Falling Into Infinity [CD]

  • Artist: Dream Theater
  • SKU: 3216362
  • Release Date: 09/23/1997
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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent album.

    Posted
    Mahian

    I never understood why any Dream Theater fans could hate this album. Yes, it does contain two horrible tracks -- "Burning My Soul" and "Just Let Me Breathe" -- and two tracks that are okay but unremarkable -- "You Not Me" and "Take Away My Pain." The album still receives five stars because the remaining eight songs -- nearly an hour of music -- is truly outstanding. "New Millennium" is an excellent opener, which features great vocals and catchy riffs. Excluding "The Glass Prison," this is the band's best album opener. One of my favorites from the band, "Peruvian Skies" is an excellent ballad that goes heavy in its second half -- reminiscent of the band's last album "Awake." The song features one of the album's best guitar solos. "Hollow Years" is the catchiest song on the album, and it's great -- it's in the same vein as "Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence Pt. VI - Solitary Shell" and "A Mind Beside Itself Pt. III - The Silent Man." The instrumental "Heck's Kitchen" follows, and it segues into "Lines in the Sand" -- a 12-minute progressive piece. "Anna Lee" is another catchy song that features some beautiful piano-playing. "Trial of Tears" is one of my favorite album closers by the band (It's only beaten by the 42-minute "Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence"). It features excellent vocals as well as a very lengthy guitar solo -- the album's best. While I wouldn't say this is the band's best release because of the four songs I don't like, it's still a great album and worthwhile for the remaining eight. Highly recommended for fans of progressive rock.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    this album rocks my favorite song is hollow years

    Posted
    korkster
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    dream theater is the best of the best dream theater seriously knows how to make real music their lead singer is talented and yes hes got one amazing singing voice dream theater should go on tour with such bands as children of bodom slipknot mushroomhead korn metallica megadeth slayer anthrax ac/dc andrew w k black sabbath ozzy osbourne and tons and tons more dream is and always will be the best of the best

    I would recommend this to a friend



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