Live performance and documentary about the legendary band, following their rise to fame and fortune, and the history of their unconventional music.
Symphonic Theater Of Dreams is a tribute to Dream Theater. A band highly acclaimed in the progressive metal scene for more than two decades, Dream Theater has a huge following all across the globe. Michal Mierzejewski, a dedicated Dream Theater fan, had the idea in summer 2010 that he wanted to arrange Dream Theater songs in a 'classical' environment that had never been done before. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Voices: A Tribute To Dream Theater is a DT tribute album produced in 1999. Like most tribute albums, it features cover versions of many DT songs by various artists. These people love DT, they acknowledge that DT is an incredible inspiration and they wish to show their love and admiration by covering a song, or making a cover CD.
Originally released on Mechanic (42259). All tracks have been digitally remastered. Dream Theater's first official release gave an indication that this was a talented band that combined the styles of Yes, Rush, and Queensrÿche. The latter seemed to be too big of an influence at this stage of their career. Vocalist Charlie Dominici's voice is not powerful enough to carry out the band's otherwise convincing intensity, and his attempt to sound like Queensrÿche's Geoff Tate was unsuccessful. The music here is not as heavy as it would become in the '90s but could still be classified as progressive metal.
Live at Budokan is a live recording released by progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater on October 5, 2004, available on either 3 CDs, 2 DVDs, or 1 Blu-ray Disc. It was recorded at the Nippon Budokan Hall on April 26, 2004 in Tokyo, Japan.
Images and Words is the second studio album by American progressive metal/rock band Dream Theater, released in 1992 through Atco Records. It is the first Dream Theater release to feature James LaBrie on vocals. The album maintains its position as the band's most commercially successful studio album to date, and the song "Pull Me Under" has the distinction of being the only top 10 hit (radio or otherwise) the band has ever had.
Dream Theater is the twelfth studio album by American progressive metal band Dream Theater, released on September 23, 2013 in Europe through Roadrunner Records and a day later in the US.
This two-DVD set is jam-packed with over three hours of footage consisting of live performances along with six music videos and memorable behind-the-scenes interviews. With their progressive metal style and exceptional musicianship, Dream Theater grew to prominence with their MTV hit "Pull Me Under" (available for the first time on DVD here) in 1992. During that time, Dream Theater developed a rabid fan base that remains with them today.
Dream Theater’s entire performance of the legendary Pink Floyd album recorded live at the Hammersmith Apollo in London; England on October 25th 2005.
Disc 1 contains live performance of «Dark Side of the Moon» in its entirety; Disc 2 called «A Saucerful of Floyd» contains 7 other Pink Floyd songs covered live in concerts from 1995-2004.