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Originally released in 2005 on Ytsejam Records, 'Images And Words Demos (1989-1991)' documents a special period for the band as they prepared for the release of their landmark 'Images and Words' album. This collection includes instrumental versions of Dream Theater classics like 'Take The Time' & 'Learning to Live'. As well as showcasing rare early renditions of some of the band's most well-known entries such as 'Oliver's Twist', which would later become the fan-favorite, 'Pull Me Under'. It also features the original audition takes that would see Dream Theater appoint James LaBrie as their new vocalist. Remastered and available on vinyl for the very first time, this is a fascinating look at the band's earliest days together.
Originally released in 2005 on Ytsejam Records, 'Images And Words Demos (1989-1991)' documents a special period for the band as they prepared for the release of their landmark 'Images and Words' album. This collection includes instrumental versions of Dream Theater classics like 'Take The Time' & 'Learning to Live'. As well as showcasing rare early renditions of some of the band's most well-known entries such as 'Oliver's Twist', which would later become the fan-favorite, 'Pull Me Under'. It also features the original audition takes that would see Dream Theater appoint James LaBrie as their new vocalist. Remastered and available on vinyl for the very first time, this is a fascinating look at the band's earliest days together.
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Originally released in 2005 on Ytsejam Records, 'Images And Words Demos (1989-1991)' documents a special period for the band as they prepared for the release of their landmark 'Images and Words' album. This collection includes instrumental versions of Dream Theater classics like 'Take The Time' & 'Learning to Live'. As well as showcasing rare early renditions of some of the band's most well-known entries such as 'Oliver's Twist', which would later become the fan-favorite, 'Pull Me Under'. It also features the original audition takes that would see Dream Theater appoint James LaBrie as their new vocalist. Remastered and available on vinyl for the very first time, this is a fascinating look at the band's earliest days together.
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