The Answer Lies Within.
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The Answer Lies Within
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If this one and the title track were your favorites off the album, I'd suggest starting with DT12, it has a lot of very accessible 5-ish minute songs. Obviously everyone's going to tell you you need to listen to Images and Words, Scenes From A Memory and Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence which are generally considered their top 3 albums , but I think their self-titled album which also happens to be their latest is the best start for you.
I really don't get why people don't like it, to me it's one of their best songs. When times are tough or when I'm going through a rough period, the lyrics are pretty uplifting. Unfortunately some fans don't like the song but I always dig it when bands try new or different material. Weakest song on the CD and one of my bottom 10 DT tracks.
If this song was like 3 minutes long or something, it wouldnt be such a drag. As it is, it just kind of plods along: I feel like the opinion about this song brings out the worst kind of Dream Theater fans Anyways, this song is fine. In fact, I actually like it a lot and I even arranged an a cappella version of this song in college for a class assignment. Yes, but I'd rather see DT write a good ballad and showcase off good songwriting skills and musicality than waste that potential on another shred-fest sometimes. Their slow songs are always a good break from the chaos, and this song is certainly a fine example of such.
It's not because it's not a shred-fest full of technicality that I don't like it - there are plenty of slower-paced DT ballads I enjoy: TALW, while being very pretty musically, suffers from some pretty cheesy lyrics - which I can get past and actually enjoy some songs despite them see: The Dark Eternal Night. From my perspective, I don't really like these songs just because I'd rather be listening to something with more energy. I can appreciate it being a good song and accept it's necessity on a DT album, however.
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Opeth basically did the same thing on their heavy albums although those ones I actually do like listening to a lot. Labrie's voice always makes these songs sound a little Songs and albums of this technical ability need to breathe, you can't go into an album blazing fast and expect to hold your listeners attention for too long, unless they like that kind of stuff.
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Example- see Yngwie's acoustic guitar solo at G3 03 with Vai and Satch. Dream theater is much more than that. They're musicians before anything else.
Yes they have the chops, yes they're amazing at what they do and play fast. But guys, music is never about playing fast--it's about creating a tangible experience through an intangible material like sound. Honestly this song isn't bad.
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But I don't understand why it was placed immediately after the root of all evil. It interrupts the flow of the album pretty badly imo, just sorta slows down after the whole thing With Octavarium, Dream Theater attempted to produce more concise, retrained, slightly commercial songs, as they felt it was something that they had yet to properly address as a band.
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The Answer Lies Within is one of those songs. John Petrucci has said in interviews that he wrote the song for his children. Every track on Octavarium is written in a different key, to represent an entire octave.