Dream Theater – Beyond This Life

My personal favorite from the album “Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory”. Scene Four: Beyond This Life We learn the newspaper account of what happened in 1928. The story is that an anonymous witness heard a horrifying sound and upon reaching the scene of the sound discovered a woman who’d been shot dead, and the shooter standing over her. The witness tried to help, but the man shot himself next. The newspaper account talks of a sad close to a broken love affair. This indicates that the victim and the murderer are identified as previous or maybe even current lovers. The paper goes on to explain that Victoria and her lover had recently broken up due to his decadent lifestyle; it’s later suggested that gambling and/or drug addiction might be of significance. Julian later drops a liquor bottle in scene 9, so it’s possible his habit was drinking. It’s also indicated that Victoria would have taken him back if he’d straighten up his lifestyle. The article speculates that the murder may have been premeditated. Next we read an account of the physical evidence at the scene. There is evidence of a ‘violent struggle’ and a switchblade is found. The switchblade causes some confusion, because the victim is a young girl and typically you wouldn’t expect a young girl in 1928 to be carrying a switchblade, unless she was anticipating a need to defend herself. Also found, in the killer’s pocket, is a written note. It clearly reads that Victoria’s lover would rather take his own life
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Dream Theater – Far From Heaven (JOKE Vocal Cover By Vinnie)

This video is for entertainment purposes only. No copyright infringment intended as Dream Theater and Roadrunner own the rights to the original song. I will NOT benefit in any monetary way from this cover. Hi. I am Vinnie. Here is a cover of Dream Theater’s new ballad called “Far From Heaven”. It is cool. I do all the “music” (mostly piano). LadyElise666 handles the lead vocals. TickleMeTersh hath graced us with the picture. Good? This is dreamy…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Dirty South – Walking On A Dream vs. Blow Up @ Beyond Wonderland 2011

Dirty South playing Empire Of The Sun’s Walking On A Dream vs. Hard Rock Sofa & St. Brothers’ Blow Up (Thomas Gold vs. Axwell Remix) @ Beyond Wonderland at the NOS Center on 3-19-11. Beyond Wonderland 2011 was put together by Insomniac Events. Queen’s Domain stage featured Kaskade, Dirty South, Funkagenda, Calvin Harris, Manufactured Superstars, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Adrian Lux and Peace Treaty. Madhatter’s Castle stage featured Cosmic Gate, Christopher Lawrence, Andy Moor, Simon Patterson, Judge Julez, Infected Mushroom, Showtek and Space Rockerz. Cheshire Woods stage featured Bad Boy Bill, Congorock, Donald Glaude, Kill The Noise, Porter Robinson, Zedd and Savoy.