HEAVY Roots – Dream Theater

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Written by Matt Boltz

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“Majesty” (Pre-Dream Theater)

(1985-1988)

Hailing from Long Island, New York the power metal outfit known as Majesty turned heads with their progressive musicianship since their formations in 1985. Chris Collins originally fronted the group, before joining Oblivion Knight the same year in 1986. Charlie Dominici replaced Collins and the band changed their name to Dream Theater in 1988.

 

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Dream Theater (Pre-LaBrie)

“When Day and Dream Unite”

(1989)

Dream Theater released their debut with the same line-up from Majesty. It was the last recording with Dominici who went on to concentrate on his solo band Dominici. The album was released on Mechanic Records and featured the line-up of guitarist John Petrucci, bassist John Myung, drummer Mike Portnoy and keyboardist Kevin Moore, who joined Dominici.

 

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“IMAGES AND WORDS”

(1992)

Vocalist James LaBrie replaced Dominici making his debut studio recording with the band. Singles for the album included Pull Me Under and Another Day. Under A Glass Moon was a highlight and remains to be a crowd favourite.

 

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“Awake”

(1994)

The follow-up unleashed three singles in the form of Caught in a Web, The Silent Man and Lie. LaBrie’s second release received critical acclaim keeping the same line-up.

 

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“A Change of Seasons EP”

(1995)

Derek Sherinian replaced Moore on keyboards for the EP which was released a year after, joining the band in 1994.  Sherinian would stay with the band until 1999.

 

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Falling into Infinity

(1997)

Two singles were released for the following LP which included Hollow Years and You Not Me. It would be the final full-length to feature  Sherinian. Two albums worth of material were recorded although it was decided only one would be appropriate. The title of the follow-up LP would be the name of one of the tracks that wouldn’t fit on the album that being, Metropolis Pt. 2.

 

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Metropolis Pt.2: Scenes From A Memory

(1999)

The debut for current keyboardist Jordan Rudess featured the single Through Her Eyes and fan favourites such as Strange Deja Vu and The Dance of Eternity.

 

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Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence

(2002)

The concept album made up two discs featuring five tracks which come up to less than an hour in length and the second disc making up eight parts of the title track Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence. The album has similarities to Tool in part with the use of samples and ultimate prog bliss with track standout The Glass Prison.

 

 

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Train of Thought

(2003)

Concentrating on the heavier side of the spectrum Dream Theater achieved success promoting most of the album in Japan with The Live at Budokan DVD (2004). Tracks such as the Metallica thrash similarities of As I Am, below proves the band definitely achieved what they set out for.

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Octavarium

(2005)

The twelfth studio album was the last on Arista Records and the last recording at The Hit Factory in New York City. The inspiration behind the record and the album’s title was due to the creative concept of the musical octave, making it a classic Dream Theater composition.

 

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Systematic Chaos

(2007)

The debut on Roadrunner Records was recorded at Avatar Studios in New York City. The album received critical acclaim with Dream Theater regarded as one of the most consistent progressive metal bands by Jon Eardley from MetalReview.com. Singles included Forsaken and Constant Motion.

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Black Clouds & Silver Lining

(2009)

As the second release on Roadrunner, it was the last to feature drummer and founding member Portnoy. It featured singles for Wither and A Rite of Passage.

 

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A Dramatic Turn of Events

(2011)

The debut for present drummer Mike Mangini (Annihilator, Extreme, Steve Vai, James LaBrie) featured the singles On the Back of Angels and Build Me Up, Break Me Down. The album was written, recorded, mixed, and mastered at Cove City Sound Studios in Long Island, New York. It was produced by John Petrucci and mixed by Andy Wallace.

 

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Dream Theater

Resigned to Roadrunner Records on its twelfth release, the self-titled album was the second offering from Mangini, which showed that the man fits in well and was a beast behind the kit.
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The Astonishing

(2016)

The most recent record is another concept album with Act 1 and Act 2. Keeping the same line-up it was recorded at Cove City Sound Studios, Glen Cove, New York. Mixing and sound engineering were performed by the band’s longtime collaborator, Richard Chycki, with Petrucci producing. It featured The Gift of Music and the single Our New World.

 

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Dream Theater “Images, Words & Beyond’ Australian Tour

 

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