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February 19, 2006


I agree with your take, Dan: DP-MIJ is material evidence that something was happening in Rock in the Seventies that hasn't happened since. They were inventing it as they were playing it.

But besides the question of why would anyone (even Dream Theater) want to take on the challenge of recreating MIJ, is the question of why you would want to attempt time travel! That record was created during a unique window of time, which was arguably the only moment when it could have occurred.

I like nostalgia as much as the next guy, but some things should just be left in the past.

I agree. The odds of hearing "Made in Japan" at a '00s mainstream party or event would be a million to one.

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