"Instrumedley" as written by John Petrucci, Michael Portnoy, John Myung, Jordan Rudess, Derek G Sherinian, Kevin F. Moore and Anthony Levin....

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"Instrumedley" as written by Derek G. Sherinian Anthony Levin

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    General CommentI got this from somewhere on the Internet. Corrections (be sure) are welcome.

    0.00 Dance of Eternity (Scenes from a Memory)
    1.37 Metropolis pt. 1 (Images and Words)
    2.07 Erotomania (Awake)
    3.37 Dance of Eternity (Scenes from a Memory)
    5.06 Metropolis pt. 1 (Images and Words)
    6.02 A Change of Seasons (A Change of Seasons)
    7.33 When The Water Breaks (Liquid Tension Experiment 2)
    7.41 A Change of Seasons (A Change of Seasons)
    7.48 The Ytse Jam (When Dream and Day Unite)
    9.29 Dance of Eternity (Scenes from a Memory)
    10.15 Paradigm Shift (Liquid Tension Experiment 1)
    11.38 Universal Minds (Liquid Tension Experiment 1)
    12.02 Dance of Eternity (Scenes from a Memory)
    12.43 Hell’s Kitchen (Falling Into Infinity)
    f15x28on December 16, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI truely hope the Instrumdely will be updated with with some more solo sections from Octavarium.
    It's gonna be GRAND. :D
    Idanon January 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI truely hope the Instrumdely will be updated with some solo sections from Octavarium.

    It's gonna be GRAND. :D
    Idanon January 10, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthat song is one of the most diificult and complexe song ever to be written!!And it's suits 4 every dream theater fan or liquid tension fan.Its gr8t 1 of the reasons that i bought budokan! And as a correction to f 15...When the water breaks does not exist in this jam,It's actually the real intro to the ytse jam.
    Petruccisimon February 13, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyeah, now that I'm more familiar with DT, I can see some errors on it. Thanks. And by the way, Octavarium is not an instrumental
    f15x28on February 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentNo kidding...
    I meant pieces from each of the songs on the album, naturaly.
    Idanon March 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI'm pretty sure this is spot on:

    00:00 Dance of Eternity (Scenes from a Memory)
    01:35 Metropolis Pt. 1 (Images and Words)
    01:59 Erotomania (Awake)
    03:37 Dance of Eternity (Scenes from a Memory)
    04:22 Metropolis Pt. 1 (Images and Words)
    05:18 A Change of Seasons (A Change of Seasons)
    06:29 The Ytse Jam (When Dream and Day Unite)
    07:45 Dance of Eternity (Scenes from a Memory)
    08:30 Paradigm Shift (Liquid Tension Experiment 1)
    09:32 Universal Minds (Liquid Tension Experiment 1)
    10:18 Dance of Eternity (Scenes from a Memory)
    10:59 Hell’s Kitchen (Falling Into Infinity)

    Noah
    MavrikGandalfon March 24, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthere isnt any When The Water Breaks in it.
    Majesty|Ytse Jamon July 25, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthat little keyboard part at the end of When The Water Breaks.
    and they dont need to be instrumental songs...just instrumental sections (Metropolis Pt 1)
    AndJustice4All68on June 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is insane.
    This is like the song I was hoping DT would make.
    Parts I, pretty much, adore:
    Erotomania at 3.00
    The entry of the ytse jaM, plus it's flawless transistion into the Dance of Eternity (for a while I thought they played the whole ytse jaM medley)
    And of course the epic ending: Hell's kitchen.

    The solo on the end of 'When the water breaks' should be accounted for, because I'm pretty sure they changed that part in A change of seasons after the Instrumedley.
    OldSkoolon May 13, 2008   Link

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