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The 'A Change Of Seasons' mini-album in 1996 found DREAM THEATER in looser mode. A 23 minute tour de force title track, scored at Bear Tracks Studios, served an inceptor to an eclectic selection of live cuts captured at the world famous Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London on January 31st 1995. Included would be takes on ELTON JOHN's 'Funeral For A Friend' and 'Love Lies Bleeding', DEEP PURPLE's 'Perfect Strangers', the LED ZEPPELIN medley 'The Rover', 'Achilles Last Stand' and 'The Song Remains The Same'. The evening was capped by a jam through excerpted versions of PINK FLOYD's 'In The Flesh', KANSAS' 'Carry On My Wayward Son', QUEEN's 'Bohemian Rhapsody', JOURNEY's 'Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin', DIXIE DREGS 'Cruise Control' and 'Turn It On Again' originally by GENESIS.

1997's 'Fallen Into Infinity', produced by Kevin Shirley, featured a guest vocal appearance from KINGS X man Doug Pinnick on the track 'Lines In The Sand' and a surprisingly impressive co-write with Desmond Child on 'You Not Me'. The record caused division amomgst the fans, many believing DREAM THEATER had pandered to commercialistic pressures.

DREAM THEATER toured America the same year alongside Jazz Rock maestros DIXIE DREGS which was later to bear fruit with musical liaisons between the two sets of musicians. Portnoy and Petrucci were both involved in the side project group LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT alongside respected sessioneers Tony Levin (PETER GABRIEL / KING CRIMSON) and Jordan Rudess once again. LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT released a self-titled album through Magna Carta in early 1998.

1999 Sherinian was out of the band and in came his logical successor Jordan Rudess for 1999's outing 'Metropolis Part 2: Scenes From A Memory' album. The album continues the theme of 'Metropolis Part 1' recorded on the 'Images And Words' album.

Side projects continued unabated though with Rudess pairing off with his ex-DIXIE DREGS drumming colleague Rod Morgenstein for the RUDESS/MORGENSTEIN project album and his inclusion on the classical 'Steinway To Heaven' album alongside his predecessor Sherinian and YES maestro RICK WAKEMAN. Myung would not be left out either as he re-united with erstwhile band mate DEREK SHERINIAN in an unlikely alliance with, yet again, Rod Morgenstein and KINGS X frontman TY TABOR to forge the PLATYPUS project.

A further union of Prog-Rock stars came in 2000 when Portnoy allied himself with MARILLION bassist Pete Trewavas, SPOCK'S BEARD's Neal Morse and THE FLOWERKINGS Roine Stolt to create SMPT releasing the 'Transatlantic' album on Rising Sun.

Sherinian meantime teamed up with guitar maestro TONY MACALPINE for their PLANET X project record 'Universe'.

In September of 2001 a triple CD emerged titled 'Live Scenes From New York' comprising of the band's entire show recorded at the Roseland Ballroom in New York on August 30th 2000. However, in a surreal example of bad timing bearing in mind the September 11th terrorist attacks on America the record, due to a ghastly coincidence of the highest order, was pulled from the retail shelves the day of its release- September 11th. The sleeve artwork unbelievably depicted New York, including the Statue of Liberty and- most presciently of all- the World Trade Centre, in flames. Needless to say the artwork was hastily revised.

In more encouraging news the DREAM THEATER Brazilian Fan Club announced the assembly of a tribute album featuring artists such as SIGMA 5, EVORA, LAST RITES, OPERACT, LONGJAM and ABSTTRAKT.

The DREAM THEATER 2002 album 'Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence' would number only six songs, albeit one of those would be the marathon 40 minute title track. The band added a rather novel twist to their touring activities in 2002. When booked for a two night consecutive venue run the band would perform the entirety of METALLICA's 'Masters Of Puppets' album live. Needless to say, fans who had not been made aware of DREAM THEATER's intentions, would be somewhat mystified. It would seem DREAM THEATER would spend much of the year on the road, also being announced as part of an Autumn package billing for U.S. dates in alliance with KING'S X and JOE SATRIANI.

Portnoy would be revealed as the mentor behind a new ProgRock 'supergroup' in May, having assembled an impressive line up numbering erstwhile DREAM THEATER and presently CHROMA KEY keyboard player Kevin Moore. Also included would be FATES WARNING guitarist Jim Matheos, ex-CYNIC and current GORDIAN KNOT bassist Sean Malone with the whole affair fronted by PAIN OF SALVATION vocalist Daniel Gildenlцw. Before long Gildenlцw was out of the frame and the band project was being billed as set OSI (Orchestra Of Strategic Influence).

DREAM THEATER announced European tour dates, performing two sets with an intermission and no support act, for October.

On October 21st DREAM THEATER gave privileged fans at their second night at the London Astoria by performing the entirety of IRON MAIDEN's 'Number Of The Beast' live. The band, who faithfully represented the album with the exception of a Jazz flavoured 'Gangland', even rigged up a DREAM THEATER logo backdrop executed in the classic Maiden logo script.

Mike Portnoy kept his hand in on the live circuit in March with YELLOW MATTER CUSTARD, a tribute to THE BEATLES also featuring Matt Bissonette and Neal Morse.

DREAM THEATER co-headlined a US ProgMetal extravaganza in June packaged with QUEENSRYCHE and FATES WARNING. With DREAM THEATER's unceasing success demand for live material and earlier MAJESTY recordings prompted drummer Mike Portnoy to establish his own Ytsejam Records to release archive recordings in an effort to beat the bootleggers. The first of these releases would be 2003's 'The Majesty Demos 1985-1986' and DREAM THEATER's 'Live In Los Angeles, California 5/18/98'. These latter tapes saw Ray Adler of FATES WARNING and IRON MAIDEN frontman BRUCE DICKINSON guesting.

A new studio album, 'Train Of Thought', produced by John Petrucci and Mike Portnoy, was readied for November issue with European tour dates being announced for January. In the midst of this activity LaBrie was also active with the FRAMESHIFT project, a collaboration with guitarist Henning Pauly of CHAIN resulting in the album 'Unweaving The Rainbow'. 2003 also saw the formation of MADMEN & SINNERS, a collaboration between LaBrie, fretless guitar hero TIM DONAHUE and the ANNIHILATOR, STEVE VAI and EXTREME credited drummer Mike Mangini.

DREAM THEATER established a ticket ranking system for fans for their Spring US dates commencing 3rd March at the Roseland Theater in Portland. Fans could choose to purchase upgrades into bronze, gold or platinum tickets, the latter granting such privileges as a seat in the first five rows, exclusive T shirt, tour laminate, autographed photograph and a meet and greet with the band.

Celebrating their fifteenth anniversary the band put on a very special show on 6th March at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles. Performing the 'When Dream And Day Unite' album in its entirety, the band would be joined by original singer Charlie Dominici on the songs 'To Live Forever' and 'Metropolis pt. 1', the latter song also featuring erstwhile keyboard player DEREK SHERINIAN.

Fans would be treated with a slew of 'official bootleg' releases through the Ytsejam Records label with 'When Day And Dream Unite Demos 1987-1989', 'Tokyo, Japan 10/28/95' and 'Master Of Puppets - Cover Series'. The band extended their 2004 tour schedule by partnering with Prog-Rock pioneers YES for an Autumn run of US dates. On the 29th October Mike Portnoy manned the drums for East Coast Thrash veterans OVERKILL, performing at a special show for DJ Eddie Trunk's annual Halloween party at The Hard Rock Cafй in New York City.

A 2005 solo album from JAMES LABRIE, 'Elements Of Persuasion', would include contributions in the studio from Italian guitar prodigy Marco Sfogli, KIM MITCHELL, bassist Bryan Beller, Matt Guillory of DALI'S DILEMMA on keyboards and Mike Mangini of EXTREME and ANNIHILATOR repute on drums. JOHN PETRUCCI also put out solo product, the album 'Suspended Animation' also emerging in 2005. Pointedly, DREAM THEATER's own album for 2005, 'Octavarium', would gain the distinction of being the very last album to be recorded at the world famous Hit Factory Studios in New York. During March Jordan Rudess took time out to tour the East Coast with BLACKFIELD, a union of Steven Wilson of PORCUPINE TREE and Israeli singer/songwriter Aviv Geffen. Another recording announcement took fans by surprise, as early singer Charlie Dominici revealed plans for the release of a trilogy set.

A G3 "Mini tour" of Japan in May found Petrucci, utilising a band comprising Dave LaRue on bass and DREAM THEATER's Mike Portnoy on drums, flanking JOE SATRIANI and STEVE VAI. Mike Portnoy also temped for FATES WARNING, manning the drums for their appearance at the 'Headway' festival in Amstelveen, Netherlands on 3rd April 2005. In June Portnoy acted as special guest for New Jersey Thrashers OVERKILL at their 'Sweden Rock' festival appearance, performing on the song ''Elimination'.

DREAM THEATER co-headlined the 'Gigantour' festival trek alongside MEGADETH for US action in late July, topping a bill comprising FEAR FACTORY, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, SYMPHONY X, NEVERMORE, DRY KILL LOGIC and West Virginians BOBAFLEX. The 2nd August 'Gigantour' stop proved memorable when DREAM THEATER's set at the Nokia Live venue in Dallas saw the inclusion of an encore tribute to fallen guitar hero "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott of PANTERA and DAMAGEPLAN. The band performed a rendition of PANTERA's 'Cemetery Gates' with onstage guests Dave Mustaine from MEGADETH, Burton C. Bell of FEAR FACTORY and Russell Allen of SYMPHONY X. DREAM THEATER fulfilled the 'Gigantour' dates until September, when their position was taken by ANTHRAX. Back on European soil, DREAM THEATER performed PINK FLOYD's 'Dark Side Of The Moon' in its entirety as their second set on 11th October at the Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam. Gigs across South America in December duly wrapped up the year.

During the band's Japanese tour in January 2006 DREAM THEATER used their second night stands in Tokyo and Osaka to perform DEEP PURPLE's 'Made In Japan' in its entirety.

Mike Portnoy assembled AMAZING JOURNEY, a one-off tribute band assembled to pay homage to THE WHO. On vocals would be Gary Cherone, of VAN HALEN and EXTREME repute, with PAUL GILBERT of MR. BIG and RACER X on guitar and BILLY SHEEHAN from MR. BIG, DAVID LEE ROTH, UFO and TALAS on bass. This impressive quartet undertook a brief burst of US shows in May 2006.

DREAM THEATER entered a New York City studio with engineer Paul Northfield in early October to cut new album tracks. At the same juncture it was revealed the band had severed their longstanding business relationship with Atlantic Records.

DREAM THEATER keyboard player Jordan Rudess took on a number of unusual assignments, first appearing at Teatro in Rimini on November 25th as a special guest jury member at a battle of the Italian DREAM THEATER cover bands PROGENY, from Milan, and YTSEJAMKR, of Crotone, organized by Italian Dreamers, the official Italian DREAM THEATER Fan Club. Rudess also guested of Israeli Rock singer and composer Aviv Geffen of BLACKFIELD at his solo shows on November 27th through 29th at Zappa venue in Tel Aviv, Israel.

John Petrucci partnered with JOE SATRIANI and ERIC JOHNSON to undertake G3 dates in South America during October, reaching into Brazil, Chile, Argentina and Mexico. Petrucci and Satriani then hooked up with STEVE VAI for G3 concerts in Australia in December. Meantime, erstwhile DREAM THEATER singer Charlie Dominici returned to the scene fronting a new band, entitled DOMINICI, to release an album 'O3 A Trilogy, Part Two'.


1. New Millenium
2. You Not Me
3. Peruvian Skies
4. Hollow Years
5. Burning My Soul
6. Hells Kitchen
7. Lines In The Sand
8. Take Away My Pain
9. Just Let Me Breathe
10. Anna Lee
11. Trial Of Tears:
I) It's Raining
II) Deep In Heaven
III) The Wasteland


- James LaBrie / vocals
- John Petrucci / guitar
- Derek Sherinian / keyboards
- John Myung / bass
- Mike Portnoy / drums & percussion