#1
So I was listening to Dream Theater's newest album (Black Clouds & Silver Linings). The long song on this album is entitled A Nightmare to Remember. It's a bad-a song, but anyways ... after listening to it a few times, I noticed something: the line "The air was thick and still" is in another song I've heard .... hmmmm ....

And now I remembered which song: Witch Hunt by Rush.

The night is black, without a moon;
The air is thick and still;
The vigilanetes gather on
The lonely torchlight hill.
"Make his fight / On the hill in the early day / Constant chill deep inside" ~ Metallica
#2
SOUTHREN UPRISING ON DREAM THEATER'S ASSES!!!!

WESA GOIN' LYNCH THEM THEIVIN BAASTARDS!!!!
#5
cool story bra

EDIT: damnit i was beaten
in an unrelated note i am listening to xanadu by rush right now
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#8
Also, I had no idea that the average Southern individual could even comprehend, let alone accept, Prog Rock. This is quite an astounding day for redneck studies, gentlemen.
#9
I'm sure if you looked, you could find shit-ton's of songs that have that line in them. It's not very original.

But Rush and DT are coo', so Ima let dis one sliiide.
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#12
>Dream Theater
>"The long song"

Could you be more specific?
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#13
thats interesting, but its not like its the first time its happened. "smashing through the boundaries" has been used by metallica, and more recently used by dragonforce 700000 times
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You know that there is an entire section of UG dedicated to prog rock? And that Dream Theater has its own thread?
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Quote by Jamin2112
So I was listening to Dream Theater's newest album (Black Clouds & Silver Linings). The long song on this album is entitled A Nightmare to Remember. It's a bad-a song, but anyways ... after listening to it a few times, I noticed something: the line "The air was thick and still" is in another song I've heard .... hmmmm ....

And now I remembered which song: Witch Hunt by Rush.

The night is black, without a moon;
The air is thick and still;
The vigilanetes gather on
The lonely torchlight hill.


The Count of Tuscany is longer. Also, its one line.... Perhaps they were paying homage. Did you think about that?
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#18
Who's in favor segragating this dude to the FOTB?
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Who's in favor segragating this dude to the FOTB?



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Also, I had no idea that the average Southern individual could even comprehend, let alone accept, Prog Rock. This is quite an astounding day for redneck studies, gentlemen.


I live in arkansas, and i love everything about prog.
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