Scene Six: Home - Dream Theater - Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory (CD, Album)

Scene Two: II. Scene Three: I. Through My Words. Scene Three: II. Fatal Tragedy. Scene Four: Beyond This Life. Scene Five: Through Her Eyes.

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Thick as a Brick Jethro Tull. Misplaced Childhood Marillion. Fugazi Marillion. By Dream Theater. Distance Over Time Dream Theater. Rudess joined the band after a discussion while working on Liquid Tension Experiment 2and replaced Derek Sherinianwho went on to his solo career. In creating the new album, Portnoy knew he had to do something special.

The decision to make a concept album was easy, and the concept came naturally, as he decided to expand on the unreleased Metropolis Pt 2. The album was written and recorded at Bear Tracks Studiowhere the band enjoyed the "musical fusion" they had with Rudess. The mixing of the album is considered somewhat uneven, as disagreements to how the songs should sound led to two different mixes being created.

Certain songs, most notably the heavier tracks, were mixed by Kevin Shirley, though Dave Bottril had mixed the entire album, and alternate version exist for the Shirley songs. The band also worked with outside musicians on this album, bringing in a gospel choir for the song "The Spirit Carries On".

Scenes from a Memory was released successfully, selling more copies than its predecessor and garnering them a lot of attention. The album was seen as a return to form, which was exciting for both the band and fans. The CD release contained liner notes reminiscent of an opera, complete with two acts and a "cast" listed, to play off the fact that it was a concept album. Though no video was shot for this album, both "Through Her Eyes" and "Home" were released for radio, with the former also being released as a single, the band's last EP release for quite some time.

The tour to support the album was unusual in that every show started with a full performance of the entire album, something the band Album) never done before with any of their previous albums.

The band's production values increased as time went on, introducing more story elements to the show. The final show was taped and filmed, eventually released as both Metropolis and Live Scenes from New York. The album was received extremely well, with most Scene Six: Home - Dream Theater - Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory (CD and critics agreeing that not only was it better than Falling Into Infinity, but also better than Awake and Images and Words.

Critics praised the cohesive concept and story structure, as well as the flawless Album) of Jordan Rudess, who is a very different fit with the band than his predecessor Derek Sherinian. Fans also lapped up the album, usually ranking it either first or extremely high among Dream Theater albums, and the general consensus by fans is that it is their best album.

The band themselves also say this, saying they only like Systematic Chaos more. The concept of Scenes from a Memory is that it is a sequel to Metropolis, though the concept is very different. While Metropolis was a largely abstract song thought to be about two brothers and Rome, Scenes changes all this.

The Miracle and The Sleeper are introduced as brothers, Edward and Julian, who both love the same woman, Victoria, who represents Metropolis. In this way, the album has little to do with the original song lyrically, though it does follow similar themes and borrows many of the musical cues from the song. In the story, a troubled young man named Nicholas is going through hypnotherapy, to analyze his dreams.

Nicholas dreams about a young woman named Victoria Page, who died in It is revealed throughout the story that Nicholas was Victoria Scene Six: Home - Dream Theater - Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory (CD his past life, and much of the story deals with her. Victoria leaves her boyfriend Julian due to his drinking and gambling problems, and finds comfort with his brother Edward, with whom she begins a sexual relationship.

In the end there is a "double reveal". Through his research, Nicholas assumes that Victoria was killed by Julian out of revenge, who then killed himself.

However through hypnotherapy, he reveals the truth behind her death. Victoria discovered at some point that she still loved Julian, and that her relationship with Edward was very shallow. Die Scene Six: Home - Dream Theater - Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory (CD werden nicht erstattet. Der Versand wird pauschal mit 4,99 berechnet. Der Versand wird pauschal mit 14,99 berechnet. Discount code cannot be combined with the offers applied to the cart. Ask a question. Default Title.

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