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Pull Me Under - Dream Theater - Wake Up! (CD)

2 Oct

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Wake The Fuck Up on Discogs.
  2. Starting off the second half of this masterpiece is Metropolis Part 1 - The Sleeper and the Miracle, the best song on the album and the one that spanned Dream Theater's fifth album, Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory (the band's best album and one of the best prog metal albums released)/5().
  3. Pull Me Under by Dream Theater song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position Album: Images and Words Before "Rap" was a form of music, it was something guys did to pick up girls in nightclubs. Donnie talks about "The Rapper" and reveals the .
  4. Best known as an MTV hit that Dream Theater had in the early nineties, 'Pull Me Under' was the single from the classic progressive metal album 'Images And Words', which in the eyes of many, innovated the prog metal sound as we know it today. As for this song in particular, it does seem to be a fairly well suited choice to represent the album/5.
  5. The Long Island-based quintet Dream Theater are, in the 21st century, the standard bearers of progressive metal. While the subgenre's origins can be traced to Rush's song "Bastille Day" in , and Queensrÿche's concept offering Operation: Mindcrime was its first full-length album, Dream Theater have largely defined and expanded the music's horizons since
  6. Pull Me Under is an unusual song for Dream Theater. The tone at first appears to be slow and atmospheric; however, there are plenty of heavy riffs in the song. It is considered very progressive. The song is notable for its abrupt end, which is supposed to symbolize death, which can happen suddenly.
  7. So unless you were Nirvana, Pearl Jam or the like, radio stations weren’t interested. But Pull Me Under was the exception.” As the s dawned, Dream Theater were on the skids. The Boston band’s highly rated debut album, ’s When Dream And Day Unite, had seen them held up by the press as the missing link between Rush and Metallica.

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