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21 June 2005 @ 04:04 am
Octavarium  
On a plus side, we got the new Dream Theater album today.


The Root of All Evil: This song reminds me of Sathiel! (As if he didn’t have enough songs already...) Another addition to the The Glass Prison, This Dying Soul theme.

The Answer Lies Within: Why do I get the feeling that I’ve heard this song before? I can’t imagine where... Very lovely though. “And try to give” - I literally went “Ooh..” at that note, hehe.

These Walls: I like muchly.

I Walk Beside You: A nice song with a positive ring to it.

Panic Attack: Heavier, more like the crazy Scenes from a Memory/Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence songs.

Never Enough: This reminds me of.. something.

Sacrificed Sons: I heart James LaBrie’s voice.

Octavarium: They’ve managed to write a song that’s longer than A Change of Seasons! 24 minutes! (Well, I guess Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence technically counts as one song, but it’s spread over multiple tracks). That theme you can hear at the ending.. I really think I’ve heard it before...
 
 
Current Music: Dream Theater - The Answer Lies Within
 
 
 
Rev: Ravine - reverie_shadow on June 21st, 2005 04:52 am (UTC)
You got a whole Dream Theater album? GASP.

I just have a few of their songs, and I want more. It makes me sad.
Do you think you could send me some of their songs...?
I recently just listened to "Home", but I really thirst for more of their music, just like how I thirst for more Nightwish songs as well. Unfortunately, I don't have the money to buy their albums. Sad thing, being poor.

By the way, I read your other entry about the wreck you had. Crazy stuff. But it's good to know that nobody really got hurt. It always could have been worse and you could have gotten something else other than a citation. My sister has a load of those, though. :D

It's comforting to know that not everybody in this world are heartless bastards.
Marianneresplendentposy on June 23rd, 2005 01:12 am (UTC)
I'll have to see if I can figure out how to get music from a cd into sendable form, hehe.
Rev: Ravine - reverie_shadow on June 23rd, 2005 01:38 am (UTC)
Easy peasy. Have a ripper program? I'm sure you can find one on Download.com easily. I forgot what one I had used when I was in need of one (this computer came with a program that rips stuff already). Although there are some CDs that are protected so that one can't rip tracks from it, but not many that I know of.

And if you have Winrar or Winzip, you could zip the tracks up and probably send them using YouSendIt.com; I love that site.

...I do this rather frequently, if you couldn't tell.