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Broadcast Archives (CD)
« on: March 18, 2019, 04:08:11 PM »
https://www.target.com/p/dream-theater-broadcast-archives-cd/-/A-54514676

Saw this while browsing the Target page. It looks like it was released earlier in the years but Target will get it later on.

https://www.amazon.com/Broadcast-Archives-6Cd-DREAM-THEATER/dp/B07LG1CB7M

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Re: Broadcast Archives (CD)
« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2019, 04:19:53 PM »
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Re: Broadcast Archives (CD)
« Reply #2 on: March 18, 2019, 04:28:26 PM »
Is this a legit product?  Im curious what shows/songs are included here, says full concerts from 93, 95, and 99.

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This 6 CD set captures classic-era Dream Theater while performing live at various junctures in the earlier part of their career, specifically in 1993, 1995 and 1999, with full shows included from each of these years. All recorded for FM Radio Broadcast, resulting in perfect audio quality throughout, this boxed set will prove a very welcome reminder for fans of this enormously talented group of what a truly extraordinary musical phenomena they have always been within a live setting.

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Re: Broadcast Archives (CD)
« Reply #3 on: March 18, 2019, 04:53:09 PM »
http://www.progrock.co.uk/Mobile/dream-theater-the-broadcast-archives-6-cd-c2x28232405

Track Listing:
CD 1: 1. Laura Palmer's Theme (4:30) / 2. Metropolis - Part 1 (The Miracle And The Sleeper) (10:00) / 3. Overture 1928 (3:25) / 4. Strange Deja Vu (4:59) / 5. Lifting Shadows Off A Dream (6:52) / 6. Just Let Me Breathe (6:44) / 7. Peruvian Skies (7:37) / 8. Through My Words (1:04) / 9. Fatal Tragedy (6:49) / 10. Erotomania (1:37) / 11. Paradigm Shift (1:46) / 12. Universal Mind (3:46) / 13. Hollow Years (6:15)

CD 2: 1. Another Day (4:36) / 2. Home (15:08) / 3. Pull Me Under (4:08) / 4. Under A Glass Moon (2:29) / 5. A Fortune In Lies (2:28) / 6. Only A Matter Of Time (2:17) / 7. Take The Time (5:12) / 8. Hell's Kitchen (4:44) / 9. Biaxident (7:58) / 10. Paradigm Shift (9:06) / 11. New Millenium (8:39)

CD 3: 1. Pull Me Under (8:55) / 2. 6:00 (6:03) / 3. Take The Time (14:14) / 4. Caught In A Web/Drum Solo (9:22) / 5. Lifting Shadows Off A Dream (13:51)

CD 4: 1. A Crack In The Mirror/The Mirror (14:30) / 2. Happy Birthday John Myung (1:16) / 3. Another Day (4:57) / 4. A Mind Beside Itself: I. Erotomania (6:44) / 5. A Mind Beside Itself: II. Voices (12:01) / 6. A Mind Beside Itself: III. The Silent Man (4:18) / 7. Metropolis, Part 1: The Miracle And The Sleeper (10:24)

CD 5: 1. Metropolis, Part 1: The Miracle And The Sleeper (10:02) / 2. Under A Glass Moon (7:51) / 3. A Fortune In Lies (5:35) / 4. Wait For Sleep/Surrounded (9:10) / 5. Puppies On Acid/Take The Time (12:55) / 6. To Live Forever/Drum Solo (18:36)

CD 6: 1. Status Seeker (04:45) / 2. Another Day (05:15) / 3. Pull Me Under (10:07) / 4. Jam (04:54) / 5. Learning To Live (13:11) / 6. DJ Outro (01:33)

Found this eBay listing as well, so it's out at least in Europe, I think.

Also, searching MP's Tourography, I've found the following...

Discs 1 and 2 seem like they come from the last 1999 European leg of the SFAM tour, where they encored with the "When Images And Words Unite" medley, but anything after "Take The Time" looks like a bonus track. So tracks 8-11 on disc 2 are bonus tracks, and in fact, "Hell's Kitchen" was only ever played live 4 times by DT, in December 1998, so it's interesting to see it here. I also can't seem to find when DT would have played "Biaxident", but "Paradigm Shift" might come from the same 12/29/98 NY show that "Hell's Kitchen" might come from.

Discs 3 and 4 look like they're from the Waking Up The World tour from January 24th, 1995, at Saitama Japan. Seems like the show was made available for Japanese Pay-Per-View, and is widely available on videotape, as well as many bootleg CDs. Looking up JM's birthday also helped narrow this one down.

Discs 5 and 6 look like the Milwaukee 6/29/1993 radio broadcast on WLZR, from the Summerfest Rock Stage, and is available on several boots. The song titled "Jam" here is actually "Eve", played before "Learning To Live".

EDIT - I am dumb. The image in the eBay auction comes up clearer on my laptop than it did on my phone, so tl:dr

Discs 1 & 2 (1-7) = FM Broadcast recorded from Zwolle, Netherlands on November 11th, 1999
Disc 2 (8-11) = FM Broadcast recorded from MP's Drum Clinic in Hellendoorn, Netherlands on September 29th 1999
Discs 3 & 4 = Live Broadcast recorded in Tokyo, Japan on January 24th, 1995
Discs 5 & 6 = FM Broadcast recorded from Milwuakee, MI, USA on June 29th, 1993

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Re: Broadcast Archives (CD)
« Reply #4 on: March 18, 2019, 04:53:47 PM »
Is this a legit product?  Im curious what shows/songs are included here, says full concerts from 93, 95, and 99.

I would assume it is legit since Broadcast Archive does this kind of stuff. And this is what I found for tracklist:

DISC 1
01 Laura Palmer's Theme 4:30
02 Metropolis - Part 1 (the Miracle And The Sleeper) 10:00
03 Overture 1928 3:25
04 Strange Deja Vu 4:59
05 Lifting Shadows Off A Dream 6:52
06 Just Let Me Breathe 6:44
07 Peruvian Skies 7:37
08 Through My Words 1:04
09 Fatal Tragedy 6:49
10 Erotomania 1:37
11 Paradigm Shift 1:46
12 Universal Mind 3:46
13 Hollow Years 6:15
DISC 2
01 Another Day 4:36
02 Home 15:08
03 Pull Me Under 4:08
04 Under A Glass Moon 2:29
05 A Fortune In Lies 2:28
06 Only A Matter Of Time 2:17
07 Take The Time 5:12
08 Hell's Kitchen 4:44
09 Biaxident 7:58
10 Paradigm Shift 9:06
11 New Millenium 8:39
DISC 3
01 Pull Me Under 8:55
02 6:00 6:03
03 Take The Time 14:14
04 Caught In A Web/drum Solo 9:22
05 Lifting Shadows Off A Dream 13:51
DISC 4
01 A Crack In The Mirror/the Mirror 14:30
02 Happy Birthday John Myung 1:16
03 Another Day 4:57
04 A Mind Beside Itself: I. Erotomania 6:44
05 A Mind Beside Itself: Ii. Voices 12:01
06 A Mind Beside Itself: Iii. The Silent Man 4:18
07 Metropolis Part 1: The Miracle And The Sleeper 10:24
DISC 5
01 Metropolis
02 Part 1: The Miracle And The Sleeper 10:02
03 Under A Glass Moon 7:51
04 A Fortune In Lies 5:35
05 Wait For Sleep/surrounded 9:10
06 Puppies On Acid/take The Time 12:55
07 To Live Forever/drum Solo 18:36
DISC 6
01 Status Seeker 04:45
02 Another Day 05:15
03 Pull Me Under 10:07
04 Jam 04:54
05 Learning To Live 13:11
06 Dj Outro 01:33

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Re: Broadcast Archives (CD)
« Reply #5 on: March 18, 2019, 06:37:00 PM »
For me, getting the 93 version of Status Seeker is worth the price alone.
Can't we find the minds
to lead us closer to the heart?

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Re: Broadcast Archives (CD)
« Reply #6 on: March 19, 2019, 07:50:49 PM »
These were bootlegs. I guess they are now gray area loophole euro releases.  (There's a video for the "95 show too.)

The only one I don't think I have is the one from '99 but I might have it, just not on a silver.

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Re: Broadcast Archives (CD)
« Reply #7 on: March 20, 2019, 09:48:29 AM »
The shit on the second disc after Take The Time were recorded at a Drum Clinic.

Disc 1-2 are available to listen to on Google Music for some reason. It makes me laugh as the album cover used on Google Music is a Sherinian era photo, when it's obviously post Sherinian.


"Live at Ijsselhallen, Zwolle, Netherlands 1999"
"Live at the Mike Portnoy Drum Clinic, De Lantaarn, Hellendoorn, Netherlands 1999"
I just don't understand what they were trying to achieve with any part of the song, either individually or as a whole. You know what? It's the Platypus of Dream Theater songs. That bill doesn't go with that tail, or that strange little furry body, or those webbed feet, and oh god why does it have venomous spurs!? And then you find out it lays eggs too. The difference is that the Platypus is somehow functional despite being a crazy mishmash or leftover animal pieces

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