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Ironhide wrote:
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Utter classic.


Was my fav song too hear while driving in Gran Turismo 3


Definitely agree with that, I always drove far better with that blasting away in the background.

Anyway, here's another awesome Death in Vegas track



That is a really good song great recommendation, thanks :) love how it gradually builds :wub:

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by Ironhide » Tue Sep 08, 2020 3:06 pm



And in shocking contrast



I may very well have been conceived to this song :lol:

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by RJ Badman » Tue Sep 08, 2020 11:57 pm



Heroism. Also I never noticed how big that kid's hands are.

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Not a big fan of their output since Portnoy left, this was probably their last great song.

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by Outrunner » Thu Sep 10, 2020 8:15 pm

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Not a big fan of their output since Portnoy left, this was probably their last great song.


I keep dipping in and out of their albums after my friend pointed out that I can't really call myself a Dream Theater fan since I only own three albums. I struggle to find album that I really 'connect' with though

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by Corazon de Leon » Thu Sep 10, 2020 9:00 pm

Outrunner wrote:
Drumstick wrote:

Not a big fan of their output since Portnoy left, this was probably their last great song.


I keep dipping in and out of their albums after my friend pointed out that I can't really call myself a Dream Theater fan since I only own three albums. I struggle to find album that I really 'connect' with though


Your friend should mind his own business, owning three albums from a band more than qualifies you to call yourself a fan. :dread:

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Drumstick wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDSi02J2CXM

Not a big fan of their output since Portnoy left, this was probably their last great song.

I keep dipping in and out of their albums after my friend pointed out that I can't really call myself a Dream Theater fan since I only own three albums. I struggle to find album that I really 'connect' with though

Which albums have you tried? Is there a song of theirs you could call a favourite?

I'll list the albums I know well with brief descriptions.

Awake (1994) - pretty experimental
Falling into Infinity (1997) - the closest to a typical rock album
Scenes from a Memory (1999) - diverse concept album telling the story of a murder
Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence (2002) - some good/great tracks followed by a glorious eight-step suite
Train of Thought (2003) - closest to a typical metal album
Octavarium (2005) - like a more experimental version of Train of Thought

Six Degrees is my favourite

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by floydfreak » Mon Sep 14, 2020 6:52 pm



saw these at Reading Festival in 07 they had the whole tent dancing it was such a sweat box, Once their set finished we went too see the chilli peppers on the main stage who were boring as strawberry float

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It's like the last 20 years never happened!


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