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Dream Theater - Studio Demo 1988-1990

Dream Theater - Studio Demo 1988-1990
Singer:
Dream Theater
Album:
Studio Demo 1988-1990
Style:
Prog Rock, Progressive Metal
Released:
1999
Country:
Japan
FLAC vers. size:
1734 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1878 mb
WMA vers. size:
1136 mb
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Rating:
4.8 ★
Votes:
923

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Wanted Dead Or Alive
Cover – Bon Jovi
5:45
2 Theme From Mission: Impossible
Cover – Lalo Schifrin
1:23
3 O Holy Night 4:13
4 Golden Slumbers
Cover – The Beatles
1:28
5 Carry That Weight
Cover – The Beatles
1:30
6 The End
Cover – The Beatles
3:18
7 Don't Look Past Me 6:08
8 To Live Forever 4:46
9 Afterlife 2:45
10 Metropolis - Part 1 9:03
11 A Change Of Seasons 17:47
12 Guitar Solo 11:03

Notes

"Wanted Dead or Alive"is a cover of Bon Jovi, completely JAM take! Fun sound source, such as a cover of The Beatles and other packed. Demo track because sound quality is also in its own way, but the tape of state is also unstable place. Attention is "Do not Look Past Me", "To Live Forever" in John Hendricks of audition Demo.. I think as there was enough of ability as a new vocalist of Charlie Dominici have a really good voice. "Instru Mental II," the take of things towards the "Instru Mental II" is a good overall sound quality. "Metropolis - Part 1" there is a place that no longer hear only the middle one channel. "Mission: Impossible", "O Holy Night", "Golden Slumbers", "Carry That Weight", "The End" is recorded in the "Xmas Demos 1988" of Official Bootleg "When Dream and Day Unite Demos 1987-1989".

Track 4 is actually "Golden Slumbers" (Cover Of The Beatles)
Track 5 is actually "Carry That Weight" (Cover Of The Beatles) (Demo 12/88, Dominici)
Between 5 & 6 exists an unlisted track "The End" (Cover Of The Beatles)
Track 7 - is an Audition with John Hendricks

Dream Theater - Studio Demo 1988-1990 - free download

  • Groll
Although this bootleg is extremely rare, there is only one good thing it brings to the table, which is the "Guitar Solo," a complete version of John Petrucci's 1991 "Gorilla Session" which I've never heard anywhere else. The rest of the CD is a hot mess, full of clicking and crackling type noises, and numerous tracks mislabeled. Look for the "InstruMENTAL" CDs and the When Dream And Day Unite Demos, and you will all of these demos in much better quality. The Wanted Dead Or Alive cover, originally from the Prism Records "Subconscious" CD, was recorded by Petrucci for a guitar student, and unfortunately defaced with obnoxious, sped-up vocals by Chris Collins.