Free Dream Theater Live CD

2013-12-26 by Dan Phillips | 25 Comments
At 6:00A.M. on Christmas morning, progressive metal band Dream Theater released a link to a free torrent file of a live CD on their official Facebook page. The disc covers songs which were played on the the "Dramatic Turn Of Events" tour, but did not make it onto the "Live At Luna Park" album released last month.

Of the new Ytsejam release, the band says:

"FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

December 25th, 2013 – 6:00AM EST

HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM DREAM THEATER

TO OUR FANS ALL OVER THE WORLD!

It is because of all of you that
A Dramatic Tour Of Events was such a success. We enjoyed playing to you all each and every night on the road!

As a special “Thank You” we are releasing a compilation of live tracks that were not included on
Live At Luna Park. With these now being available, you have a complete documentation of all the songs that were played during the tour (with the exception of cover songs.)

Happy Holidays, and we look forward to having you “Along For The Ride” in 2014.
~Dream Theater
"

The link to the torrent is available here:
http://hourglassdreams.com/dt_holidays2013.torrent

Tagged: Dream Theater

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tempest--
December 27th 2013
16383 Comments


Releasing it at 6:00 on Christmas morning was clever ;-]

Rowan5215
December 27th 2013
30918 Comments


^ Hehehe
Not a bad tracklist there either, Learning to Live ftw

dante1991
December 27th 2013
591 Comments


Yeah hehe. Haven't had a chance to fully listen to this atm, but from what I've heard it sounds pretty good. It is a fanclub bootleg CD though, so bear in mind the production isn't as good as an official release, but hey, it's free, so can't complain

dante1991
December 27th 2013
591 Comments


Also notable in being the only live release of The Count of Tuscany.

tempest--
December 27th 2013
16383 Comments


Not really that notable, they didn't release any live material from the Black Clouds tour.

dante1991
December 27th 2013
591 Comments


Well yeah, true, but Count is considered by many the best of the album, plus it's an "epic". The others songs range from meh-solid on Black Clouds, but the Count is one that I found really cool to hear a live version of

KILL
December 27th 2013
74378 Comments


well isnt it for the honour of god????????

SirDrumsalot
December 27th 2013
1679 Comments


Still no Mike Portnoy, still dont care.

DatsNotDaMetulz
December 27th 2013
2239 Comments


So this is a free download, not a free CD?

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dante1991
December 27th 2013
591 Comments


^Yes, my bad

DatsNotDaMetulz
December 27th 2013
2239 Comments


s'ok I'm just being a pedantic git

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
December 27th 2013
10506 Comments


free the Dream Theater live CD, it doesn't deserve to be locked up just because it's probably bad ! ! !

pedro70512
December 27th 2013
4151 Comments


what do you even do with this kind of file...?

Spec
December 28th 2013
28856 Comments


Whys it funny that it was released at six.

GringoSuave89
December 28th 2013
1094 Comments


a causal listener of theirs, but damn classy for them to do.

@pedro, do you have a torrent downloader?

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pedro70512
December 28th 2013
4151 Comments


nope, closest is winrar and I have a feeling that ain't even close. guess I'll find it somewhere eventually.

Parallels
December 28th 2013
7847 Comments


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Parallels
December 28th 2013
7847 Comments


"Whys it funny that it was released at six."

They have a song called 6:00 that starts with a looping quote from the movie "The Dead", where a character says "six o clock on a Christmas morning" over and over again

Forevermore
December 28th 2013
133 Comments


@pedro

http://www.utorrent.com/downloads/

pedro70512
December 28th 2013
4151 Comments


thanks Forevermore

dante1991
December 28th 2013
591 Comments


LaBrie is really good on Another Day here

Mabbitt
December 28th 2013
1421 Comments


Wish I could have heard Another Day, Ytse Jam, Under A Glass Moon, To Live Forever, and Learning to Live live.

Anyways, i'm glad they're still doing these sorts of releases now that Mike Portnoy is gone. I doubt we'll get full live cover albums anymore though.

beefshoes
December 28th 2013
5713 Comments


cool. Is this worth downloading?

ThatDude
December 29th 2013
26 Comments


It's free, so why not.

dante1991
December 29th 2013
591 Comments


@beefshoes, it's not exactly gonna blow you away, but if you're a fan of the band there's some cool stuff to be found here. Also, it's free, so yeah I'd say so



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