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9 thoughts on “ Hey You - Dream Theater - Stained Glass (CD)

  1. Dream Theater - Under A Glass Moon guitar cover by SungHyun Kim. Mesa/Boogie Mark V 25 tone test (Dream Theater - Illumination Theory) by SungHyun Kim. Dream Theater - My Last Farewell guitar cover by SungHyun Kim. Dream Theater - My Last Farewell guitar stem by .
  2. Hey Guys! for this second installment of my album ranking series I’m going to tackle my favorite band of all time: Dream Theater. Now that their 14th album, Distance Over Time, has finally arrived I’m all set to give my personal ranking of all of Dream Theater’s studio albums.
  3. Lyrics to 'The Silent Man' by Dream Theater. A question well served, Is silence like a fever? A voice never heard? Or a message with no receiver? from the album Live Scenes From New York (Live Or a message with no receiver? Pray they won't ask Behind the stained glass There's always one more mask. Has man been a victim Of his woman, of.
  4. Hey you, Hey you. I'm right here. Conscience fading. Can't get through. Oh Lord. Helpless. Confused. "the stained glass shatter all around me" by Ste_72 A change of season is also an ablum and song of the progrock band Dream Theater. If you like this kind of music it's worth checking this out) by Leonardo Amaro Rodrigues.
  5. May 29,  · Cool outtakes from the Once In A Livetime show recorded by an audience member. There are, however, higher quality soundboard recordings of some of these which you can find on the Once In A LIVEtime Outtakes ( International Fan Club CD), "The Covers" bootleg, and perhaps other releases which are eluding me right now.4/5(4).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the MP3, kbps CDr release of Dream Theater (Fanclub Releases) on Discogs.
  7. Their twelfth studio album, the self-titled Dream Theater, was released on September 24th, , entering the US Billboard chard at #7, making it their 3rd consecutive top 10 debut.
  8. Starting off the second half of this masterpiece is Metropolis Part 1 - The Sleeper and the Miracle, the best song on the album and the one that spanned Dream Theater's fifth album, Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory (the band's best album and one of the best prog metal albums released)/5().
  9. My InterpretationI don't know what Dream Theater's intentions were in these lyrics, but my interpretation as is follows: This song is a comment on the current culture of celebrity for celebrity's sake, glorifying the trivial pursuits of nobodies with skilled publicists, and the winners (and eventual losers) of reality TV shows. This song is about Justin Bieber, Susan Boyle and One Direction.

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