Falling into Infinity

Dream Theater - Falling into Infinity
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Based on 30 ratings
1997 Ratings: #74
September 23, 1997 / Release Date
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EastWest / Label
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notbuzzzila
44
All technicality, no soul.
PipePanic
69
Metropolis Pt. 2 better give me $15 million US, a car a blowjob and a decent cookie with all the schlock I've gone through with these early Dream Theater albums.

The big consensus of my opinion of Dream Theater (at lest their early work) is that while technically it's pretty good, it's pretty lackluster. My big gripe with this album is that, while it does house some really great stuff in it (Burning My Soul is a banger) it's far too bloated for me to really give it the proper time I would give ... read more
gas_souza
71
New Millennium - 75
You Not Me - 65
Peruvian Skies - 80
Hollow Years - 75
Burning My Soul - 60
Hell's Kitchen - 75
Lines in the Sand - 70
Take Away My Pain - 70
Just Let Me Breathe - 70
Anna Lee - 70
Trial of Tears - 75
63
This album had so much potential, but is a let down for me. The songs i don't like have some great instrumentation but as a whole its difficult to ignore the faults.
TheMusicMan
65
What is this madness?! Dream Theater selling out or trying to anyway bland, boring stuff. When compared to their masterpiece Images and Words, Falling into Infinity is pale in comparison.
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