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Album Features
UPC:075596274227
Artist:Dream Theater
Format:CD
Release Year:2002
Record Label:EastWest
Genre:Hard Rock, Rock & Pop
Number Of Discs:2

Track Listing
DISC 1:
1. The Glass Prison: Reflection / Restoration / Revelation
2. Blind Faith
3. Misunderstood
4. The Great Debate
5. Disappear

DISC 2:
1. Overture
2. About to Crash
3. War Inside My Head
4. The Test That Stumped Them All
5. Goodnight Kiss
6. Solitary Shell
7. About to Crash (Reprise)
8. Losing Time/Grand Finale

Details
Playing Time:96 min.
Producer:Mike Portnoy, John Petrucci
Distributor:WEA (Distributor)
Recording Type:Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:n/a

Album Notes
Dream Theater: James LaBrie (vocals); John Petrucci (guitar, background vocals); Jordan Rudess (keyboards); John Myung (bass); Mike Portnoy (drums, percussion, background vocals).Additional personnel: Howard Portnoy (percussion).Recorded at Bear Tracks Studios and Little Bear Studios, Suffern, New York between March & August 2001.On this, Dream Theater's seventh studio effort, the heavier elements of the band's music come to the forefront. Although the masterful balance of rhythmic interplay, jazzy arrangement, and catchy melodies is ever-present on this two-disc offering, the strong, crunchy guitar sound and powerhouse percussion are pushed more into prominence, helped along by the crystal clear production of drummer Mike Portnoy and guitarist John Petrucci. The first disc is comprised of five tracks, averaging about 10 minutes each and the second disc is a 42-minute opus complete with overture and finale. The length of the songs, rather than being a hindrance, allows for both a sense of completeness and an improvisational element to the tracks, making them fun to listen to.The virtuoso skills of each instrumentalist are shown in running keyboard lines, pounding bass lines, and finger-twisting guitar solos. This mastery is expressed even more through the control heard in the slow, moving moments, especially the disc one closer "Disappear." Vocalist James Labrie solidifies his status as one of progressive metal's finest voices, hammering home strong, mid-range vocal lines with comfort and feeling. Definitely a worthy listening experience.

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Created: 01/04/07

Epitome of Progressive music

DT is my favourite band so I'll try to write this without bias (if thart's possible!). The title track on this album is also the albums title. Fact, it takes up the entire second disc. DT is known for lengthy and complicated overtures that leaves many of the best in the music world scratching their heads as to how they composed and played the composition.
What I like about this particular release is the first disc offers "relatively" normal songs if not a bit long in running time for listeners who are buying prog. music or DT for the first time. The songs that standout are, "Misunderstood", "The Glass Prison", and "Disappear". They are rather hard at times but juxtapose the quiter more reflective moments all that much fiercer (espacially on "Disappear"). The other thing about this first disc is that despite running times of 10-12 minutes, once you're listening to the song, the time really slips by almost un-noticed. A prime example I believe in the strength of the music writing.
The second disc is all one song split into 8 segments that all run into one another, much like what Pink Floyd does on some of their stuff. The second disc ranges CONSIDERABLY in terms of hard rock to orchestral to folk influences and styles. It's alomost like an E.P. all onto itself. "Solitary Shell", and "The Test that Stumped them All" are the stand-outs.
I wouldn't say this is the best release from DT to listen to for beginners but it is definately one of the best examples of what they're capable of.
-Skasgaard

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Created: 08/07/09

The heaviest offering by prog./metal masters

This is a great cd but at times its a bit heavy for no particular reason for my tastes. I own all of Dream Theater's material and this is one of the releases that I play the least. Still with that said this is far better than almost anything else coming out of the modern prog. rock/metal crowd over the past decade (except for Spock's Beard & Mars Volta), Mike Portnoy is a master on the drum kit, and the percussion is very powerful on this for sure. If your just looking into Dream Theater I'd recommend you pass this one up for now and look into either the new release "Black Clouds & Silver Linings" or "Octovarium" for an even better taste of the band. If your more familiar with the band or if you enjoy a heavier sound then maybe you will enjoy this title just a bit more than I happen to. Either way, its Dream Theater, you can't really go wrong because they rock!

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Created: 03/04/09

One of the best albums of the decade

This is the second best album by Dream Theater and I haven't got around to the first cd !! Close behind Scenes from a Memory this album is dramatic, disturbing, beautiful and emotional. Guitar work by Petrucci is very melodic and thankfully stays pretty reserved compared to some other Dream Theater stuff. Not an overabundance of shredding which can get pretty tiresome at times.

I have listened to the second cd at least twelve times and it is one of few cd's I can hear back to back and still find interesting parts that I didn't notice before. Proggish yes, but light years ahead of 95 % of the hard rock bands out there.

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Created: 12/09/11

A very Stimulating expierience

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence was somewhat of a Transitional Album for Dream Theater. it featured many various sound effects and voice overs. There are Six tracks on this 2 CD set featuring the 42 Minute title track. This Album is just shy of being a Masterpiece, And i would strongly reccomend buying this Album.

Highlights on this Album include The Glass Prison. Which is a Total Triumph for the Band, And it's one of the Greatest pieces the Band has ever written.

Blind Faith, Which is another exciting uptempo Rocker. And the Groovin About to Crash Reprise.

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Created: 05/27/10

Best CD

This is without a doubt one of the best CDs released by this band. You have the awesomeness of Dream Theater on one cd and the incredibility of their writing ability as the 42 minute title track suite is phenomenal. Anyone that has not listened to this album has not listened to Progressive Metal at it's best.

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