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Dream Theater: Chaos in Motion (2008)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Music | Video 30 September 2008
A compilation of live concerts, recorded between June 2007 and June 2008, from their world tour supporting their "Systematic Chaos" album.

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A compilation of live concerts, recorded between June 2007 and June 2008, from their world tour supporting their "Systematic Chaos" album.

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3 hrs of music, talent, melody, rock, metal,...oh just plain good Dream Theater
27 September 2013 | by (Québec, Canada) – See all my reviews

My rating might influence two things: the fact that I'm of the biggest fan of Dream Theater and that this is not a movie, it's a music show. But I don't care, I watch concerts like if they were movies so... And plus, this one is not even one single show, it's three hours of music played live in a bunch of different cities with tons of bonuses and documentaries. But I still watch this like if it was a movie, see like putting the DVD in the player, press Play in the menu, making some popcorn and a beer on the side. But that's probably the bad side (so not important it is) of this show. It would be perfect if it was one single show, and this brings aspects like the image quality of the songs, which some of them is just bad. But you know what? I still don't care. This video is perfect even with all the small imperfections. It is definitely my favourite music DVD so far.


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