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Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence is Dream Theater's follow up album to their masterpiece Scenes From A Memory .
When a band as talented as this can manage to not only make incredible and complex music like this, but to do it together, as a TEAM, well it's damn inspiring.
They just seem to be a band that loves what they do and they give their fans what they want and thats the music.
wow... there is so much to relate to. Everytime I hear Solitary Shell, I tear up as it sounds so much like my autistic son, C... Dream Theater has captured it.Published 7 days ago by W. Neubauer
This double-disk album is considered one of Dream Theater's finest works but upon further inspection it is a flawed album.
The first disk is the weak point. Read more
I would recommend this album to any one.Truly well written and oustanding musical talent.A treat for your mind.Also a treat to see this band live.Published 7 months ago by christophe nero
Great album! I love this and metropolis pt2. Especially solitary shell and losing time/grand finale is one of my favorite songs.Published 8 months ago by Junyoung Choi
My favorite Dreamtheater album and a sonic master piece.This is a rock opra so play it on a a good sound system!Published 9 months ago by David C.
New and sealed one,just like it was expected.Thanks.SHM reissue plays a little better.I can't wait to hear "Images and words"with SHM technic used.Published 10 months ago by Artur Niemiec
I borrowed this album from a friend a while back, so it wasn't new to me. Still it's as satisfying as ever.
It's effing Dream Theater! Read more
This album is a masterpiece. If you like music, you will like this. The Glass Prison is one of DTs best and the whole SDOIT composition that makes up the second part of the album... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Safado