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Scenes From A Memory

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by Cooperman, Apr 17, 2001.

  1. anonymousnick2001

    anonymousnick2001 World's Greatest Vocalist

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    I actually think that Scenes is DT's weakest and worst release. It's hard to explain, but I did find it too long and convoluted with solos and stuff. I much prefer Falling Into Infinity. That one's underrated if you ask me.

    Plus, if I hear the word Victoria one more time I will burst. Listen to the album as long as I have. It will chew your brain out.
     
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    awake, images and words.
     
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    The only phrase that makes me think of Dream Theater is 'Wow, how do a band with such instrumental prowess manage to sound so gay (lacking a better word)?!'
     
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    Ive always liked the song Home scenes from a memory- unfortunately the rest of the album contains tooo much wankery for my taste- and this is done while actually trying to write a actual cohesive album, with a story etc.
     
  5. anonymousnick2001

    anonymousnick2001 World's Greatest Vocalist

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    Oh, Home does own, doesn't it?

    I like the three intro tracks as well, and Through Her Eyes is a great pop ballad. Other than that, I agree with speed.

    However, I friggin' loved Six Degrees. That title track, although even more wankery-filled and meandering than Scenes, is still, somehow, amazing.
     

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