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Dream Theater - Images And Words (CD, Album)

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  1. Dream Theater may have released an overlooked debut in , but it wasn’t until they recorded Images And Words three years later that they achieved any notable breakthrough. Containing the unlikely hit single Pull Me Under, which was heavily rotated on MTV and commercial radio, the album would go on to sell in excess of , copies in.
  2. About the album. Images and Words celebrated 15 years since its release in What better way to celebrate but to release a live CD containing the full album as performed on tour during the year of its 15th anniversary. Liner notes: In the summer of , Images and Words .
  3. Nov 02,  · Dream Theater Images and Words Full Album The Musical Wizard; 8 videos; , views; Last updated on Nov 2,
  4. Images And Words. was the sophomore album by Dream Theater, released in This was the breakout album for the band. It had the bands thus far only hit single – “Pull Me Under”, and was certified Gold by the RIAA. It was the first album with their current vocalist – James LaBrie.
  5. Oct 29,  · 11 videos Play all Dream Theater - Awake Full Album w/ Lyrics WithinRhyson 06 The Count Of Tuscany Hz HIGH QUALITY FLAC - Duration: Cory Francis , views.
  6. Fans of the Images and Words sounding Dream Theater will find a welcome return to form. Album: 11 Release: This album was one that had to grow on me. It's not an overly dense album, but it isn't light either; it's paced out like Images and Words and incorporates its style a bit, mixed in with the albums they had done from to
  7. Feb 24,  · referencing Images And Words, CD, Album, , YS The sensation we feel entering for the first time the castle of Dream Theater music is the same we feel touching a splendid ivory sculpture: motionless and icy, brilliant and /5(K).
  8. Cover concept by Dream Theater. Computer imaging by Access Images. First album with James LaBrie on vocals. Videos were made for "Another Day" and edited versions of "Pull Me Under" and "Take the Time". The Italian statement in "Take the Time" (“Ora che ho perso la vista, ci vedo di piu!”) is a quote from the one pronounced by Alfredo after the burning, in the Giuseppe Tornatore's movie.

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