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Ayreon

The Dream Sequencer

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Category: Progressive Metal

Year: 2000

Label: Inside Out America

Catalog Number: IOMACD 2015

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Personnel
Arjen Anthony Lucassen electric and acoustic guitars, bass guitar, analog synthesizers, Mellotron, Hammond and additional keyboards, all guitar solos and synth melodies, vocals on track 8
Rob Snijders drums
Erik Norlander analog synthesizers, piano, vocoder voice, Hammond and additional keyboards, synth solo on tracks 1, 4, & 6

Guest Singers
Johan Edlund track 2
Floor Jansen track 2
Lana Lane, tracks 3 & 6, voice on track 1, backing vocals on tracks 4 & 5
Edward Reekers track 4
Mouse track 5
Jacqueline Govaert track 7
Damian Wilson track 9
Neal Morse track 10
Mark McCrite backing vocals on track 10

Peter Siedlach strings
Clive Nolan synth solo on track 3
Tracks
1.  The Dream Sequencer  5.08:
2.  My House on Mars  7.49:
3.  2084  7.42:
4.  One Small Step  8.46:
5.  The Shooting Company of Captain Frans B. Cocq  7.57:
6.  Dragon on the Sea  7.09:
7.  Temple of the Cat  4.11:
8.  Carried by the Wind  3.59:
9.  And the Druids Turn to Stone  6.36:
10.  The First Man on Earth  7.19:
11.  The Dream Sequencer Reprise  3.36:
  
Total Running Time:  67.0033333333333:43

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rycheage Date: June 19, 2003 at 20:50
Told in two parts, Ayreon's Universal Migrator tale is a musical journey through time and space. Disc one, The Dream Sequencer is the symphonic prog side of Arjen Lucassen's theme, where the music often takes on very Pink Floyd-like atmospheres.

From: -- Date: August 26, 2003 at 5:02
Great calaboration of iffretn musitions

From: Globan Date: June 12, 2004 at 12:34
I have been wondering about this progressive band for a while now. At this minute I am searching for some of their avaliable albums. 'The Dream Sequencer' being my first choice due to how the past posts on this site have spoke about it. At the minute I am attempting a download on one of their samples from the album. Are these people worth spending time and money searching for? Or are they just another everyday progressive rock band? Glo.


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