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A Dramatic Turn of Events is the eleventh studio album by American progressive metal band Dream Theater, released worldwide in September 2011 through Roadrunner Records. It is the band's first recording to feature drummer Mike Mangini, following the departure of founding member Mike Portnoy in September 2010. The album was written, recorded, mixed, and mastered between January and June 2011 at Cove City Sound Studios in Long Island, New York.

In composing A Dramatic Turn of Events, Petrucci admitted to feeling a sense of responsibility to fans following Portnoy’s departure. He also explained that the majority of the songs on the album were written to prove to people that everything was grounded and intact with the band.

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A Dramatic Turn of Events is an album made in 2011 by progressive metal band Dream Theater. It is their 11th studio album overall and the first to feature their new drummer Mike Mangini, replacing longtime drummer and founder Mike Portnoy, who left the previous year. The sound of the album overall differs somewhat from the previous album, 2009’s Black Clouds & Silver Linings. It focuses more on melody than progressiveness, has fewer heavy tracks, and even includes a mostly acoustic closing track in Beneath the Surface, an atypical decision for the band

A Dramatic Turn of Events is a studio album by American progressive metal band Dream Theater, released September 13, 2011 on Roadrunner Records. It's the band's 11th studio album and first to feature drummer Mike Mangini following the departure of founding member Mike Portnoy in September, 2010. The album was written, recorded, mixed and mastered between January and June, 2011 at Cove City Sound Studios in Long Island, New York.

A Dramatic Turn of Events. Cover art by Hugh Syme. Studio album by Dream Theater. In August, Dream Theater began releasing minute-long snippets of songs from the album, beginning with Bridges in the Sky on August 11th and continuing periodically until the album's release. Dream Theater toured Europe in support of the album from July 4th to August 4th and toured Canada and the United States from September 24th to October 27th. Petrucci felt he had a responsibility to fans following Portnoy 's departure, and so some songs on the album have specific purposes.

On Dream Theater's highly anticipated upcoming album, A Dramatic Turn Of Events, the undisputed kings of modern-day prog rock emerge from what might have been a career-threatening blow - the loss of drummer and founding member Mike Portnoy - better, stronger and more daring musically than ever. Going into this album, I felt a tremendous sense of responsibility," guitarist John Petrucci tells MusicRadar. When Mike Portnoy left the band, I think it put a big question mark in the minds of a lot of fans because they saw him as a very big figure in Dream Theater

Tracklist

On The Backs Of Angels 8:42
Build Me Up, Break Me Down 6:59
Lost Not Forgotten 10:11
This Is The Life 6:57
Bridges In The Sky 11:01
Outcry 11:24
Far From Heaven 3:56
Breaking All Illusions 12:25
Beneath The Surface 5:26

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Dream Theater - A Dramatic Turn Of Events FLAC album

Performer: Dream Theater

Title: A Dramatic Turn Of Events

Country: Europe

Date of release: 2011

Style: Prog Rock

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1200 mb

Size FLAC: 1616 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 504

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Unirtay
i played this for the first time after finally buying the c.d as i don't like listening to music from spewtube not to mention my pissant computer speakers. usually i have to listen to a dream theater album many times before it gets to the point of being in love with the work , not so with this one.after getting through the first song i found the album impressed me pretty much with every moment right through to the end , needless to say , the neighbors will have to endure this album again tonight.for me a solid 5/5.
Unirtay
i played this for the first time after finally buying the c.d as i don't like listening to music from spewtube not to mention my pissant computer speakers. usually i have to listen to a dream theater album many times before it gets to the point of being in love with the work , not so with this one.after getting through the first song i found the album impressed me pretty much with every moment right through to the end , needless to say , the neighbors will have to endure this album again tonight.for me a solid 5/5.
Dellevar
As most DT fans I have being purchasing all DT CD's since 1992, and really love this album, to be one in my top 3 favorites.Got the LP when was released but very disappointed with the quality level...has this awfull MP3 sound !! The CD actually sounds much much better.Almost certain it was pressed from a digital compressed source.S.
Dellevar
As most DT fans I have being purchasing all DT CD's since 1992, and really love this album, to be one in my top 3 favorites.Got the LP when was released but very disappointed with the quality level...has this awfull MP3 sound !! The CD actually sounds much much better.Almost certain it was pressed from a digital compressed source.S.
Rocky Basilisk
thanks for the heads up , buying bad sounding vinyl sucks.
Rocky Basilisk
thanks for the heads up , buying bad sounding vinyl sucks.
Bundis
25 years after their inception, 2010's aptly titled 'A Dramatic Turn of Events' ushers in an era Dream Theater fans thought they'd never see, for this was the first release after the departure of drummer and founding member Mike Portnoy. With the prog world eagerly anticipating who would have the impossible task of replacing one of the greatest drummers in the world, the band announced a new album and, via an online documentary, unveiled that man to be none other than Mike Mangini, who's résumé includes the likes of Steve Vai, Annihilator and Dream Theater frontman Jame LaBrie's solo project, proving him to be a more than competent successor.However, other than the inclusion of a new drummer, this is pretty much a by-the-numbers release. Big, epic songs, which display a vast array of heavy, crushing riffs, beautiful and haunting keyboard melodies, an unlimited supply of instrumental mastery and James LaBrie's powerful vocals. It's clear that the drama of the past year hasn't prevented the prog legends from doing what they do best. I was saddened though, as I'm sure many others were, to hear that Mike Mangini didn't have any creative input in the compositions for 'Dramatic...', as they were written before he joined the group, leaving him to play session musician. It's not really a detriment to the album, but I was more than a little excited to see what musical differences Mangini would bring to the table. Some of the highlights from 'A Dramatic Turn of Events' includes the single 'On the Backs of Angels', and the longer, more epic tracks 'Bridges in the Sky' and 'Outcry'. The shorter, "metal" tracks such as 'Lost Not Forgotten' and 'Build Me Up, Break Me Down' show that guitarist John Petrucci can always be relied upon to produce riffs that put most metal bands to shame, and ballads like 'This is the Life' and 'Far from Heaven' soften the mood to enable listeners to catch their breath.With their eleventh studio outing comes a landmark release in Dream Theater's discography, which, while it's a remarkable piece of work in itself, will always be known as the first of the post-Portnoy era. It's a good sign that the band are ready to continue on, and can only leave one excited to see where they will go from here.
Bundis
25 years after their inception, 2010's aptly titled 'A Dramatic Turn of Events' ushers in an era Dream Theater fans thought they'd never see, for this was the first release after the departure of drummer and founding member Mike Portnoy. With the prog world eagerly anticipating who would have the impossible task of replacing one of the greatest drummers in the world, the band announced a new album and, via an online documentary, unveiled that man to be none other than Mike Mangini, who's résumé includes the likes of Steve Vai, Annihilator and Dream Theater frontman Jame LaBrie's solo project, proving him to be a more than competent successor.However, other than the inclusion of a new drummer, this is pretty much a by-the-numbers release. Big, epic songs, which display a vast array of heavy, crushing riffs, beautiful and haunting keyboard melodies, an unlimited supply of instrumental mastery and James LaBrie's powerful vocals. It's clear that the drama of the past year hasn't prevented the prog legends from doing what they do best. I was saddened though, as I'm sure many others were, to hear that Mike Mangini didn't have any creative input in the compositions for 'Dramatic...', as they were written before he joined the group, leaving him to play session musician. It's not really a detriment to the album, but I was more than a little excited to see what musical differences Mangini would bring to the table. Some of the highlights from 'A Dramatic Turn of Events' includes the single 'On the Backs of Angels', and the longer, more epic tracks 'Bridges in the Sky' and 'Outcry'. The shorter, "metal" tracks such as 'Lost Not Forgotten' and 'Build Me Up, Break Me Down' show that guitarist John Petrucci can always be relied upon to produce riffs that put most metal bands to shame, and ballads like 'This is the Life' and 'Far from Heaven' soften the mood to enable listeners to catch their breath.With their eleventh studio outing comes a landmark release in Dream Theater's discography, which, while it's a remarkable piece of work in itself, will always be known as the first of the post-Portnoy era. It's a good sign that the band are ready to continue on, and can only leave one excited to see where they will go from here.
Malojurus
The best of the Dream Theater albums with Mike Mangini. I was inclined to give it a 4 at first because it's not quite as good as Dream Theater's masterworks like Images and Words, Awake, and Scenes From A Memory, but the album has a very fresh vibe I enjoy because (barring Build Me Up, Break Me Down) it sheds the nu-metal overtones of Systematic Chaos and Black Clouds, and goes back more to Dream Theater's roots. Some people have even charged that A Dramatic Turn Of Events is an intentional clone of Images and Words. They have a bit of a point with On The Backs Of Angels mirroring Pull Me Under, and Far From Heaven and Breaking All Illusions mirroring Wait For Sleep and Learning To Live, but other than that, the theory is pretty silly, because Build Me Up, Break Me Down doesn't even remotely sound like Another Day, and Images and Words has eight tracks rather than nine. Lost Not Forgotten also seems to have the most in common with Under A Glass Moon because of the Middle Eastern overtones, but the songs are not in the same spot on the tracklisting.I don't know how things went so astray for Dream Theater after this. It seemed like the creative juices were flowing (especially evident in the instrumental acrobatics of Lost Not Forgotten, Bridges In The Sky, and Outcry) and they had a bright future ahead of them, but the two albums subsequent to this were extremely lacking.
Malojurus
The best of the Dream Theater albums with Mike Mangini. I was inclined to give it a 4 at first because it's not quite as good as Dream Theater's masterworks like Images and Words, Awake, and Scenes From A Memory, but the album has a very fresh vibe I enjoy because (barring Build Me Up, Break Me Down) it sheds the nu-metal overtones of Systematic Chaos and Black Clouds, and goes back more to Dream Theater's roots. Some people have even charged that A Dramatic Turn Of Events is an intentional clone of Images and Words. They have a bit of a point with On The Backs Of Angels mirroring Pull Me Under, and Far From Heaven and Breaking All Illusions mirroring Wait For Sleep and Learning To Live, but other than that, the theory is pretty silly, because Build Me Up, Break Me Down doesn't even remotely sound like Another Day, and Images and Words has eight tracks rather than nine. Lost Not Forgotten also seems to have the most in common with Under A Glass Moon because of the Middle Eastern overtones, but the songs are not in the same spot on the tracklisting.I don't know how things went so astray for Dream Theater after this. It seemed like the creative juices were flowing (especially evident in the instrumental acrobatics of Lost Not Forgotten, Bridges In The Sky, and Outcry) and they had a bright future ahead of them, but the two albums subsequent to this were extremely lacking.