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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Dream Theater
  • 1992-09-27
  • Majestic Homecoming
  • Limelight
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • New York
  • NY
  • USA
  • DVD
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Rec 1
  • Fair
  • Prevost3000
  • 16th of October 2008
  • Artist: Dream Theater Title: Majestic Homecoming Date: 1992-09-27 City/State: New York City, NY Country: United States Venue: Limelight Taped By: Unknown Catalog: Nickeh Productions 007 Format: NTSC Discs: 1 DVD Lineage: Maxell GX Silver VHS (Unknown, Likely High Gen)>LiteOn DDA100-GX DVD Recorder>Source (TAC) Source > Authoring with TMPGEnc > Finished Product (Nickeh) Setlist: Disc One 1. Metropolis Pt. 1 2. Under a Glass Moon 3. Only a Matter of Time 4. Surrounded 5. Pull Me Under 6. The Ytse Jam 7. Moonbubbles 8. Another Day 9. Another Hand/The Killing Hand 10. Take the Time 11. Wait for Sleep 12. Learning to Live Notes: I'm a lucky man. Not every day a new video source from the early nineties just happens to float across your desk, especially not of a band you love, and of a show of great historical signifigance to a band. But that's what happened here, this is a nearly complete video of Dream Theater's very first show in support of their breakthrough second album Images and Words. This show would kick off a tour inspired by the success of Pull Me Under that wouldn't end for another 14 months. The reason I came across the source, and where the thanks for this goes is TAC. We came to know each other using the same forum, and being an old school taper/trader who had since retired from mainstream taping he offered to send me a bunch of old masters that needed transferred and old video footage that might be uncirculated or lower generations then stuff that was out there in exchange for current Dream Theater audio and video to see how the guys were doing these days. Well first I went through and dealt with all the audio he sent me, and only now many months later have been going through the video, and this is the one gem that stuck out like a sore thumb. Not exactly a gem in terms of quality, as the sound isn't great and there is a squeel of sorts throughout, and the video is very grainy. It's shot fairly well, and worth having on the historical signifigance in itself I think. I had originally hoped to upgrade the audio on this, but unfortunately the best audio source of the show ran at a different speed than the video, which is more than likely the videos fault. The very beginning of Metropolis is missing. Please do not trade this video in a lossy format. As said in the lineage, this is probably a higher gen video, 3rd or higher, so if you have a lower generation vhs please contact me. Nickeh ( (email: