A Change of Seasons EP
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First and foremost, it's important to explain that this album is split directly into two sections. The first is the title track, a monster song of epic proportions that spans over 20 minutes, each minute packed to it's stitching with emotion, sentiment, and magnificent musical works. As always, the vocal work in Dream Theater is magnificent - nearly as unbelievable as the melodic bass.
The second section is devoted to four live tracks. Top marks here go to 'Big Medley', and 'Love Lies Bleeding', two tracks that show DT's full potential and simply have to be heard to be believed.
In recent years, with their albums "Train Of Thought" and "Six Degrees of Inner Turbulance", DT seems to be struggling to keep the full pelt from these three albums. But we shouldn't be worried, they've got years ahead of them yet, and we've got this magnificent album to enjoy forever. Just buy it already!
Their version of Perfect strangers is in some ways an odd choice , but they deliver it well (in fact better perhaps than the original). The Led Zep medley is probably the weakest section though Petrucci's guitar sound is the culprit here. The Big Medley is the most fun and a good closer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The more I hear this group the more I like, started with the 10 album box set for £20 and can recommend these to anyone who likes progressive rock. Read morePublished 12 months ago by A. J. Harknett
Great album.Excellent playing skills and the covers are really powerful. Very enjoyable.Published 19 months ago by A. W. Charkewycz
A brilliant combination of a long original song and a very original selection of cover songs (Genesis, Kansas, Deep Purple and others)Published 21 months ago by Steve Wentworth
Just superb, nice to see a different side to Dream Theatre's repetoire (oooh), top of my playlist at the momentPublished on 6 Jun. 2014 by Green Ninja
Brilliant album and the title track has some great John Petrucci moments to savour. A must for all Dream Theater fansPublished on 28 Dec. 2013 by Alan Quinlan