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post #31 of 37 (permalink) Old 01-05-2005, 10:30 AM
 
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James LaBrie has perfect pitch.
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Tom Seaver had perfect pitch for a while ;-)
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All 5 make the perfect band who cares abotu pitch DT is probally the all around type of band. Or at least to me they are. Nothing else left to say
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I also agree. It's a big part of the reason that my taste has moved away from most technical guitar playing aside from Vai and Johnson. So much attention is given in the performance, recording and mixing of these technical performances that the soul seems lost. Really, how many polyrhythmic drummed, unison keyboard and guitar shredfests can you actually cram on a record and claim it's different from the previous one?
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and u have to admire the technical aspect of the band, just because they can do it..
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Well their last effort was pretty lame. I posted on Portnoy's site that it sounded like them parodying themselves when it came out. If it were some other band, I'd probably like it. But it being DT, I was way disappointed.
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Train of thought was different, im still not sure what to think of it.. but it's all i've been listening to today.. and it's actually quite good, but it's not scenes from a memory or images and words quality.. but i really do think they're some immense moments on ToT they're just burried in a mosh of hellish down tuned riffage.. that does drag on longer than it should.. not much variation.
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I also agree. It's a big part of the reason that my taste has moved away from most technical guitar playing aside from Vai and Johnson. So much attention is given in the performance, recording and mixing of these technical performances that the soul seems lost. Really, how many polyrhythmic drummed, unison keyboard and guitar shredfests can you actually cram on a record and claim it's different from the previous one?
There's only one of the real shredheads that still takes my breath away, and that is Jason Becker, not for his incredible technique but for his amazing sense of melody. My favourite piece by him was only written by him though, Michael Lee Firkins played the guitar.

The song is called The End of The Beginning, I recommend all of you who haven't heard it to check it out, especially if you're into classical music.
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