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Ayreon - The Theory of Everything (2013)
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Ayreon - The Theory of Everything (2013) [Bonus DVD]


Arjen Anthony Lucassen released the last album on the Ayreon moniker back in 2008. Since then he has kept his creative spirit alive working
on various other projects. Now he returns with the latest Ayreon opus
entitled, “The Theory of Everything” and for someone who has a long
career based on big, grandiose epic productions, “The Theory of
Everything” may just be his biggest and most thoughtful yet. It is
always interesting to see some of the musicians Arjen uses on the Ayreon
albums and “The Theory of Everything” is no different. Some amazing
singers make appearances here including: Tommy Karevik from Kamelot,
Marco Hietala from Nightwish, John Wetton from Asia, King Crimson and
Uriah Heep, Cristina Scabbia from Lacuna Coil and Sara Squadrani from
Ancient Bards. The list of musicians is even more impressive reading
like a prog rock super group: Rick Wakeman (Yes), Keith Emerson (ELP),
Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater) and Steve Hackett (Genesis) to name a few.
The talent assembled here is mind boggling.
“The Theory of Everything” consists of four songs (or phases as they’re
referred to) spread out over 2-discs and 90-minutes. This is a true rock
opera. Each singer plays their part and the songs flow seamlessly from
one to the other to move the story along. This album reminds me of when I
was a young lad and artists actually released albums that you could
delve into and become immersed in and listen to from front to back to
front again. The talent truly makes the songs come alive throughout this
rock opera.

The limited edition also comes with a bonus DVD with a making of feature, full length interviews and the
recording session time lapse footage, which is interesting for all who
wonders how a project like this comes about.



"The Theory Of Everything" recording lineup:

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 and low flute
* Arjen Anthony Lucassen - electric and acoustic guitars, bass guitar, mandolin and keyboards.



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Ayreon - The Theory Of Everything (2013) [4CD+DVD] {InsideOut Limited Deluxe Artbook Edition}

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Rock / Prog-Rock / Neo-Prog / Progressive Metal / Heavy Metal

2013 album from Dutch singer, songwriter and musician Arjen Anthony Lucassen AKA
Ayreon. Deluxe artbook edition worthy of this album's lavish and
grandiose musical content. This includes the double CD album and a DVD
featuring a "making of" feature, full-length interview segments, and a
time-lapse view of the recording session. Plus a whole other double CD
featuring entirely instrumental versions of all the songs, all packaged
in a gorgeous artbook package. Artbook is LP-sized with a 48-page
booklet. In his latest Ayreon release, The Theory of Everything, Dutch
multi-instrumentalist, composer, singer and producer Arjen Anthony
Lucassen unveils a completely revamped conceptual universe for Ayreon.
Gone are the complicated story lines featuring sci-fi, aliens and
time-travel; in their place is a real-world drama set in the here and

The master of concept albums/metal operas/metal musicals (however you want to call
them, it`s fine. Cause you really can`t put it in one little labeled
box, right?) Arjen Anthony Lucassen is back with his AYREON project and
“The Theory Of Everything”. As we all know by now, it`s another album
where each character of the story being portrayed by one singer. It
comes five years after its predecessor “01011001” which concluded the
original AYREON story. “The Theory of Everything” is the beginning of
completely new storyline for the project. Unlike the previous sci-fi
concept albums, it`s set in a realistic world.

The album is consisted of four 20+ minutes tracks (or Phases, as they`re
named on album) “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 complicated 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. If you`re anything like me, you`d
wouldn`t want anyone to spoil the enjoyment of discovering the storyline
yourself (it would be same as if I told you the ending of the movie you
eagerly wanted to see).

“Phase I: Singularity” is the beginning of the story of The Prodigy
(portrayed by Tommy Karevik, KAMELOT, SEVENTH WONDER), a boy genius that
started working on the Theory of Everything thanks to his incredible
ability in mathematics. The rest of important characters are introduced
in this phase, such as The Father (Michael Mills, TOEHIDER), The Mother
(Christina Scabbia, LACUNA COIL), The Girl (Sara Squadrani, ANCIENT
BARDS), The Rival (Marco Hietala, NIGHTWISH, TAROT) and The Teacher (JB,
GRAND MAGUS). Musically heavy and bit dark, part of “Phase I:
Singularity” is the amazing instrumental “Progressive Waves” with
incredible keyboard solo by Keith Emerson (ex- EMERSON, LAKE &
PALMER) and amazing drum work by Jordan Rudess (DREAM THEATER).

“Phase II: Symmetry” carries quite similar sound like the previous phase, but also
introduces one more character The Psychiatrist (John Welton, ASIA). It`s
more electronically influenced than first phase, and more acoustic,
which get clear with the acoustic sounding “The Consultation” that opens
this phase. The folkish sounding “The Rival`s Dilemma” has one of the
catchiest melodies, with great vocal performance by Marco Hietala.
“Quantum Chaos” is one of the best instrumental tracks from this phase,
with great guitar solos.

“Phase III: Entanglement” opens with slow instrumental “Fluctuation” and
whistles played by amazing Troy Donockley (NIGHTWISH). This phase
carries the lighter sound, which changes from synths atmospheres to
orchestral soundtrack like parts. One of the best tracks here is
“Magnetism” with pipes played by who else than Troy (man just brings the
incredible magic with his instruments). “Phase III: Entanglement” is
definitely the best segment of the album with amazing diversity of

“Phase IV: Unification” is the grand finale of the album, opening with “Mirror of
Dreams” acoustic Folkish track with female vocals. “The Parting” with
it`s amazing guitar solo by Steve Hackett (ex-GENESIS) and simply
incredible vocal performance by Mills is one of the highlights of this
segment. “The Theory of Everything part 3” completes the concept of the
album, rounds the storyline, before the last track “The Blackboard
(Reprise)” which takes us back to the beginning, leaving the space for
possible sequel of the story.

Most of the times there are jumps in mood, genre etc. in the middle of
the song, which is quite typical for an AYREON release. The album runs
from extremely heavy to folky interludes with classical overtones
through. It`s quite impossible to listen it by skipping a single track.
This is the album that you must listen in one take to get the whole
experience. And when you get to the end of it, you`ll probably have the
desire to listen to it all over again, just to make sure that you caught
everything this album offers.

“The Theory Of Everything” may not be storyline connected to the
previous AYREON releases, but sure it`s all here that you expect form
AYREON album. Amazing music, amazing musicians and vocalists, and
extraordinary story. It may not be for everyone, but if you like
grandiose and challenging music you shouldn’t miss out this release.

Vocalists: (in Order of Appearance)

- 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

- Ed Warby (Hail of Bullets, Gorefest) / drums
- Rick Wakeman (Yes) / keyboards
- Keith Emerson (ELP) / 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, contrabass flute
- Siddharta Barnhoorn / orchestrations
- Michael Mills (Toehider) / Irish bouzouki
- Wilmer Waarbroek / backing vocals
- Arjen Anthony Lucassen / electric and acoustic guitars, bass, mandolin, analog synthesizers, Hammond, Solina strings


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
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

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

01. The Making of the Theory of Everything (48:30)
02. Full-length interviews (31:50)
03. Recording Session Time Lapse footage (12:28)

01. Prologue: The Blackboard (instrumental version)
02. The Theory of Everything part 1 (instrumental version)
03. Patterns (instrumental version)
04. The Prodigy’s World (instrumental version)
05. The Teacher’s Discovery (instrumental version)
06. Love and Envy (instrumental version)
07. Progressive Waves (instrumental version)
08. The Gift (instrumental version)
09. The Eleventh Dimension (instrumental version)
10. Inertia (instrumental version)
11. The Theory of Everything part 2 (instrumental version)
12. The Consultation (instrumental version)
13. Diagnosis (instrumental version)
14. The Argument 1 (instrumental version)
15. The Rival’s Dilemma (instrumental version)
16. Surface Tension (instrumental version)
17. A Reason to Live (instrumental version)
18. Potential (instrumental version)
19. Quantum Chaos (instrumental version)
20. Dark Medicine (instrumental version)
21. Alive! (instrumental version)
22. The Predition (instrumental version)

01. Fluctuations (instrumental version)
02. Transformation (instrumental version)
03. Collision (instrumental version)
04. Side Effects (instrumental version)
05. Frequency Modulation (instrumental version)
06. Magnetism (instrumental version)
07. Quid Pro Quo (instrumental version)
08. String Theory (instrumental version)
09. Fortune? (instrumental version)
10. Mirror Of Dreams (instrumental version)
11. The Lighthouse (instrumental version)
12. The Argument 2 (instrumental version)
13. The Parting (instrumental version)
14. The Visitation (instrumental version)
15. The Breakthrough (instrumental version)
16. The Note (instrumental version)
17. The Uncertainty Principle (instrumental version)
18. Dark Energy (instrumental version)
19. The Theory of Everything part 3 (instrumental version)
20. The Blackboard (reprise) (instrumental version)

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