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To Live Forever Bad U2 cover Running Time: Dream Theater circa Band name is still Majesty. Dream Theater is a 5-man progressive metal band hailing from the USA. They have been in the industry for almost 25years. They then hooked up with keyboardist Kevin Moore and vocalist former Charlie Dominici to form Majesty. After a few shows during their first album release, the band felt that they had to release Charlie from the band due to his vocal limitations. It took 2 years before the got a replacement vocalist by the name of James LaBrie from Canada.
The album was released in received numerous praises from fans and critics alike. By , the band then released their 3rd album, Awake. But Once in a LIVEtime may be a breath of fresh air if you've had it with smug alterna-wannabes who can hardly play, or if you long for the glory days of Yes or ELP in other words, the music punk rock tried to annihilate. Highlights include their instrumental tour de force "Ytse Jam," as well as the fan favorites "Pull Me Under," "Lie," "Metropolis," and certain portions of their lengthy "A Change of Seasons" composition.