Dream Theater - The Covers 2 FLAC album
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Dream Theater – The Covers 2. Label: Orange Records (9) – OR 1. Oddly, many of these songs are not covers. Otherwise, it's an OK release. You get the 1995 acoustic Radio Veronica session in the Netherlands, some items from Bruce Dickinson's radio show in 1995 (missing Caught In A Web), and finally some rarer audience recordings. One Of These Days, Vacant, and Stream Of Consciousness are from the Ahoy Rotterdam 2004, as noted, but Hallowed Be Thy Name is from the Milan Filaforum 2004. Reply Notify me Helpful.
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Black Clouds & Silver Linings is the tenth studio album by American progressive metal band Dream Theater, released on June 23, 2009 through Roadrunner Records. It is the band's last album to feature drummer and founding member Mike Portnoy before his departure on September 8, 2010. The album was recorded between October 2008 and March 2009 at Avatar Studios in New York City, where they previously recorded Falling Into Infinity (1997) and Systematic Chaos (2007)
Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory is the fifth studio album by American progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater. Originally released in 1999, it was recorded at BearTracks Studios in New York, where the band had previously recorded their second studio album Images And Words and the EP A Change of Seasons. The album is the sequel to "Metropolis-Part I: The Miracle And The Sleeper", a song previously featured on the band's 1992 album Images and Words. It was the first album to feature Jordan Rudess on keyboards. Dream Theater is one of the most successful bands in the progressive metal industry, having sold over 12 million records.
The definitive Dream Theater album, a must hear for every music lover! There are so many good Dream Theater albums that it was a hard decision but I really had to go with this one. It had the best atmosphere. This album is criminally underrated in my opinion but honestly is it really a surprise that Scenes From A Memory would take the top spot?
The discography of Dream Theater, an American progressive metal/rock band, consists of fourteen studio albums, one extended play, eight live albums, one compilation album, eight video albums, nine singles, and eleven music videos. The band was formed under the name Majesty by guitarist John Petrucci, bassist John Myung, and drummer Mike Portnoy while the three of them were attending Berklee College of Music in September 1985
Dream Theater is well known for being a mix of several distinct "styles". The four most prominent ones are: Metal, Progressive Rock, Melodic Rock and Pop rock. Each album has a good mix of each of the four styles, but there are some which feature more prominently than others. Here I've tried to map each album to the four styles. The following is a table trying to describe each album according to this mix. Discography Studio Album Styles.
Dream Theater is the eponymous 12th studio album by Dream Theater. It was released on September 23rd, 2013. Dream Theater is the second album to feature drummer Mike Mangini, and their first album where he is entirely included in the songwriting process from the start.
Dream Theater is almost aggressively out of fashion in 1999. There was a point where they tried to straighten out their sound somewhat, as they flirted with straight-ahead, laid-back metal on 1997's Falling into Infinity, but with its 1999 studio sequel, Scenes from a Memory, Dream Theater delves straight into old-fashioned prog rock
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|1||Space-Dye Vest (Acoustic Demo Version)
Vocals – Kevin Moore
|2||Tears (Rush Cover, Acoustic)|
|3||The Silent Man (Acoustic Version)|
|4||Lifting Shadows Of A Dream (Acoustic Version)|
|5||Wait For Sleep (Acoustic Version)|
|6||Lifting Shadows Off A Dream (Electric Version)|
|7||6:00 (Electric Version)|
|8||Perfect Stranger (Deep Purple Cover)|
|9||Hallowed By The Name (Iron Maiden Cover)|
|10||One Of These Days (Pink Floyd Cover)|
|11||Vacant/Stream Of Consciousness (Live At Ahoi, Rotterdam 18 jan 2004)|
- Recorded At – VARA Studios
- Recorded At – Ahoi, Rotterdam
- Bass – John Myung
- Drums – Mike Portnoy
- Guitar – John Petrucci
- Keyboards – Derek Sherinian, Jordan Rudess, Kevin Moore
- Vocals – James LaBrie (tracks: 2 to 11)
NotesWait for sleep (Live at Vara Studios, Hilversum, Netherlands, 14 feb 1995
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- Barcode: OR 18