Sep 182010
 

Dream Theater playing Stream of Consciousness in Tokyo for their DVD Live at Budokan. www.dreamtheater.net

  25 Responses to “Dream Theater – Stream of Consciousness (Live at Budokan)”

  1. che un grande el pelusa…

  2. 12 justin bieber fans didn’t like this masterpiece >__>

  3. Haha 6-stringed guitar and 6-stringed bass

  4. I think Jordan Rudess is God, look at min 6:00-> have any of you heard the Original Sound Track of the film The Phantom of the Opera???do you recognise what he plays???

  5. I think Jordan Rudess is God, look at min 6:00-> have any of you heard the Original Sound Track of the film The Phantom of the Opera???do you recognise what he plays???

  6. GENIAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. Mike !!!!!

  8. my balls dropped after that second solo…

  9. What a Genious Song! What Genious Artists!!

  10. Great song. It’s a shame the keyboard drowns out everything in this version. It’s pretty bad.

  11. Best instrumental ever !

  12. @H1tman47 Well, one miscount out of so many live performances… So what? Let me see you or others with the same opinion with you play on Rudess’ level LIVE…

  13. @kbellz19
    just listen carefully dude, he’s missing count :( otherwise beautiful performance, my favorite DT song <3

  14. @H1tman47

    Tell me you’re trolling, lol. Please.

  15. If I were a guitar string in Petrucci’s hands…

  16. @stereonpl11 Well not this one

  17. fucking amazing solo!!!

  18. @xXBmWGtR3Xx I absolutely love Portnoys vocals in that “RRAAAAAUUUGHHH!!” :P

  19. @vbdude006 a nightmare to remember was better :P

  20. @kigawman :O octavarium was so good though count of tuscany was okay but nto reall ya good song

  21. 3:10-3:20 Rudess fucking up beautiful live. someone teach him how to count :(

  22. @kigawman Thats fine man, I’m not trying to insult you :) But if they’re not prog then what are they?

  23. @vbdude006 Sorry to burst your bubble dude, but I’m not gonna take back what I said earlier and I really do mean everything that I typed on my comment.
    If you like the Octovarium song and The Count of Tuscany, that’s your personal preference. I don’t care! They both suck to me and they don’t sound Prog-Rock at all. Thanks for the comment though, Bye.

  24. @kigawman I’m sorry but Octavarium(the song) was classic DT. And odn’t you dare hate on The Count Of Tuscany, its a freaking masterpiece :( !!!

  25. @relonation Hmm considering the fact that LaBrie has fully recovered and can sing as well as he used to, minus the slight “raspiness” that made him even better. I’d like to see/hear 9 out of 10 people hit that F# in Learning To Live :)

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