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Artist: Dream Theater

Title: Live Scenes from New York

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Category: Prog Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Elektra Records

Catalog Number: 62661-2

Personnel

James LaBrie vocals, percussion
John Myung bass
John Petrucci guitars, vocals
Mike Portnoy drums, vocals
Jordan Rudess keyboards

Released on September 11, 2001, the day of the World Trade Center bombings. Due to the cover art featuring the skyline of New York in flames the set was withdrawn to have new artwork designed.

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Regression live  2:46
2.  Overture 1928 live  3:32
3.  Strange Deja Vu live  5:02
4.  Through My Words live  1:42
5.  Fatal Tragedy live  6:21
6.  Beyond This Life live  11:16
7.  John and Theresa Solo Spot  3:17
8.  Through Her Eyes live  6:17
9.  Home live  13:21
10.  The Dance Of Eternity live  6:24
  
Total Running Time:  59:58

Disc 2
11.  One Last Time live  4:11
12.  The Spirit Carries On live  7:40
13.  Finally Free live  10:59
14.  Metropolis Pt. 1 live  10:36
15.  The Mirror live  8:15
16.  Just Let Me Breathe live  4:02
17.  Acid Rain live  2:34
18.  Caught In A New Millennium live  6:21
19.  Another Day live  5:13
20.  Jordan Rudness Keyboard Solo live  6:40
  
Total Running Time:  66:31

Disc 3
21.  Erotomania live  7:22
22.  Voices live  9:44
23.  The Silent Man live  5:09
24.  Learning to Live live  14:01
25.  A Change of Seasons live  27:05
26.  Video  13:55
  
Total Running Time:  77:16

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Existing comments about this CD

From: ezed Date: January 19, 2003 at 7:09
if u are a DT fan and know the deal with this album,it was due for release 9-11-01,the 1st cover shows the twin towers of ny city burning in the trademark heart wrapped flames(which on this cd is an apple)for the big apple,,they released the cd but pulled it a day or 2 later for a new cover,i bought the cd that day,still unopened,anyone care to say what its worth? i also have a purple drumstick signed by mike from the images tour in wichita ks.such a cool guy!what do ya think THAT is worth?

From: rockdawg Date: March 5, 2003 at 7:37
Heard to listen to the whole thing in one hit, but after having dijested the whole album i can't get enough of it! Spine chilling grooves, aggressive riffs, LaBrie is real Bruce Dickinson meets Sebastian Bach (skid row). Can't wait to hear more DT!!

From: EasyE Date: May 3, 2003 at 13:58
Bloody Excellent never heard such excellent's over three disk BRAVO DREAM THEATER

From: Delibriand Date: December 21, 2003 at 7:24
One of the best releases of DT so far. Everyone is amazing, I've never seen LaBrie singing so god damn good as in Strange Deja Vu. If you don't know yet, this concert was recorded in only one night, a show of 3 hours, after wich Portnoy passed out and was almost taken to the hospital. And the vocals of The Silent Man was redubbed because LaBrie made some mistakes with the lyrics. An AMAZING record, I can't stop hearing it!

From: mauricio Date: February 6, 2004 at 10:35
one of the best live records of the era.

From: Rodimus Date: March 4, 2004 at 20:31
This just proves that Dream Theater as incredibly complex their style and songs are. THey still rock it out, even better live! to me that just goes to say they are by far one of the best bands of all time. Get the dvd!

From: Freddie Date: September 1, 2004 at 15:18
This album is a MUST FOR ANYONE who says they like live music. Dream Theater are just totally excellent in the craft of making music, go buy before it's late. Totally excellent A+++++++++++++++++++!

From: SOC2004 Date: June 2, 2005 at 18:39
All the true gems appear to be on disc 3. But the Metropolis performance is historic and the actual setlist of the show was more ambitious than the normal tour had been. And not played that night was the encore medley called When Images and Words Unite which featured teaser snippets of Pull Me Under, A Fortune In Lies, Only A Matter of Time and Take the Time.


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