Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory reviews— 13 total
13 user reviews of Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory by Dream Theater
Edward, driven insane by desire, plots the murder and leaves a suicide note in Julian's pocket to fool the police.
Go out and get the album already. Seriously though.
I find there are several times where I am looping a track and listening to it several times, or when...
In other words, it's their best, and it's my favorite along with Six Degrees.
Everything is amazing. The music is great, Labrie's voice is in top form, the lyrics are great, and the storyline is wholly unique and original.
The most impressive songs would be "Beyond This Life", "Dance Of Eternity", "Home" and "Fatal Tragedy".
It is the most well written and well thought out music I've ever heard.
I love this album, I hate almost nothing about it.
It's indefinate because it is Dream Theater. All of their material is some of the most talented, original, and amazing music for man to witness the creation of.
The song structures and lyrics are the only thing that don't fit in.
Dream theater has done better...I would recommend "A change of seasons", but this album is very good in its own...
Every aspect is impressive and worthy of listening to millions of times.
There aren't other bands like Dream Theater. All the first part of the song are incredible (Regression, Overture, Strange deja vu, Fatal Tragedy, Throw her eyes, Home), The other part of the album it's more experimental (the dancing of the eternity) and other songs are quietly, and one last time it's like a summary of the album.