DREAM THEATER: More Bonn Photos Available

Germany's Sounds2Move.de web site has uploaded more photos from DREAM THEATER's June 16, 2007 concert at Museumsufer in Bonn, Germany. As previously reported, DREAM THEATER celebrated the 15-year anniverary of its classic 1992 album "Images and Words" by performing the LP in its entirety at last night's show. The group's setlist was as follows:

01. Overture 1928
02. Strange Deja-Vu
03. Panik Attack
04. Constant Motion
05. Forsaken
06. Pull me Under
07. Another Day
08. Take the Time
09. Surrounded
10. Metropolis, Pt. 1
11. Under a Glass Moon
12. Wait for Sleep
13. Learning to Live
14. The Spirit Carries On
15. As I Am

Check out more pictures at www.rocknroll-reporter.com.

DREAM THEATER previously played the entire "Images and Words" album on Day Two of the Gods Of Metal festival on June 3 in Italy.


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