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  • OmairSh Well DT was an important band that introduced me to what I think of as "good music", and it's had a significant impact on me. But I can understand why people wouldn't like them, they do tend to feel mechanical at times.
    April 24 03:20 PM
  • OmairSh https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8WglDgOsgA
    April 24 02:06 PM
  • OmairSh And I can understand why a band wants to sell out at a certain time, hardcore prog isn't a very lucrative genre, and musicians need to earn enough money to be able to remain professional musicians, and prog just doesn't pay the bills I imagine. It's difficult as a fan to see a great band take a turn musically, but what can you do. And poppy, catchy stuff isn't bad at all when done well. I am pissed at Dream Theater though since they are making good money, and they should be making better music
    April 24 02:04 PM
  • OmairSh Well Queensryche has never really been my jam, but I have tried to give it many chances since it is (ahem, was) one of the major prog metal bands. I guess I haven't taken them seriously enough to get pissed at them "selling out" or whatever. No offense to them, I know you're a fan, but they aren't close to Fates Warning or Dream Theater for me.
    April 24 02:01 PM
  • StallionMang Oh definitely, as great as Lamb is, Selling England is far more consistent and easier to listen to, and unlike Lamb it works just as well as a collection of songs as a full album
    April 24 06:57 AM

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