Dream Theater ‎– Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence

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62742-2 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album, Enh) Elektra 62742-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
62742 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album, Promo) Elektra 62742 US 2001 Sell This Version
62742-2A Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album, Promo) Elektra 62742-2A US 2001 Sell This Version
AMCY-7311-2 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album) Elektra AMCY-7311-2 Japan 2002 Sell This Version
755962742-2 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album) Elektra 755962742-2 Brazil 2002 Sell This Version
7559-62742-2 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album) Elektra 7559-62742-2 Chile 2002 Sell This Version
755962742-2 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album) Elektra, Warner Music Argentina 755962742-2 Argentina 2002 Sell This Version
62742-2 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album) Elektra 62742-2 Indonesia 2002 Sell This Version
CD 62742 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album) Elektra CD 62742 Canada 2002 Sell This Version
7559-62742-2 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album) Elektra 7559-62742-2 Europe 2002 Sell This Version
7559627422 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album, Enh) Elektra 7559627422 Australia 2002 Sell This Version
62742-2 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album, Fat) Elektra 62742-2 South Korea 2002 Sell This Version
AMCY-7311-2 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album, Unofficial) Elektra (2) AMCY-7311-2 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
62742-2 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album, Unofficial) Elektra (2) 62742-2 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
7559-62778-4 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(Cass, Album) Elektra 7559-62778-4 Indonesia 2002 Sell This Version
7559-62778-4, none Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(Cass, Album) Elektra, Orpheus Music (3) 7559-62778-4, none Bulgaria 2002 Sell This Version
7559-62778-4 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(Cass, Album) Elektra 7559-62778-4 Romania 2002 Sell This Version
75596277846 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(Cass, Album) Elektra 75596277846 Malaysia 2002 Sell This Version
WPCR-13488/9 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album, SHM) Elektra, Warner Music WPCR-13488/9 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
MOVLP781 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xLP, Album, 180) Music On Vinyl MOVLP781 Europe 2013 Sell This Version
WPCR-15984/5 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album, Ltd) Elektra, Warner Music WPCR-15984/5 Japan 2014 Sell This Version
MOVLP781 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, 180) Music On Vinyl MOVLP781 Europe 2016 Sell This Version
7559-62742-2 Dream Theater Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence(2xCD, Album, RP) Elektra 7559-62742-2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version

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Catcher10

Catcher10

January 5, 2019
referencing Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence, 2xLP, Album, 180, MOVLP781

Yes an amazing version, very well done. Although I am sure this was not recorded on 2" tape, in 2001-02 digital is king in the studio. But what this release shows is how amazing a digital recording can sound when mastered as a vinyl version. I have the original CD of this album and it does not stand up to this version.
tommyvercettigang

tommyvercettigang

October 19, 2018
edited 2 months ago
referencing Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence, 2xCD, Album, Enh, 62742-2
for me the first c.d which is the band not the orchestra tries too hard to sound psychedelic which is entirely the sound engineers fault, to my ears there is way too much wankery going on in the production.
also whenever i hear the great debate i just hear tool doing 46 and 2 but with a real guitar player.
when i mentioned this to my friend who only listens to dream theater and liquid tension experiment he sneered and said "why would an eagle steal from a worm?"
hilarious !
tawilk34

tawilk34

October 17, 2018
referencing Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence, 2xLP, Album, 180, MOVLP781

anyone have issues with side B starting, like it's locked in a locked groove?
tawilk34

tawilk34

October 5, 2018
referencing Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence, 2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, 180, MOVLP781
does this pressing sound as good as the 2013 release?
martindavey87

martindavey87

February 8, 2018
referencing Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence, 2xCD, Album, 7559-62742-2

And so after the success of Dream Theater's magnum opus concept album 'Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory' comes the dreaded follow-up album, in which endless possibilities usually lead to outcomes that divide fans. In this case, whilst the band had always tread a thin line that equally balanced both the metal and the progressive elements of their music, from this album onwards they would begin to shift more towards the heavier side of things, with harsher vocals and heavier guitar riffs.

Consisting of just six songs which are spread out over two discs (the title track taking up the entire second disc, at 42 minutes), 'Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence' sees the band tackling some serious issues, ranging from alcoholism and addiction, religion, scientific advances, moral dilemmas and mental illness. Every song full of incredible musicianship and intricate structures that flow smoothly without compromising quality.

The title track, a 42-minute piece split up into eight individual tracks, is the true centerpiece of the album. With a vast range of heavy and soft parts, huge orchestral arrangements and virtuoso musicianship, this is a true gem in the Dream Theater discography. And as evidenced in tracks like 'The Glass Prison' (one of my all-time favourites!) and 'The Great Debate', the interplay between all the members, in particular guitarist John Petrucci and keyboardist Jordan Rudess, is unmatched by any other band.

A truly polarizing album in the groups back-catalog, how much you like the metal aspects of Dream Theater's music will determine if you'll like the direction the band are going in from here, and while 'Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence' may not be as highly regarded as 'Images and Words' or 'Scenes from a Memory', it is still an essential addition to any music collection.
LeonardoA

LeonardoA

January 28, 2017
referencing Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence, 2xCD, Album, 7559-62742-2
Cross against all the trends in Dream Theater has conquered a large fan base with her blend of progressive rock, thrash metal and hard rock. The sound is solid but melodic, like Metallica, Iron Maiden and Genesis are United in one band. The group members combine ingenious musicianship with compositional talent. Couple that to a thorough livereputatie and it becomes clear how this group with her albums canine loyal fans of both the heavy metal as the symphonic rock has managed to win for itself. On Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence takes the Group old fashioned from long epic songs spread over two CDs. What stands out is the balanced and dynamic sound: the technical perfection allows finally that the plate, despite all the retro influences, pretty contemporary sounds.
SmoooveC

SmoooveC

April 28, 2016
referencing Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence, 2xLP, Album, 180, MOVLP781
This pressing sounds amazing. I just can't believe how great it sounds.
sean_themighty

sean_themighty

September 16, 2013
referencing Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence, 2xLP, Album, 180, MOVLP781

Oh man. I know for a fact this album was recorded on 2" tape, and I can absolutely tell this was mastered from that original source. This is an extremely clear and dynamic pressing. I'm floored.
peace_sells

peace_sells

August 22, 2013
referencing Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence, 2xLP, Album, 180, MOVLP781

This is an awesome pressing! The sound is just breathtaking! Plus I recently upgraded my cartridge to a Shure M97xe. After that it's become even better! MOV issues are just amazing!