Liquid Tension Experiment - Liquid Tension Experiment


8.6 | 188 votes |
Release date: 10 March 1998
Style: Progressive metal, Instrumental

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01. Paradigm Shift
02. Osmosis
03. Kindred Spirits
04. The Stretch
05. Freedom Of Speech
06. Chris And Kevin's Excellent Adventure
07. State Of Grace
08. Universal Mind
09. Three Minute Warning (Part 1)
10. Three Minute Warning (Part 2)
11. Three Minute Warning (Part 3)
12. Three Minute Warning (Part 4)
13. Three Minute Warning (Part 5)

Top 20 albums of 1998: 19

Line-up
Jordan Rudess - keyboards
John Petrucci - guitars
Mike Portnoy - drums
Tony Levin - bass, chapman stick

Additional info
Recorded September 20-25, 1997
Produced by Liquid Tension Experiment

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20.06.2011 - 00:59
Rating: 10
GroundZero

Great album, you can listen to the virtuosity of every one of the band members: Rudess, Levin, Portnoy and Petrucci. The last 30 minutes song, split in 5 parts, is totally improvised, they know how to jam. If you like progressive stuff you have to listen to this album. At this time Rudess was not a DT member.
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20.06.2011 - 17:13
Yavanna

I think that's a great album, almost perfect
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Carry me to the shoreline
Bury me in the sand
Walk me across the water
And maybe you'll understand
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26.07.2012 - 19:16
Rating: 9
Mehdi Taba
Mehdi Taba
One of the best Instrumental album of all time 9.3
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28.08.2017 - 17:06
Rating: 9
LeKiwi
High Fist Prog
Damn. For an album that was supposedly written in a week(?) it's insane. If it wasn't for "State of Grace" and the jam at the end I might have actually given this a 10.
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18.02.2019 - 13:57
Rating: 9
nonZero

Minus 'Three Minute Warning', this album is a great collection of well-written, well-performed songs from some of the strongest prog talents from the 90's.

With the last track = 8.5/10
WIthout = 9/10
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18.02.2019 - 14:43
JoHn DoE

Written by nonZero on 18.02.2019 at 13:57

Minus 'Three Minute Warning', this album is a great collection of well-written, well-performed songs from some of the strongest prog talents from the 90's.

With the last track = 8.5/10
WIthout = 9/10


some of the strongest prog talents of the 90s and Tony Levin
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I thought the two primary purposes for the internet were cat memes and overreactions.
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