Dream Theater A Dramatic Turn of Events
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chug73
July 17th 2012



984 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

was on a leash. guys on leashes are gay

NoMeansYes
July 24th 2012



1012 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Breaking all illusions is one of the best tracks they've ever written. For some reason I can tolerate the ballads enough to really enjoy this.

Yazz_Flute
July 24th 2012



18770 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

I like the ballads on this album a lot in relation to most of their other ones; Beneath the Surface especially.

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johnnydeking29
July 24th 2012



9014 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Yeah, Beneath the Surface is the best ballad here
Their other ballads vary a lot, from Disappear (totally amazing) to the Silent Man (forgettable) to Take Away My Pain (lol)

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chug73
July 25th 2012



984 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Bridges in the sky is mad. But the boring drumming stops it from being that little bit better

linguist2011
Contributing Reviewer
August 3rd 2012



1860 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I think a lot of people had high expectations for this album, and like me, they were disappointed to hear how 'weak' it turned out to be. I'm not saying it doesn't have its great moments-The stunning opener and 'Outcry' build up into something uniquely epic, and 'Breaking all Illusions' is enjoyable with its quirkiness. However, that is a great 30 minutes' worth of music in an otherwise bland collection of music that certainly overstays its welcome with 75+ minutes in total. 'Build me up, Break me down', 'This is the Life', 'Far from Heaven' and 'Beneath the Surface' all have the same problem for me-in that they bore the listener within mere seconds. I'm not saying this is the band's worst album, but it could well be their weakest one.

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ChuckyTruant
August 3rd 2012



15710 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

ehhh

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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
August 3rd 2012



50093 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

sweet

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ToHellAndBack666
August 24th 2012



1 Comments


50 shades of wankery

Ikarus14
September 1st 2012



535 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

Gave this album another chance today. Still convinced that this band is dead to me now, which was expected when Portnoy left.

KILL
September 1st 2012



71454 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

they been kinda lame for years now, this albums a step up i reckon but yea

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Spag
September 1st 2012



1737 Comments


A Dramatic Turd of Events.

tee hee

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NightmareCinema16
September 17th 2012



2016 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

La Brie sounds like he suffered a concussion on Build Me Up, Break Me Down.

Titan
September 29th 2012



4854 Comments


Outcry and Breaking All Illusions are perfection

johnnydeking29
November 7th 2012



9014 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

What others have you heard?

Inhumed
November 26th 2012



3 Comments


1. The drums for this record were programmed by Petrucci, so Mangini wasn't really given that much freedom
2. Portnoy made DT what it is today
3. The overabundance of keyboards makes it seem like Rudess was spiteful

stabbler
November 27th 2012



1415 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

we're doing bullet points now?

MichaelSnoxall
November 27th 2012



12163 Comments


worst band ever, yeah

stabbler
November 27th 2012



1415 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

i can think of 1-2 thousand worse

UnnamedOcean
November 27th 2012



3965 Comments


I said I didnt like Dream Theater to a friend of mine and he demanded an explanation from me because he couldn't understand how anyone could dislike this band.



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