of Collins in late 1986 left Majesty without a vocalist, and after a long period of auditioning possible replacements, the group settled on Charlie Dominici in November 1987. Changing its name, the group agreed on "Dream Theater," inspired by a now-demolished California movie theater. Signing with Mechanic Records, the group began working on its first full-length album. Delays caused by label mismanagement limited the group to performing at small clubs and bars. Frustrated by its experiences with the label, Dream Theater finally severed its ties with Mechanic.

This was only one drastic change in the band's course of action. Firing Dominici, the group spent the next couple years searching for a vocalist. The search ended in late 1991 when a demo tape from Canadian vocalist James LaBrie, formerly of Winter Rose, arrived. After flying to New York to audition, LaBrie was invited to join the band. Signing with Atco Atlantic (which came to be known as East West), Dream Theater released its second album, Images & Words, in 1992. One of three videos based on songs from the album, "Pull Me Under," became an MTV hit. Although Theater showed considerable growth with their third studio album, Awake, recorded between May and July 1994, the group continued to be hampered by personnel changes. Before the album was mixed, keyboardist Moore left the group to focus on his solo career. Hired as a temporary replacement for the band's Waking Up the World tour, Derek Sherinian later became a permanent member. His first recording with Dream Theater was a 23-minute epic, "A Change of Seasons," written in 1989 and released in September 1995 on the album of the same name.

Following a mini tour, Fix for '96, the members of Dream Theater separated for several months and became involved with a variety of outside projects. Petrucci was the busiest. In addition to joining Portnoy and keyboard player Jordan Rudess in the Liquid Tension Experiment -- a group that included influential bassist/stick player Tony Levin -- Petrucci played guitar with Trent Gardner's Explorers Club and made a guest appearance on Shadow Gallery's Tyranny album. Myung and Sherinian collaborated with King's X vocalist Ty Tabor in the band Platypus. LaBrie worked with Mull Muzzler, a group formed with Matt Guillory and Mike Mangini.

Dream Theater experienced yet another change when Rudess was tapped to replace Sherinian, who had been fired in 1999. The band released the progressive rock-heavy Scenes from a Memory that year, a conceptual piece that followed the story of a 1928 murder of a young woman and how a modern man is haunted by the crime. It was followed by Live Scenes from New York in 2001, which suffered from an unintentional bout with controversy when its original cover featuring the city of New York in flames was pulled due to the events of September 11. The group continued in the progressive metal vein in 2002 with Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence, followed by the leaner Train of Thought in 2003 and Octavarium in 2005. The live album Score: XOX was released in 2006 and featured the band backed by a 29-piece orchestra. It was followed a year later by the new studio album Systematic Chaos, and in 2009 by Black Clouds & Silver Linings.

Sherinian went on to record as a soloist and to play with a prog and jazz fusion band, Planet X. Petrucci released an eponymously titled solo album in 2003, featuring accompaniment by Dave LaRue of the Dixie Dregs and Boston-based drummer Dave DiCenso. In late 2010, Mike Mangini joined the group, replacing drummer Mike Portnoy, who left the band in September of that year. With a rigorous touring schedule to firmly break in Mangini, Dream Theater somehow found time to record. They pre-released the track "On the Backs of Angels" to YouTube via their label, Roadrunner, in June of 2011, followed by the CD release of the aptly titled full-length, A Dramatic Turn of Events, in the fall. After a period of rigorous international touring, the band took a break though its members continued writing. They reconvened in early 2013 and returned with a self-titled studio album in September -- this one with Mangini completely involved in the writing process -- followed in November with the concert recording Live at Luna Park on CD and DVD, which was recorded during the Dramatic Turn of Events tour over two nights at the Buenos Aires soccer stadium. Recorded live at the Boston Opera House on March 24, 2014, the concert recording Breaking the Fourth Wall arrived the following year, and in lste 2015 the band announced their upcoming 13th studio album, The Astonishing. A completely conceptual sci-fi offering, it was released on January 29, 2016.~ Craig Harris
full bio

Selected Discography


Track List: Our New World (Feat. Lzzy Hale) (Single)

1. Our New World (Feat. Lzzy Hale)


Track List: The Astonishing

1. Descent Of The Nomacs

2. 2285 Entr'acte

3. Dystopian Overture

4. Moment Of Betrayal

5. The Gift Of Music

6. Heaven's Cove

7. The Answer

8. Begin Again

9. A Better Life

10. The Path That Divides

11. Lord Nafaryus

12. Machine Chatter

13. A Savior In The Square

14. The Walking Shadow

15. When Your Time Has Come

16. My Last Farewell

17. Act Of Faythe

18. Losing Faythe

19. Three Days

20. Whispers On The Wind

21. The Hovering Sojourn

22. Hymn Of A Thousand Voices

23. Brother, Can You Hear Me?

24. Our New World

25. A Life Left Behind

26. Power Down

27. Ravenskill

28. Astonishing

29. Chosen

30. A Tempting Offer

31. Digital Discord

32. The X Aspect

33. A New Beginning

34. The Road To Revolution


Track List: The Gift Of Music (Single)

1. The Gift Of Music


Track List: Breaking The Fourth Wall (Live From The Boston Opera House)

Disc 1

1. The Enemy Inside

2. The Shattered Fortress

3. On The Backs Of Angels

4. The Looking Glass

5. Trial Of Tears

6. Enigma Machine

7. Along For The Ride

8. Breaking All Illusions

Disc 2

1. The Mirror

2. Lie

3. Lifting Shadows Off A Dream

4. Scarred

5. Space Dye Vest

6. Illumination Theory

Disc 3

1. Scene Two: I. Overture 1928

2. Scene Two: II. Strange Déjà Vu

3. Scene Seven: I. The Dance Of Eternity

4. Scene Nine: Finally Free


Track List: Dream Theater

1. False Awakening Suite

2. The Enemy Inside

3. The Looking Glass

4. Enigma Machine

5. The Bigger Picture

6. Behind The Veil

7. Surrender To Reason

8. Along For The Ride

9. Illumination Theory


Track List: The Enemy Inside (Single)

1. The Enemy Inside


Track List: A Dramatic Turn Of Events

1. On The Backs Of Angels

2. Build Me Up, Break Me Down

3. Lost Not Forgotten

4. This Is The Life

5. Bridges In The Sky

6. Outcry

7. Far From Heaven

8. Breaking All Illusions

9. Beneath The Surface


Track List: On The Backs Of Angels

1. On The Backs Of Angels


Track List: Wither

1. Wither

2. Wither (Piano Version)

3. Wither (JP Vocal Demo)

4. The Best Of Times (MP Vocal Demo)


Track List: Black Clouds And Silver Linings

1. A Nightmare To Remember

2. A Rite Of Passage

3. Wither

4. The Shattered Fortress

5. The Best Of Times

6. The Count Of Tuscany


Track List: Black Clouds & Silver Linings (Special Edition)

1. A Nightmare To Remember

2. A Rite Of Passage

3. Wither

4. The Shattered Fortress

5. The Best Of Times

6. The Count Of Tuscany

7. Stargazer

8. Tenement Funster / Flick Of The Wrist / Lily Of The Valley

9. Odyssey

10. Take Your Fingers From My Hair

11. Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt. 2

12. To Tame A Land


Track List: Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt. 2

1. Larks Tongues In Aspic Pt. 2


Track List: Take Your Fingers From My Hair

1. Take Your Fingers From My Hair


Track List: Tenement Funster/Flick Of The Wrist/Lily Of The Valley (Medley) (Single)


Track List: Odyssey (Digital Single)

1. Odyssey


Track List: A Rite Of Passage (Radio Single)

1. A Rite Of Passage


Track List: Stargazer (Single)

1. Stargazer


Track List: Chaos In Motion 2007/2008

1. Constant Motion [Live 2008]

2. Panic Attack [Live]

3. Blind Faith [Live]

4. Surrounded [Live]

5. The Dark Eternal NIght [Live 2008]

6. Lines In The Sand [Live]

7. Scarred [Live]

8. Forsaken [Live 2008]

9. The Ministry Of Lost Souls [Live]

10. Take The Time [Live]

11. In The Presence Of Enemies [Live]

12. Schmedley Wilcox [Live]


Track List: Live At The Marquee

1. Metropolis (Live at the The Marquee Club, London, April 23,1993)

2. A Fortune In Lies (Live at the The Marquee Club, London, April 23,1993)

3. Bombay Vindaloo (Improv. Jam Live at the The Marquee Club, London, April 23,1993)

4. Surrounded (Live at the The Marquee Club, London, April 23,1993)

5. Another Hand - The Killing Hand (Live at the The Marquee Club, London, April 23,1993)

6. Pull Me Under (Live at the The Marquee Club, London, April 23,1993)


Track List: Greatest Hit (...And 21 Other Pretty Cool Songs)

1. Pull Me Under (2007 Remix)

2. Take The Time (2007 Remix)

3. Lie

4. Peruvian Skies

5. Home (Scene Six)

6. Misunderstood

7. The Test That Stumped Them All

8. As I Am

9. Endless Sacrifice

10. The Root Of All Evil

11. Sacrificed Sons

12. Another Day (2007 Remix)

13. To Live Forever

14. Lifting Shadows Off A Dream

15. The Silent Man (Remastered Version)

16. Hollow Years

17. Through Her Eyes (Scene Five) (Alternate Album Mix)

18. The Spirit Carries On (Scene Eight)

19. Solitary Shell

20. I Walk Beside You

21. The Answer Lies Within

22. Disappear


Track List: Systematic Chaos

1. In The Presence Of Enemies (Part I)

2. Forsaken

3. Constant Motion

4. The Dark Eternal Night

5. Repentance

6. Prophets Of War

7. The Ministry Of Lost Souls

8. In The Presence Of Enemies (Part II)


Track List: Score: 20th Anniversary World Tour Live With The Octavarium Orchestra

Disc 1

1. The Root Of All Evil (Live)

2. I Walk Beside You (Live)

3. Another Won (Live)

4. Afterlife (Live)

5. Under A Glass Moon (Live)

6. Innocence Faded (Live)

7. Raise The Knife (Live)

8. The Spirit Carries On (Live)

Disc 2

1. Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence (Live)

2. Vacant (Live)

3. The Answer Lies Within (Live)

4. Sacrificed Sons (Live)

Disc 3

1. Octavarium (Live)

2. Metropolis (Live)


Track List: Octavarium

1. The Root Of All Evil

2. The Answer Lies Within

3. These Walls

4. I Walk Beside You

5. Panic Attack

6. Never Enough

7. Sacrificed Sons

8. Octavarium


Track List: Live At Budokan

Disc 1

1. As I Am (Live)

2. This Dying Soul (Live)

3. Beyond This Life (Live)

4. Hollow Years (Live)

5. War Inside My Head (Live)

6. The Test That Stumped Them All (Live)

Disc 2

1. Endless Sacrifice (Live)

2. Instrumedley (Live)

3. Trial Of Tears (Live)

5. Keyboard Solo (Live)

6. Only A Matter Of Time (Live)

Disc 3

1. Goodnight Kiss (Live)

2. Solitary Shell (Live)

3. Stream Of Consciousness (Live)

4. Disappear (Live)

5. Pull Me Under (Live)

6. In The Name Of God (Live)


Track List: Train Of Thought

1. As I Am

2. This Dying Soul

3. Endless Sacrifice

4. Honor Thy Father

5. Vacant

6. Stream Of Consciousness

7. In The Name Of God


Track List: Live Scenes From New York

Disc 1

1. Regression (Live)

2. Overture 1928 (Scene Two) (Live)

3. Strange Deja Vu (Scene Two) (Live)

4. Through My Words (Live)

5. Fatal Tragedy (Live)

6. Beyond This Life (Live)

7. John & Theresa Solo (Live)

8. Through Her Eyes (Live)

9. Home [Scene Six] (Live)

10. The Dance Of Eternity (Live)

Disc 2

1. One Last Time (Live)

2. Scene Eight: The Spirit Carries On (Live)

3. Finally Free (Live)

4. Metropolis Part 1 (Live)

5. The Mirror (Live)

6. Just Let Me Breathe (Live)

7. Acid Rain (Live)

8. Caught In A New Millenium (Live)

9. Another Day (Live)

10. Jordan Rudess Keyboard Solo (Live)

Disc 3

1. A Mind By Itself 1. Erotomania (Live)

2. II. Voices (Live)

3. III. The Silent Man (Live)

4. Learning To Live (Live)

5. A Change Of Season (Live)


Track List: Metropolis Pt.2: Scenes From A Memory

4. Through My Words

5. Fatal Tragedy

6. Beyond This Life

7. Through Her Eyes

9. The Dance Of Eternity

10. One Last Time

11. The Spirit Carries On

12. Finally Free


Track List: Once In A Livetime (Live)

Disc 1

1. A Change Of Seasons I: The Crimson Sunrise (Live)

2. A Change Of Seasons II: Innocence (Live)

3. Puppies On Acid (Live)

4. Just Let Me Breathe (Live)

5. Voices (Live)

6. Take The Time (Live)

7. Derek Sherinian Piano Solo (Live)

8. Lines In The Sand (Live)

9. Scarred (Live)

10. A Change Of Seasons IV: The Darkest Of Winters (Live)

11. Ytse Jam (Live)

12. Mike Portnoy Drum Solo (Live)

Disc 2

1. Trial Of Tears (Live)

2. Hollow Years (Live)

3. Take Away My Pain (Live)

4. Caught In A Web (Live)

5. Lie (Live)

6. Peruvian Skies (Live)

7. John Petrucci Guitar Solo (Live)

8. Pull Me Under (Live)

9. Metropolis (Live)

10. Learning To Live (Live)


Track List: Falling Into Infinity

1. New Millennium

2. You Not Me

3. Peruvian Skies

4. Hollow Years

5. Burning My Soul

6. Hell's Kitchen

7. Lines In The Sand

8. Take Away My Pain

9. Just Let Me Breathe

10. Anna Lee

11. Trial Of Tears


Track List: A Change Of Seasons

1. A Change Of Seasons

2. Funeral For A Friend / Love Lies Bleeding (Live)

3. Perfect Strangers (Live)

4. The Rover / Achilles Last Stand / The Song Remains The Same (Live)

5. The Big Medley (Live)


Track List: Awake

1. 6:00

2. Caught In A Web

3. Innocence Faded

4. Erotomania

5. Voices

6. The Silent Man

7. The Mirror

8. Lie

9. Lifting Shadows Off A Dream

10. Scarred

11. Space-Dye Vest


Track List: Images And Words

1. Pull Me Under

2. Another Day

3. Take The Time

4. Surrounded

5. Metropolis-Part I: The Miracle And The Sleeper

6. Under A Glass Moon

7. Wait For Sleep

8. Learning To Live


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Sounds like a symphony.
Great musicianship .
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What I find exemplary of this group and of Petrucci is the variation; music needs at least two intertwining themes. The old four chord thing doesn't make for intelligent listening, i.e. Buckethead. He's a great guitar player but reliant on a repetitive four chord theme too much, with the only perceived change being the lead shreds. It becomes annoying.
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Maybe Geddy and Alex could hire Portnoy and wear him out like they did Peart. They could call themselves PRUSH!
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I think it 's laughable that they build Dream theater's bio on only the back of John Petrucci? Mike Portnoy was the heart, brains and muscle of this band. It has suffered severely with the loss of the world's number two drummer. (Now number one with Peart's retirement). I hoped that DT could remain as proficient as before but after linking the newer album's best songs in my DT five star play list the new stuff just does not hold up (>>I skip and >>I skip over and over.... So Sad.
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It can't be all the new guy's fault. Dream Theater by Dream Theater is my favorite DT album.
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Last song I heard was some sort of hack job remake off of Metropolis Pt. 2 - It was totally sub par for this amazing band. I hope that it is either changed back, or maybe a more suitable remake is possible.
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Sick band
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This album is the most epic one of all from start to finish.. hands down
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I absolutely LOVE Dream Theater!!! My favorite band by a long shot.
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The best band ever!
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Strange how DT became a one hit wonder band.
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Octavarium - this song always thrills me like no other. 30 minutes of musical nirvana, including the most profound ending I've ever heard.
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Is there a hint of remix/record i n g of the older tracks so that the DT fans are eased into the post Portnoy mix?
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I would like to make a special request of putting DT’s album Live at the Marquee on Pandora. It is highly underrated.
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Could we get the Dream Theater Official Bootlegs on Pandora? I'd love to have it in the mix.
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Really like Dream Theatre the ROCK !!!
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The best band by FAR this is what they should be teaching up and coming young bands on how to keep things going no matter what and allways evolve
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Long stories entertained with music ., great songs ., wish portnoy was still with them the true dream theatre lineup
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The Crimson sunrise , the Crimson sunset , bad a**
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Anyone can say what they may about DT good or bad but nobody's ever going too surpass there level of accomplishme n t , thank you for DT they always make my day
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The Astonishing is very good........ y e t . . . . . . . I saw them live in Baltimore 3 days ago, and they did the whole thing with the story relived on stage. Unbeleivable ! ! ! ! ! ! It was fantastic. A standing ovation after every song!! A must see. One of the best shows I've ever seen. I was 'astonished' !
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Thank God Pandora isn't playing anything off their new album The Astonishing.
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I imagine lights flashing green Lawns strippers dancing I love yesterday
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This is how my ex looks at things in life
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100% amazing
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Discovered DT when I bought,When Day and Dream Unite 2 weeks after it came out. I bought on vinyl!!! Been in love ever since. The new one is great! Seeing them in Baltimore in April. Seen them 5 times so far. It's a shame more people don't have the brains or the heart to understand the beauty of their music....... . . .

K. Scherlinsky
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They put on a great show and have incredible sound. First time I saw them live was when Scenes came out. Been a fan for a long time and now the Astonishing. Can't wait for the tour.
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I don't think I could ever get enough of this particular song Lines In the Sand. Interestingl y , people didn't think this record was up to Dream Theater's usual standards. They said it was scaled down for radio. I thought then (1997) and now that this record kicks a**.
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The Count of Tuscany is the greatest song ever recorded. This band is on a level of it's own. The lyrics, instrumental s , vocals; from top to bottom no one even compares to DT!
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portnoy was not only a drummer.. he had more than a great input in each and every song starting from composition to back vocal.. and obviously i will not forget the friendship of petrucci and portnoy as bandmate.. i still remember the video of l y friendship they had..
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I have an idea! Dream Theater with hands down the best drummer in progressive rock, Gavin Harrison! Now THAT would be intense. He would bring a feel to the table that could really reignite the musical direction of DT. IMHO of course.
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Without a doubt DT is my favorite band.
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afmedic7074 seems to not be the brightest lightbulb in the pack. Protip: The type of guitar and the type of drum are spelled the same way as the fish.
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I hope that Dream Theater becomes second to none in music history.
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six string base, sheesh, three bases in Pornoy's drum kit, one of the best drummers ever. Can't forget Rush's drummer Peart,,,,,,W h o said Perfect Strangers was not good. Gee's,,,,,,, , , , s a w Purple since it's conception. I'm old, like I said. I was on my way to VN, when I heard Machine Head,,,,,,,, d a m n ! ! !
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All time favorite band,,,,,,ab s o l u t e ! ! ! ! and I'm OLD!!!!!
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Bhuler said that dt was 2nd only to RUSH. i was agreeing with the sentiment when Rush Cygnus X1 started playing. DT is good. No, DT is freakishly good. Rush is three guys, with blood, sweat, tears literally, and "lots of practice" invested in playing their hearts out and they still manage to get an analog old school sound for their efforts. Technically incredible, but still human. Peart, a scholarly lyricist, who never seems to forget to pay homage to those who came before. No matter how tec
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My 7yr old tells me Dream Theater is his favorite band. He's got good taste!
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Prayin' that the drums don't sound like a drum machine like how they sound on Dream Theater by Dream Theater. Let the music breath guys! - Ok? Perfect sounding is not necessarily better.
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The new album...Soon I hope.
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The following is a several month gap in DT tour dates...I bet we can expect a new album to come from this break on the road.
Aug 2
Radio City South Park
Helsinki, Finland
Jan 15
Coliseu Do Porto
Porto, Portugal
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The albums I want to hear most are missing. Those would be Live at Luna Park, Chaos in Motion, and Breaking the Fourth Wall. Glad to see Live at Budokan. I wouldn’t mind hearing Live Scenes from New York again even though I am familiar with it.
Images and Words: Live in Tokyo is really good, but also missing. Then, there are always the Official Bootlegs.
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Perfect Strangers Perfect Rock Song
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For me to imagine a world without DT...Well let's just put it this way - It would be hard to imagine!
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Listening to 6:00. Awake is definitely one of their best albums.
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I am not sure, but I feel like since Portnoy left, DT has lost a lot of speed in the USA. This popularity dip does not surprise me, but I think it was time. For us long time listeners, IMHO Portnoy had been the show, but his beats were becoming increasingly stale and predictable.
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Endless Sacrifice may be the best track off of Train of Thought.
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Come on DT, where are Breaking the Fourth Wall, Live at Luna Park, and Chaos in Motion 2007-2008? – I am willing to wait forever, unless I win the lottery.
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After DT is through with their 2015 summer tour, if we are lucky, then maybe we'll get another studio album out of them. Keep up the hope!
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