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|2. Overture 1928|
|3. Strange Deja Vu|
|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|
Both their fans and the band seem to agree that 1992's Images and Words is their finest work to date, so it's only fitting that the plot here is an extension of the track "Metropolis, Part 1" from that album. The extraordinary virtuoso musicianship of the band is, of course, abundantly on display again (amateurs can only shake their heads in despair when players this good let rip), and James LaBrie sings all the "roles" with real gusto. With a new keyboard player to fill the talent gap left by the departure of Kevin Moore, and studio production that rightly gives all the individual instruments their due, Dream Theater seem finally to have found their musical feet again. --Mark Walker
All good! Met expectations as advertised such as disk quality and delivered within the time promised. Price was much than commercial store costsPublished 11 months ago by S. McDonald
this album is amazing. I can't imagine going without it. The songs that aren't metal are perfectly timed and long enough to enjoy without cutting into the metal experience.Published on Dec 14 2012 by the-metal
One of my favorite albums of all time! Everything about this album from the concept to the lyrics to the amazing level of musicianship is just mindblowingPublished on Oct. 16 2012 by dmstewart
Amazing CD, one of Dream Theater's best albums. Couldn't find this one in store at like HMV and other places, so I decided to get it through Amazon, and they were awesome. Read morePublished on Sept. 8 2012 by Cameron Naraine
I really like this album! Best of DT!
You have to sit on a chair and listen the whole album. No pause, no stop.
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It is one of the most inspired albums of DT, much better than a lot of their more recent works, which tend to sound like soapy Hollywood drama music at times (some songs on... Read morePublished on Feb. 16 2010 by Sebastien Clement
OMG THIS IS T3H WORST CD EVER!!! IT SOUNDED NOTHING LIKE THE BACKSTREET BOYS OR JUSIIN TIMBERLAKE. omggg!!! WOWWW!!! I LOVE HIM IN MY PANTS! Read morePublished on June 6 2005 by omgomg
I know many of you think this is the greatest album in the world, but don't stop reading yet. I have been waiting a long time so that I could put my feelings appropriately into... Read morePublished on July 17 2004 by Mike
This album and Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence are my most favorite albums; these guys know how to make music. Read morePublished on July 16 2004 by Christopher M. Jones