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By Stephen Forrer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The best of prog-rock crank out the most impressive instrumental album I've ever heard. And that's saying a lot. Dream Theater fans will have no problem enjoying this CD, as well as newcomers. I'm a huge DT fan, and I find the Liquid Tension experiments to be even more accessible. I would have to agree about James' vocal style for DT - I don't think it matches the intensity of the band. He's a great vocalist, one of the best. But he is certainly not missed, in my opinion. Dream Theater is all about the music, and Liquid Tension Experiment 2 brings out the absolute best. A must have for any music fan.
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By ytsejammer66 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The other reviewer of the CD said everything correct except for one thing. He said that James LaBrie is an annoying singer. Now I know that this has nothing to do with the Liquid Tension CD, but I want everyone who reads this review to know that James LaBrie is an excellent vocalist with incredible range. He's not for everyone, but please don't let the other reviewer spoil Dream Theater for you because they are the greatest band in the world!
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By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
A friend of mine bought this cd for me and I thought, great just another more cd of Dream Theater with another name on it but I figured I'd hear the annoying yelling of James LaBrie anyway. Was I in for a surprise! The lack of vocals is just what Dream Theater needs to be the best. Petrucci is as fast as it gets in guitars, and if you thought that in the album When Dreams and Day Unite he was good by playing really fast, then you should listen to Acid Rain it shows that he can play even faster while still being melodic. While Tony Levin is in no way the Bass virtuoso Myung is, he keeps a great rythm overall and keeps his pace with Petrucci. Mike Pornoy is argueably the best drummer and he shows in When the Water Breaks, which is a song made by solo after jam after solo... Jordan Rudess was a surprise for me, I thought all keyboardists where of prog bands where at best barily "good", he is simply incredible. What about the songs? well most of them are fast jams. But there are exceptions tho, and they are worthy to be told about. Liquid Dreams is a weird jam for prog bands in that it is slow yet I loved it, reminded me of Transatlantic Jams. Hourglass is a beutiful duet of Petrucci and Rudess that even your mother will like, it's soft and melodious. Over all I say it's worth every dime, as I heard once if you can only buy 5 cds of prog, two of them should definetely be Liquid Tension Experiment 1 and 2. And if you can only buy 20 cds of all genres then I say this would be the ones of prog.
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