#1
DT play pretty tough music to reproduce but they normally do it flawlessly. Post a bum note or missed beat for an e-cookie.
#4
Thar you have it, dream theater and mistake in on sentence, is like dividing by zero.

Oh sh-

..


#7
I've seen this thread on UG before

and if you actualy physically prove a DT mistake, John Petrucci turns it up to 2 billion BPM and kills you...




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#9
You actually want us to scout through every DT video or song to find a single wrong note?

Woah good luck with that.
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#11
I saw them live and John hit one dead note.


And there's always the infamous fall off of the stage.
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You actually want us to scout through every DT video or song to find a single wrong note?

Woah good luck with that.



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#15
He never quite nails The Glass Prison live. Petrucci plays the right notes in the intro sweeps. but doesn't get the accents quite right. Not that I can.

Please don't kill me John!

Usually DT add an instrumental section towards the end of Metropolis Pt.1, but James LaBrie skipped straight to the final verse. Mike Portnoy's face was priceless...

EDIT: ^ Hahaha ouch.
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Well, there was that period where LaBrie had voice problems...

EDIT:

But then he did this, so he's forgiven:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywPuWyh-gCU


hmm, I actually kind of liked his voice problems, especially on Awake. To me it sounds like a more refined operatic version of James Hetfield. It really worked for the album.
#18
Oh I now I remember. Dream Theater's biggest mistake? That Master of Puppets cover album they did.
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#19
DT never mess up it's impossible and lets just say they do then they will kill everybody so nobody would have heard them mess up like it never happened .
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But then he did this, so he's forgiven:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywPuWyh-gCU


I cant belive non of DT laughed at that, they're all like 'wtf is he doing'




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#21
They hired John Petrucci and stopped him from using his mad guitaring skills to make music that doesn't suck.
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DT play pretty tough music to reproduce but they normally do it flawlessly. Post a bum note or missed beat for an e-cookie.


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#24
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Well, there was that period where LaBrie had voice problems...

EDIT:

But then he did this, so he's forgiven:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywPuWyh-gCU


Haha, he put a bra on Jordan's keyboard when I saw them.

This is pretty funny too. Still no wrong notes though, even though he's playing 5,000,000 nps - http://youtube.com/watch?v=evTTHS9hwvU&feature=related
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James LaBrie singing is a mistake.


He is also important to Dream Theater. Check out songs like Octavarium.