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ViperAces
June 21st 2013



12382 Comments


mindcrime is my absolute favourite of the three. i&w comes after

JamieTwort
Contributing Reviewer
June 21st 2013



20254 Comments


It's a pretty tough call for me between Mindcrime, No Exit and Scenes. I think I have all three at a 4.5.

sonictheplumber
June 21st 2013



4314 Comments


mindcrime >

but i mean it depends on my mood

sonictheplumber
June 21st 2013



4314 Comments


queensryche put all their energy into 2 great albums and a bunch ranging from good to queef, whereas dream theater have been consistently okay and have 3 great albums (none of which as good as mindcrime though) and fates warning dont have a single bad album

sonictheplumber
June 21st 2013



4314 Comments


good shit

dannyboy89
June 21st 2013



11944 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

Geoff Tate>Ray Alder imo

Don't care much for Dominici or LaBrie.

It's a toss-up on guitar, bass & drums though, not too sure on that.

sonictheplumber
June 21st 2013



4314 Comments


dream theater's clearly more skilled but i prefer fates warning music

ViperAces
June 21st 2013



12382 Comments


why do people dont care for labrie, he is awesome

sonictheplumber
June 21st 2013



4314 Comments


he just takes time to get used to

dannyboy89
June 21st 2013



11944 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

So which band has the best guitar leads?

NeroCorleone80
June 22nd 2013



28650 Comments


I'd say Queensryche. Fates have better riffs though.

Digging: Howlin Wolf - Howlin' Wolf/Moanin' in the Moonlight

dannyboy89
June 23rd 2013



11944 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

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WASH ME, WASH ME DOWNNNNN


Willie
Moderator
June 23rd 2013



15897 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Best band ever:

Geoff Tate (in his prime): Vocals
Chris Degarmo: Rhythm and Lead Guitar
John Petrucci: Lead Guitars
Joe Dibiase: Bass
Mark Zonder: Drums

Digging: Emperor - In The Nightside Eclipse - 20th Year Anniversary

pesbiros
June 23rd 2013



547 Comments


um bro you spelled possessed wrong

sonictheplumber
June 23rd 2013



4314 Comments


damn you got him

facupm
June 24th 2013



7285 Comments


Mindcrime > any Dream Theater album

But DT is consistent

NeroCorleone80
June 24th 2013



28650 Comments


Rage for Order> any DT album as well

dannyboy89
June 24th 2013



11944 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

Agreed and agreed. Though, then again, I'm no DT fan. And I haven't
heard every DT album.

Slowpokemusic
July 2nd 2013



33 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I'm with Willie. I saw this a a bit of a return to more of their proper sound, even without the influence of DeGarmo. I don't really know how they did it, though. It wasn't a bad album, but definitely not on par with what I personally would want to hear from them. Everything after this went downhill, including Tribe. I know DeGarmo had a hand in Tribe, but this badly titled album (Q2K???) was better than Tribe.

dannyboy89
July 2nd 2013



11944 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

Tribe had good moments, but it's musically weak in general. I have it
3.5'd.

This is about even with it imo, though I slightly prefer Tribe.



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