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Ayreon - The Theory of Everything (2013)
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Ayreon - The Theory of Everything (2013)



Country:
Netherland
Genre: Progressive Metal
Quality: Mp3, СBR 192 kbps
Release Date: 22 October
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Tracklist:
1. Phase I: Singularity
I. Prologue: The Blackboard
II. The Theory of Everything part 1
III. Patterns
IV. The Prodigy’s World
V. The Teacher’s Discovery
VI. Love and Envy
VII. Progressive Waves
VIII. The Gift
IX. The Eleventh Dimension
X. Inertia
XI. The Theory of Everything part 2
2. Phase II: Symmetry
I. The Consultation
II. Diagnosis
III. The Argument 1
IV. The Rival’s Dilemma
V. Surface Tension
VI. A Reason to Live
VII. Potential
VIII. Quantum Chaos
IX. Dark Medicine
X. Alive!
XI. The Prediction
3. Phase III: Entanglement
I. Fluctuations
II. Transformation
III. Collision
IV. Side Effects
V. Frequency Modulation
VI. Magnetism
VII. Quid Pro Quo
VIII. String Theory
IX. Fortune?
4. Phase IV: Unification
I. Mirror of Dreams
II. The Lighthouse
III. The Argument 2
IV. The Parting
V. The Visitation
VI. The Breakthrough
VII. The Note
VIII. The Uncertainty Principle
IX. Dark Energy
X. The Theory of Everything part 3
XI. The Blackboard (reprise)

Vocalists
JB (Grand Magus) as The Teacher
Sara Squadrani (Ancient Bards) as The Girl
Michael Mills (Toehider) as The Father
Cristina Scabbia (Lacuna Coil) as The Mother
Tommy Karevik (Kamelot, Seventh Wonder) as The Prodigy
Marco Hietala (Nightwish, Tarot) as The Rival
John Wetton (Asia, King Crimson) as The Psychiatrist

Instrumentalists
Ed Warby (Hail of Bullets, Gorefest) – drums
Rick Wakeman (Yes) – keyboards
Keith Emerson (Emerson Lake and Palmer) – keyboards
Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater) – keyboards
Steve Hackett (Genesis) – lead guitar
Troy Donockley (Nightwish) – Whistles, Uilleann pipes
Ben Mathot (Dis) –violin
Maaike Peterse (Kingfisher Sky) – cello
Jeroen Goossens (Flairck) – flute , bass flute, piccolo, bamboo flute and contrabass flute
Siddharta Barnhoorn – orchestrations
Michael Mills (Toehider) – Irish Bouzouki
Wilmer Waarbroek – backing vocals
Arjen Anthony Lucassen – electric and acoustic guitars, bass guitar, mandolin, analog synthesizers,
Hammond, Solina Strings

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Ayreon - The Theory of Everything (Limited Edition) (2013)



INFO:

Ayreon is a musical project by Dutch songwriter, singer, multi-instrumentalist
musician and record producer Arjen Anthony Lucassen. Ayreon's music is
mostly heavy metal and progressive rock but combines them with genres
like folk, classical and electronica. The majority of Ayreon's albums
are dubbed "rock (or metal) operas" because the albums contain complex
storylines featuring a host of characters, usually with each one being
represented by a unique vocalist.


BANDMEMBERS:

Vocalists
JB (Grand Magus) as The Teacher
Sara Squadrani (Ancient Bards) as The Girl
Michael Mills (Toehider) as The Father
Cristina Scabbia (Lacuna Coil) as The Mother
Tommy Karevik (Kamelot, Seventh Wonder) as The Prodigy
Marco Hietala (Nightwish, Tarot) as The Rival
John Wetton (Asia, King Crimson) as The Psychiatrist

Instrumentalists
Ed Warby (Hail of Bullets, Gorefest) – drums
Rick Wakeman (Yes) – keyboards
Keith Emerson (Emerson Lake and Palmer) – keyboards
Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater) – keyboards
Steve Hackett (Genesis) – lead guitar
Troy Donockley (Nightwish) – Whistles, Uilleann pipes
Ben Mathot (Dis) –violin
Maaike Peterse (Kingfisher Sky) – cello
Jeroen Goossens (Flairck) – flute , bass flute, piccolo, bamboo flute and contrabass flute
Siddharta Barnhoorn – orchestrations
Michael Mills (Toehider) – Irish Bouzouki
Wilmer Waarbroek – backing vocals
Arjen Anthony Lucassen – electric and acoustic guitars, bass guitar, mandolin, analog synthesizers,
Hammond, Solina Strings


TRACKLIST:

1. Phase I: Singularity
I. Prologue: The Blackboard
II. The Theory of Everything part 1
III. Patterns
IV. The Prodigy’s World
V. The Teacher’s Discovery
VI. Love and Envy
VII. Progressive Waves
VIII. The Gift
IX. The Eleventh Dimension
X. Inertia
XI. The Theory of Everything part 2
2. Phase II: Symmetry
I. The Consultation
II. Diagnosis
III. The Argument 1
IV. The Rival’s Dilemma
V. Surface Tension
VI. A Reason to Live
VII. Potential
VIII. Quantum Chaos
IX. Dark Medicine
X. Alive!
XI. The Prediction
3. Phase III: Entanglement
I. Fluctuations
II. Transformation
III. Collision
IV. Side Effects
V. Frequency Modulation
VI. Magnetism
VII. Quid Pro Quo
VIII. String Theory
IX. Fortune?
4. Phase IV: Unification
I. Mirror of Dreams
II. The Lighthouse
III. The Argument 2
IV. The Parting
V. The Visitation
VI. The Breakthrough
VII. The Note
VIII. The Uncertainty Principle
IX. Dark Energy
X. The Theory of Everything part 3
XI. The Blackboard (reprise)


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Mastermind Arjen Anthony Lucassen is back with his grandest of all projects; the celebrated AYREON and “The Theory Of Everything”, a new
terrific progressive masterpiece.
As on all Ayreon albums, this is a conceptual double-CD, but unlike the
previous sci-fi storylines it's set in a more grounded, realistic world,
yet fascinating as as usual.

First of all, don't be afraid by the extensive tracklist; many of these are really short interludes, intros, etc.
“The Theory Of Everything” consists of four 'Phases'; “Singularity”,
“Symmetry”, “Entanglement” and “Unification”, that are further divided
into segments. The complete number of segments is 42, which equals to
the 'Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and
Everything' in 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy'.
The story is really intriguing, but to put it in short, let me quote the
words of Lucassen himself; 'it takes a look at the fine line between
the genius and madness, focusing on the conflicting desires of the
characters and the consequences of following their passions' That's just
enough to know before listening to the album and do not spoil the
enjoyment of discovering the storyline yourself.



Fans of Ayreon should know what to expect here. “The Theory Of
Everything” features seven guest singers and each plays a part in the
story. They are JB (Grand Magus) as the Teacher, Christina Scabbia
(Lacuna Coil) as the Mother, Michael Mills (Toehider) as the Father,
Tommy Karevik (Kamelot) as the Prodigy, Marco Hietala (Nightwish) as the
Rival, John Wetton (Asia/ex-King Crimson) as the Psychiatrist, and Sara
Squadrani (Ancient Bards) as the Girl.
Of these singers, the most impressive is the relatively unknown Sara
Squadrani. She performs on a large portion of the story and shines every
time, especially on "Love and Envy". I was also surprised to be so
enamored with the performance of Christina Scabbia. She's always had a
wonderful voice, but her performance in this record might be her finest.
Her harmonies with Squadrani stand out particularly on "Mirror of
Dreams".
This isn't to say only the performances by the female singers are worth
mentioning. Tommy Karevik's introduction in "The Prodigy's World" is one
of the strongest moments on the album.

Musically, “The Theory Of Everything” should be the most diverse
offering Lucassen's had a hand in, perhaps with the exception of his
solo record. This isn't as heavy as previous Ayreon titles, but it has
its driving moments like "Collision" and the Dream Theather-esque
"Frequency Modulation".
The aforementioned "Love and Envy" is a slower introspective song, while
"Diagnosis" is massive and a pompy, quite awesome indeed.
"Transformation" has a Middle Eastern feel to it, and "The Eleventh
Dimension" sounds like intergalactic renaissance faire music full of
synths and effects.
There's an amazing instrumentals as well, like "Progressive Waves", with
an featuring incredible keyboard solo by legend Keith Emerson and
fantastic drum fills by Ed Warby. All over the album we hear as well
great collaborations by Rick Wakeman (YES), Jordan Rudess (Dream
Theater), Steve Hackett (Genesis) and more.



“The Theory Of Everything” is another grandiose, almost perfect piece of
work from the brilliant brains of Arjen Anthony Lucassen.
It's a record that does require a time commitment. I'd say listeners
should treat it as a proper musical or film in a theater, so try to
experience it all in one sitting for the full effect. It's absolutely
worth it.
Often times there are jumps in mood, genre, etc, in the middle of a
song. This is fairly typical for an Ayreon release, and grand part of
its unique magic.
Highly Recommended.

DISC 1

Phase I: Singularity
01. Prologue: The Blackboard
02. The Theory Of Everything Part 1
03. Patterns
04. The Prodigy's World
05. The Teacher's Discovery
06. Love And Envy
07. Progressive Waves
08. The Gift
09. The Eleventh Dimension
10. Inertia
11. The Theory Of Everything Part 2

Phase II: Symmetry
12. The Consultation
13. Diagnosis
14. The Argument 1
15. The Rival's Dilemma
16. Surface Tension
17. A Reason To Live
18. Potential
19. Quantum Chaos
20. Dark Medicine
21. Alive!
22. The Prediction

DISC 2

Phase III: Entanglement
01. Fluctuations
02. Transformation
03. Collision
04. Side Effects
05. Frequency Modulation
06. Magnetism
07. Quid Pro Quo
08. String Theory
09. Fortune?

Phase IV: Unification
10. Mirror Of Dreams
11. The Lighthouse
12. The Argument 2
13. The Parting
14. The Visitation
15. The Breakthrough
16. The Note
17. The Uncertainty Principle
18. Dark Energy
19. The Theory Of Everything Part 3
20. The Blackboard (Reprise)

Vocalists (in order of appearance):
Janne "JB" Christoffersson (GRAND MAGUS) as The Teacher
Sara Squadrani (ANCIENT BARDS) as The Girl
Michael Mills (TOEHIDER) as The Father
Cristina Scabbia (LACUNA COIL) as The Mother
Tommy Karevik (KAMELOT, SEVENTH WONDER) as The Prodigy
Marko Hietala (NIGHTWISH) as The Rival
John Wetton (ASIA, KING CRIMSON) as The Psychiatrist

Ed Warby - drums
Rick Wakeman (YES) - keyboards
Keith Emerson (EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER) - keyboards
Jordan Rudess (DREAM THEATER) - keyboards
Steve Hackett (GENESIS) - lead guitar
Troy Donockley (BAD SHEPHERDS, NIGHTWISH) - Uilleann pipes, flute
Arjen Anthony Lucassen - electric and acoustic guitars, bass, mandolin and keyboards.

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