Systematic Chaos

Systematic Chaos

by Dream Theater


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Product Details

Release Date: 06/05/2007
Label: Roadrunner Records
UPC: 0016861799229
catalogNumber: 179922
Rank: 25408

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dream Theater   Primary Artist
Jon Anderson   Vocals
Joe Satriani   Vocals
Steve Vai   Vocals
David Ellefson   Vocals
Steve Hogarth   Vocals
James LaBrie   Vocals
Neal Morse   Vocals
John Myung   Bass
John Petrucci   Guitar,Vocals
Mike Portnoy   Percussion,Drums,Vocals
Corey Taylor   Vocals
Jordan Rudess   Keyboards
Steven Wilson   Vocals
Mikael Åkerfeldt   Vocals
Daniel Gildenlow   Vocals
Chris Jericho   Vocals

Technical Credits

Dream Theater   Composer
James LaBrie   Composer
Paul Northfield   Engineer,Vocal Producer
John Petrucci   Composer,Producer
Mike Portnoy   Composer,Producer
Hugh Syme   Art Direction,Illustrations
Frank Solomon   Management

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Systematic Chaos 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dream Theater is the greatest progressive rock band in the world, and this latest album is as good or better than anything they have done in the last 20 years of their incredible career. Because they have always refused to sell out and produce shorter, radio-friendly songs, they have been content to please themselves and their loyal fans with the longer, more complex compositions that have become traditional with British and American progressive rock bands like Yes, Rush, Genesis, and Gentle Giant. While David Bowie and Jethro Tull were more popular and wrote the shorter pop tunes, Dream Theater continued to produce the 12 minute songs that could never hope to get on commercial radio stations. People's attention spans, and the need for commercials meant that they would have to make it without MTV or 97 Rock. While many critics have said that their music is pretentious or even tedious, their fans consider them the premier musicians on the planet. When I compiled my list of the greatest 1,000 songs of the last 25 years in The Bachelors Bible, they were the only band to have 20 songs listed. If you like progressive rock music you will love every one of their albums, as well as the new DVD "Score" which I highly recommend.
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InsaneCrazedJuggalo More than 1 year ago
dream theater has been active since as early as 1985 this band has gone thru alot since the early days this album is just amazing dream theater as of right now are on their top of their game they are one seriously talented metal band this whole entire studio albums rocks and yes its full of great music great lyics great everything plus i saw this band 10 times in concert and yes every show they do they steal the show now i see why ozzy osbourne never had this band on the ozzfest bill im glad he does not tho this band is way too good to be going to ozzfest but dream theater is the best of the best nobody can stop dream theater and their music praise dream theater
Guest More than 1 year ago
saw them do this at jones beach, aug, 2007 and some more tracks during prog. metal show in miami in may. they are at the top right now. with bands like yes and crimso now in semi- retirement, dt is the one to watch. although much heavier than either abnd, they have been influnced by them. portnoy's drum kit alone is worth the price of admission and rudess is on fire with the keys.
Guest More than 1 year ago
dream theater has done it again. i got this disc the day it came out and gave it a full listen in its entirty. and i was totaly blown out of my seat. all the tracks are awesome. james labire and the gang has created another masterpiece. this cd rocks
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dream Theater has scored another hit with me. The album is great all the way through. Although, I think "Forsaken" is probably my favorite track.