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Dream Theater - Distant Memories - Live In London [Live]



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Release date: 27 November 2020
Style: Progressive metal

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Disc I [CD]
01. Untethered Angel
02. A Nightmare To Remember
03. Fall Into The Light
04. Barstool Warrior
05. In The Presence Of Enemies - Part 1
06. Pale Blue Dot

Disc II [CD]
01. Scenes Live Intro
02. Scene One: Regression
03. Scene Two: I. Overture 1928
04. Scene Two: II. Strange Déjà Vu
05. Scene Three: I. Through My Words
06. Scene Three: II. Fatal Tragedy
07. Scene Four: Beyond This Life
08. Scene Five: Through Her Eyes

Disc III [CD]
01. Scene Six: Home
02. Scene Seven: I. The Dance Of Eternity
03. Scene Seven: II. One Last Time
04. Scene Eight: The Spirit Carries On
05. Scene Nine: Finally Free
06. At Wit's End
07. Paralyzed [bonus]

Disc IV [DVD]
01. Atlas (Intro)
02. Untethered Angel
03. A Nightmare To Remember
04. Fall Into The Light
05. Barstool Warrior
06. In The Presence Of Enemies - Part 1
07. Pale Blue Dot

Disc V [DVD]
01. Scenes Live Intro
02. Scene One: Regression
03. Scene Two: I. Overture 1928
04. Scene Two: II. Strange Déjà Vu
05. Scene Three: I. Through My Words
06. Scene Three: II. Fatal Tragedy
07. Scene Four: Beyond This Life
08. Scene Five: Through Her Eyes
09. Scene Six: Home
10. Scene Seven: I. The Dance Of Eternity
11. Scene Seven: II. One Last Time
12. Scene Eight: The Spirit Carries On
13. Scene Nine: Finally Free
14. At Wit's End
15. Paralyzed [bonus]
+ Behind The Scenes

Line-up
James LaBrie - vocals
Jordan Rudess - keyboards
John Petrucci - guitars, backing vocals
Mike Mangini - drums
John Myung - bass

Additional info
'Distant Memories - Live In London' will be available in various configurations including digital only, a 3-CD and 2 DVD multibox, a 3-CD and 2 Blu-Ray digipak with slipcase, a limited deluxe 3-CD + 2 Blu-Ray + 2 DVD Artbook and a limited 4-LP and 3-CD box set. The video components will also feature a Behind The Scenes look at the band as we prepare for the shows!

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27.11.2020 - 15:17
tominator
At best deranged
That's a really ugly cover if you ask me...

Going to give this a listen sooner or later though.
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27.11.2020 - 16:37
musclassia

Written by tominator on 27.11.2020 at 15:17

That's a really ugly cover if you ask me...


It's terrible lol - the robot hands are the worst part but it's just way too busy
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27.11.2020 - 17:36
tominator
At best deranged
Written by musclassia on 27.11.2020 at 16:37

It's terrible lol - the robot hands are the worst part but it's just way too busy


Exactly, it's just a mismatch of different parts from their albums quickly thrown together in Photoshop. Parts that don't work together and make the cover look way too busy, like you said.
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28.11.2020 - 15:07
Rating: 7
doez
Hallucigenia
Written by tominator on 27.11.2020 at 17:36

Written by musclassia on 27.11.2020 at 16:37

It's terrible lol - the robot hands are the worst part but it's just way too busy


Exactly, it's just a mismatch of different parts from their albums quickly thrown together in Photoshop. Parts that don't work together and make the cover look way too busy, like you said.

Dream Theater never really had the best taste in cover arts, just look at A Change Of Seasons or Awake, I'd say their best cover is Octavarium and the art is just big metal balls floating over a plain
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28.11.2020 - 16:17
tominator
At best deranged
Written by doez on 28.11.2020 at 15:07

Dream Theater never really had the best taste in cover arts, just look at A Change Of Seasons or Awake, I'd say their best cover is Octavarium and the art is just big metal balls floating over a plain


True, they have had some really spotty ones throughout the years. There are a couple that I like though. Train Of Thought, Octavarium, Metropolis Pt. 2, A Dramatic Turn Of Events are quite solid imo. But then the ones you mentioned and others like their debut are pretty bad.
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02.12.2020 - 19:23
HyperDrifter

Ugly cover aside, Dream Theater's performance on this is really good. LaBrie singing Portnoy's vocal lines on Nightmare to Remember is really something!
The only thing I would have changed is swap out one or two of Distance Over Time songs for some older songs - Metropolis Part I would have been a fitting encore and a throwback to Live Scenes from a Memory.
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