First Ever Best-Of Spanning 1991-2005 22 Songs On 2CDs Featuring Rare Radio Edits, 3 New Re-Mixes, and Liner Notes After recently celebrating the band's 20-year anniversary, Dream Theater returns with its first-ever best of collection. Spanning 1991-2005, the two-disc set contains rare single edits, B-sides, and a trio of new remixes that spotlight that band's nonpareil musicianship, complex arrangements, and amazing songwriting. Referring to Dream Theater's first and only major radio hit, "Pull Me Under," the compilation's tongue-in-cheek title is a testament not only to the band's sense of humor but also highlights the acclaimed New York-based quintet's ability to make music and cultivate a legion of fans on its own terms, without help from radio or MTV. The collection features more than two hours of progressive hard rock from James LaBrie (vocals), John Myung (bass), John Petrucci (guitar/vocals), Mike Portnoy (drums/vocals), and Jordan Rudess (keyboards). " 22 songs spanning 14 years including 3 newly remixed versions of tracks from their 1992 breakout album. " Images And Words by Kevin Shirley (Led Zeppelin). " Divided into Disc 1, "The Dark Side" (metallic) and Disc 2, "The Light Side (melodic). " "The Dark Side" stand-outs include new remixes of "Pull Me Under" and "Take The Time" plus rare single edits of "Lie," "Home," and "Misunderstood." " "The Light Side" highlights includes a remix of "Another Day," an alternate mix of "Through Her Eyes," a single edit of "Solitary Shell" and "To Live Forever," a rare U.K.-only b-side from the single "Lie."