Category: Classical


  1. Arasho
    Vudolrajas 04.09.2019
    First Tier: Octavarium, Train of Thought, Distance Over Time, Falling Into Infinity. For Octavarium I think the only complex song in terms of structure and remembering, is Octavarium. The rest, although complicated like Panic Attack or Sacrificed Sons, they have a .
  2. Modal
    Nikorr 30.08.2019
    Album Rating: [2] Falling into Infinity has like x more artistry going on and better songs overall. Octavarium has no soul apart from the first and the last track. And I could see why someone would think the same of these two. rellik March 13th
  3. Yozshurn
    Tojatilar 28.08.2019
    Octavarium is an album released in by progressive metal band Dream Theater. It is their 8th studio album overall, the last one they made under Atlantic Records, and the last one ever recorded.
  4. Tegar
    Guzshura 03.09.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Octavarium on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - WPCR,Warner Music - WPCR • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock, Heavy Metal/5(17).
  5. Shaktigor
    Dirisar 03.09.2019
    Octavarium could have been Dream Theater's best album since 's “Scenes From A Memory” and a great achievement. At first I deemed it their weakest effort, but after subsequent repeated listening I discovered Octavarium is better than I thought. Actually, what makes Octavarium worth listening to is .
  6. Mikara
    Bahn 28.08.2019
    Octavarium, on the other hand, is a masterpiece. This epic closing title track is the best song Dream Theater has ever made. It has five phenomenal movements, with gorgeous guitar solos from John Petrucci, groovy bass lines from John Myung, a haunting synth from Jordan Rudess, and great drum-work from Mike Portnoy.
  7. Temi
    Mazuktilar 04.09.2019
    Jun 29,  · Band: Dream Theater Song: Panic Attack Album: Octavarium () Genre: Progressive Metal Power: Song Level: [4] MY FACEBOOK: https://www.
  8. Nezshura
    Grora 31.08.2019
    Jun 10,  · Panic Attack is the fifth track off of Dream Theater 's eighth studio album, Octavarium. A heavy song, written (unsurprisingly) about a panic attack. The lyrics are reprised in Intervals in the title track. The song is written in the key of C minor, to tie in with the concept of Octavarium. The interlude between this song and Never Enough is written in C#.

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