Dream Theater Concert Setlist at Estadio Obras Sanitarias, Buenos Aires on December 3, 2.
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Dream Theater - Wikipedia. Dream Theater. Background information. Also known as. Majesty (1. They subsequently dropped out of their studies to concentrate further on the band that would ultimately become Dream Theater. Though a number of lineup changes followed, the three original members remained together along with James La. Brie and Jordan Rudess until September 8, 2. Portnoy left the band.
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In October 2. 01. Portnoy. Mike Mangini was announced as the new permanent drummer on April 2. The band is well known for the technical proficiency of its instrumentalists, who have won many awards from music instruction magazines.
Guitarist John Petrucci has been named as the third player on the G3 tour six times, more than any invited players. In 2. 00. 9 he was named the No. Joel Mc. Iver in his book The 1. Greatest Metal Guitarists. He was also named as one of the . His replacement Mike Mangini has also previously set 5 WFD records.
The band was inducted into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame in 2. Billboard 2. 00 chart.
Scenes from a Memory was ranked number 9. October 2. 00. 6 issue of Guitar World magazine's list of The greatest 1. Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence also led to Dream Theater becoming the initial band reviewed in the music section of Entertainment Weekly during its opening week of release, despite the magazine generally preferring more mainstream music. The band's eleventh studio album, A Dramatic Turn of Events, was released on September 1.
On November 3. 0, 2. The trio started by covering Rush and Iron Maiden songs in the rehearsal rooms at Berklee. Myung, Petrucci, and Portnoy joined together on the name Majesty for their newly formed group. According to the The Score So Far.. Portnoy commented that the ending of the song . It was then decided that Majesty would be the band's name.
Petrucci asked his high school bandmate Kevin Moore to play the keyboard. After he accepted the position, another friend from home, Chris Collins, was recruited as lead vocalist after band members heard him sing a cover of . Moore also left his college, SUNY Fredonia, to concentrate on the band.
The beginning months of 1. New York City area. During this time, the band recorded a collection of demos, titled The Majesty Demos. The initial run of 1,0.
The Majesty Demos are still available in their original tape format today, despite being released officially on CD, through Mike Portnoy's Ytse. Jam Records. In November 1. Chris Collins was fired. After a year of trying to find a replacement, Charlie Dominici, who was far older and more experienced than anyone else in the band, successfully auditioned for the group.
With the stability that Dominici's appointment brought to Majesty, they began to increase the number of shows played in the New York City area, gaining a considerable amount of exposure. Shortly after hiring Dominici, a Las Vegas group also named Majesty.
Various possibilities were proposed and tested, among them Glasser, Magus, and M1, which were all rejected, though the band did go as Glasser for about a week, though fans reacted poorly to this decision. Eventually, Portnoy's father suggested the name Dream Theater, the name of a small theater in Monterey, California, and the name stuck. This eventually attracted the attention of Mechanic Records, a division of MCA. Dream Theater signed their first record contract with Mechanic on June 2. The band recorded the album at Kajem Victory Studios in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania. Recording the basic tracks took about 1.
Mechanic ended up breaking the majority of the financial promises they had made to Dream Theater prior to signing their contract, so the band was restricted to playing around New York City. The promotional tour for the album consisted of just five concerts, all of which were relatively local. Their first show was at Sundance in Bay Shore, New York opening for the classic rock power trio Zebra. The band was looking for a singer with a style more like Bruce Dickinson or Geoff Tate, and Dominici's stage presence was not what they wanted for a front man. Shortly after, however, the band Marillion asked Dream Theater to open for them at a gig at the Ritz in New York, so Dominici was given the opportunity to perform one last time.
In their search for a new singer, they auditioned over 2. Fates Warning front man John Arch. John ultimately decided that his personal commitments were more important and he opted not to join the band. Stone had successfully recorded demos with Dream Theater, but he was fired following a single, ill- fated live performance. According to Mike Portnoy, Stone moved around the stage in a rather odd manner, seemingly doing a bad impression of Bruce Dickinson. Additionally, he shouted .
Until 1. 99. 1, the band remained focused in an attempt to hire another singer and writing additional music. The band was so impressed by his demo that he was flown from Canada to New York for an audition. La. Brie jammed on three songs with the band, and was immediately hired to fill the vocalist position. Once recruited, La. Brie decided to drop his first name to avoid confusion with the other Kevin in the band. For the next few months, the band returned to playing live shows (still mostly around NYC), while working on vocal parts for the music written before acquiring La. Brie. Derek Shulman and Atco Records (now East.
West), a division of Elektra Records, signed Dream Theater to a seven- album contract based on a three song demo (later made available as . For promotion, the label released a CD Single and video clip for the song . In response, ATCO produced a video clip for .
A third video clip was produced for . A tour of Europe followed in 1. London's famed Marquee Club. The show was recorded and released as Live at the Marquee, Dream Theater's first official live album. Additionally, a video compilation of their Japanese concerts (mixed in with documentary- style footage of the off- stage portion of the tour) was released as Images and Words: Live in Tokyo. Awake and Kevin Moore's departure (1.
Awake, Dream Theater's third studio album, was released on October 4, 1. Shortly before the album was mixed, Moore had announced to the rest of the band that he would be quitting Dream Theater to concentrate on his own musical interests, since he was no longer interested in touring or the style of music which Dream Theater performed. Portnoy and Petrucci had come across Rudess in Keyboard Magazine, where he was recognized as . The two invited him to play a trial gig with the band at the Concrete. Foundations Forum in Burbank, California.
Dream Theater hired fellow Berklee alumnus Derek Sherinian, who had previously toured and recorded with Alice Cooper and KISS, to fill in for the Waking Up the World Tour. By the conclusion of the tour, the band decided to take Sherinian on as Moore's full- time replacement. Fans around the world, united on the Ytse.
Jam Mailing List (the most popular form of communication between Dream Theater fans at that point), had begun to put pressure on the band to officially release the song . This had been written in 1. Images and Words, but at almost 1.
It had nevertheless been performed live by the band, who continued to revise it in the years leading up to 1. The petition was successful, and the group entered Bear. Tracks Studios in New York in May 1. Sherinian contributing significantly to the final product. They continued releasing a new CD each Christmas until 2. As a result, the new team at the company were unaccustomed to the relationship Dream Theater had with former East.
West personnel, and they pressured them to write an album that was more accessible. In mid- 1. 99. 7, they entered the studio to write their next album. In addition to pressuring the band to adopt a more mainstream sound, East. West recruited writer/producer Desmond Child to work with Petrucci on polishing the lyrics to his song .
The whole band substantially reworked the song, and it appeared on the album as . Child also had a noticeable impact on the album, with a shift towards less complex and more radio- friendly compositions. The band wrote almost two CDs worth of material, including a 2. Images and Words song . The label, however, did not allow the release of a double album because it felt that a 1.
James La. Brie also felt that the CD should be a single disc. While the album was moderately progressive- sounding, tracks such as . Overall, the album was both a critical and commercial disappointment. Although Portnoy did not speak out publicly at the time, he later revealed in the 2. DVD commentary for 5 Years in a Livetime, that he had been so discouraged during this period that he had considered disbanding Dream Theater altogether. During the European leg of the Touring Into Infinity world tour, two shows were recorded for a live album entitled Once in a LIVEtime, in France and The Netherlands. The album was released at around the same time as the video 5 Years in a Livetime, which covered the years from Kevin Moore's departure to the Falling Into Infinity promotional tour.
Addition of Jordan Rudess and Metropolis Pt. Scenes from a Memory (1. The band assumed the name Liquid Tension Experiment, and would act as a medium through which Portnoy and Petrucci could once again court Rudess to join Dream Theater. In 1. 99. 9, he accepted an offer to become the third full- time Dream Theater keyboardist, replacing Sherinian. As a result of an ultimatum from Portnoy, the label gave the band complete creative control.
The band began by revisiting the follow- up to . They decided to expand the 9- minute song into a complete concept album, with a story revolving around themes such as reincarnation, murder and betrayal. To avoid stirring up the fan base, a tight veil of secrecy enveloped the writing and recording process. The only things fans were privy to prior to its release were a track list that had been leaked against the band's wishes, and a release date. In 1. 99. 9, Metropolis Pt.