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When Dream and Day Reunite

Dream Theater

Type:
Live album
Release date:
February 2005
Catalog ID:
YTSEJAM009
Label:
Ytsejam Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 79%)
1. A Fortune in Lies 05:23   Show lyrics
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2. Status Seeker 04:38   Show lyrics
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3. Ytse Jam 06:10   instrumental
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4. The Killing Hand 12:30   Show lyrics
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5. Light Fuse and Get Away 08:29   Show lyrics
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6. Afterlife 05:45   Show lyrics
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7. The Ones Who Help to Set the Sun 07:53   Show lyrics
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8. Only a Matter of Time 07:34   Show lyrics
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9. To Live Forever 04:54   Show lyrics
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10. Metropolis 14:20   Show lyrics
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Original line-up
Band members
Mike Portnoy Drums, Vocals (backing)
John Myung Bass
John Petrucci Vocals (backing), Guitars
Jordan Rudess Keyboards
James LaBrie Vocals
Guest/Session
Derek Sherinian Keyboards (track 10)
Charlie Dominici Vocals (tracks 9, 10)
Miscellaneous staff
Richard Mouser Recording
Nigel Paul Engineering
Mike Portnoy Producer
Bryan Russell Mixing
John Petrucci Producer
Original line-up
Mike Portnoy Drums, Vocals (backing)
John Myung Bass
John Petrucci Vocals (backing), Guitars
Jordan Rudess Keyboards
James LaBrie Vocals
Original line-up
Derek Sherinian Keyboards (track 10)
Charlie Dominici Vocals (tracks 9, 10)
Original line-up
Richard Mouser Recording
Nigel Paul Engineering
Mike Portnoy Producer
Bryan Russell Mixing
John Petrucci Producer
Read Dream Theater (re)unites! 72% samgriffith1928 November 15th, 2006
Read Great Mix 85% HeirToRuin April 10th, 2005

A live recording of the entire "When Dream and Day Unite" album with James LaBrie on vocals and two encores ("To Live Forever", "Metropolis") with Derek Sherinian and Charlie Dominici.

The recording marks the abum's 15th anniversary, which is reflected in the altered cover.

Added by: EnragedLobster Modified by: Krister Jensen
Added on: 2005-02-05 19:07:28 Last modified on: 2019-02-23 01:25:08