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Dream Theater - Letra de The Shattered Fortress


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  • Some tasteful references to the earlier songs but the moment the chorus from The Root Of All Evil kicks in is where it feels really forced.
  • Epic finale. It's the conclusion of a Progressive Master Suite. Obviously, it'd contain parts of the previously released songs, and imo, they're awesome. I miss Mike Portnoy on DT
  • This song, as the final installment of the steps is really killer. Reprise of The Glass Prison. As someone with multiple years of recovery, I definitely appreciate the way the steps unfold over multiple albums, both with musical reprises, and the transgression of the lyrical theme. Guy below doesn't get it, and that's cool. I didn't understand what the hell the Glass Prison was about when it came out. I certainly do now. The Glass Prison > This Dying Soul > The Shattered Fortress > The Root of All Evil > Repentance (but all the songs are great).
  • Basically an AA medley, huh? Not impressed, but at least I enjoyed the recycled riffs.
  • This Dying Soul > The Glass Prison > Repentance > The Root of All Evil > The Shattered Fortress but.. all that songs are great!
  • Intro sounds like Tool's Triad. [2]
  • Nice medley of the old and the new!
  • I don't understand the hate this song gets.
  • Amazing! Love this epic riff glory finale!
  • I agree with several commenters here who mention how forced this song feels. While thematically it makes sense for the finale to be a collection of motifs from previous songs, as a standalone song it lacks the punch of its predecessors. And while I do enjoy the song on its own, once it reaches that "voice of god" section, I am left cold, and not in a good way. (For what it's worth, my favorite from the suite is "This Dying Soul")

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