This is a complete list of songs by American progressive metal band Dream Theater. As of , Dream Theater has released fourteen studio albums. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: Dream Theater discography. Retrieved 20 January Dream Theater. Greatest Hit And 21 Other Pretty Cool Songs. A Change of Seasons. Book Category. Categories : Dream Theater Lists of songs recorded by American artists. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version.
Italiano Shqip Suomi Edit links. Originally written in and supposed to appear on Images and Words , but cut due to the album already being too long. The original version was never officially released. Extended intro added to "The Mirror". Only played live during the Waking Up the World Tour and never officially released. When Dream and Day Unite. Majesty Demos. Two versions exist for this song: The original version released on The Majesty Demos A reworked version with Charlie Dominici on vocals.
A remixed version was released as a promo single. This song was written while Chris Collins was in the band and originally featured his lyrics and a different vocal melody, although the song title was the same.
Falling Into Infinity. Live at the Marquee. Instrumental that connected "Another Day" and "The Killing Hand" when performed live in and Also was used as the intro to "The Killing Hand" on later tours. Appears on the Score live album. Train of Thought. Improvisation jam. A Dramatic Turn of Events. Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence. John Myung and John Petrucci. Falling into Infinity. The original demo version is 9 minutes long and included a mellow introduction and most of what became Hell's Kitchen.
James LaBrie and John Petrucci. Released as a single. A music video was made for this song. Falling into Infinity Demos. Cut from the final album. When Dream and Day Unite Demos. While this song had lyrics, and the song was performed live with Chris, the only "proper" recordings of this song that exist are instrumental demos. Never officially released. James LaBrie re-recorded vocals for this song in which were added to the original demo for a fanclub CD release.
The Silent Man. Initially performed live in Recorded during the Awake sessions but cut from the final album. Appears as a B-side on The Silent Man single. Original epic sequel to Metropolis pt. I and intended for the Falling into Infinity album.
Lyrics were never written and this version of the song was abandoned once they decided to expand it into a full album, which became Metropolis Pt. Featuring Lizzy Hale on vocals. Released as a promo single.
A music video was made for the song. Awake sessions. Intro part of "The Mirror", and also the working title of this song. Falling into Infinity Demos , Score. A live version appears on the Score live album. Last song to be recorded with Mike Portnoy. Part four of the Twelve-step Suite. Metropolis Pt. John Petrucci and Mike Portnoy. Overture" "II. About to Crash" "III. Goodnight Kiss" "VI. Solitary Shell" "VII. Charlie Dominici and John Petrucci. Part one of the Twelve-step Suite. Part three of the Twelve-step Suite.
Part five of the Twelve-step Suite. Part two of the Twelve-step Suite. Lie , Greatest Hit John Petrucci , Kevin Moore. Originally written in A demo recorded in Separate versions featuring the vocals of John Hendricks and Steve Stone with the same backing track were released on the Images and Words Demos official bootleg. A high quality demo recorded before the Images and Words sessions in Released on the Images and Words Demos official bootleg.
A version recorded during the Awake sessions. Appears on the Lie single and on the Greatest Hit Released as the Wither EP. A version with John Petrucci singing with the same album backing track also exists, as does a completely separate version on piano and vocals only. John Petrucci and Desmond Child.
Hollow Years , Falling Into Infinity sessions. Live Scenes from New York. Mashup of "Caught in a Web" and "New Millennium". Played in during the Metropolis tour. Served as the initial basis for what later became the song "New Millennium".
Live at Budokan. Played during the World Tourbulence and Train of Thought tours. Chaos in Motion Played as an encore song for most of the shows of the Chaos in Motion tour. Played during the Scenes from a Memory and Metropolis tours.