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This is an Enhanced CD, which contains both regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files. Dream Theater: James LaBrie (vocals); John Petrucci (guitar); Jordan Rudess (keyboards); John Myung (bass); Mike Portnoy (drums, percussion). Recorded at Cove City Sound, Pie Studios, Glen Cove, New York and Beat Street, New York, New York between April & September 2003. Limited Asian edition includes a bonus live disc with seven tracks. TRAIN OF THOUGHT continues the legacy of the progressive metal legends, with all the requisite superhuman metallic musicianship that their fans have come to expect. This outing continues in the heavier mode that began with 2002's SIX DEGREES OF INNER TURBULENCE, reaching even further into darker, personal lyrical themes. Guitars are the dominant expressive voice here, with keyboards scaled considerably back from the signature Dream Theater sound. Band members Mike Portnoy (drums) and John Petrucci (guitar) continue their do-it-yourself production approach, opting for recording...
Song List: Disc 1
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
8. Overture 1928 (From Live Scenes From New York)
9. Strange Deja Vu (From Live Scenes From New York)
10. Home (From Live Scenes From New York)
11. Spirit Carries On (From Live Scenes From New York)
12. Just Let Me Breathe (From Live Scenes From New York)
13. Acid Rain (From Live Scenes From New York)
14. Caught in a New Millennium (From Live Scenes From New York)
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Label:  Warner Elektra Atlantic Corp. (Japa
ArtistDream Theater
Release Date:  May 25, 2004
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review by . July 18, 2008
posted in Music Matters
Pros: Fantastic music that demands your attention     Cons: Not representative of the majority of their work, but still some of their best.     The Bottom Line: A deep dark album that shows Dream Theater at their best. A must have for any heavy metal fan.     “ALL ABOARD!!” A voice booms out from the front of the train. “This is your conductor speaking. We welcome you aboard the most unforgettable ride of yours, or any others …
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