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Catalog Number: RR7604-5
|1.||False Awakening Suite instrumental|
I. Sleep Paralysis
II. Night Terrors
III. Lucid Dream
|2.||The Enemy Inside||6:17|
|3.||The Looking Glass||4:53|
|4.||Enigma Machine instrumental||6:03|
|5.||The Bigger Picture||7:41|
|6.||Behind the Veil||6:53|
|7.||Surrender to Reason||6:35|
|8.||Along for the Ride||4:45|
I. Paradoxe de la Lumiere Noire
II. Live, Die, Kill
III. The Embracing Circle
IV. The Pursuit of Truth
V. Surrender, Trust & Passion
|Total Running Time:||68:06|
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|From: Ydol eM||Date: September 29, 2020 at 20:45|
|It's always hard to rate any DT album because every new spin I can find something new. Anyway, I'll try to do it after a few "listening sessions" since so far nobody's described it here. Intro with its sympho parts is SAVATAGE alike and the beginning of the next song with its chopped riffs reminds me MEGADETH until the refrain comes. The top song of this album is #3 for me. RUSH powered with metal. Then it's followed with instrumental "sterile perfection". Fortunately, the next songs are warmer, quite close to Metropolis atmosphere. What's more, keyboards play only a supporting role here and Mangini's contribution is palpable. The self-titled album that is the definition of what DT music is about. 80/100.|
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