James LaBrie: Images and Words
John Myung: Falling Into Infinity
John Petrucci: Live At Budokhan
Jordan Ruddess: Octavarium
Mike Portnoy: The Score
Kevin Moore: Images and Words
Derek Sherinian: Change of Seasons
I agree with you 100%. This is just personal preference mind you, but it remains to this day one of my personal favourites in DT's catalogue. It is responsible for getting me interested in the band, and therefore checking out all their earlier works. I still listen to the song today when I do almost anything. Fantastically written song, a true metal epic!
As much as I would love them to return to the 3 hour formate, I do realize that it would be unfair to expect it of them at this point in time. Mangini will need time to learn more of the material to make the set longer, which is fair of course. I have seen DT 3 times in toronto, and none of them have been a 3 hour set, so maybe thats why I want it so bad, but I guess my vote would be yes, but on the bands own time.
I to hope there is another LTE album, and more importantly, another, more extensive, tour. Seeing videos of those 4 performing live is just incredibly that I need to witness it with my own eyes one day.
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