He had to clean it all up.
A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead.
Robert A Heinlein.
This album is a cornerstone to the development of prog metal, aside from that it delivers great music by asian beast sex of the most skilled and creative musicians.
While Dream Theater often gets attacked in the more ''minimalist'' circles for going on their extended 'wanking' solos, this album shows a bit more restraint in the band being that they seem to be a little hesitant with their abilities.
Some of their finest pieces of work are here, including ''Metropolis'', ''Under a Glass Moon'', ''Surrounded'' and the softer ''Wait for Sleep''.
Monique, they were on a first name basis now, had made the driver go along the waterfront drive so Jean could get a good view of the city.
He uses some nostalgic analong tones on "Learning to Live", but much of his tones are unique exploring new synth sciences.