DREAM THEATER's PORTNOY, PETRUCCI On VH1 CLASSIC's 'Metal Mania': Video Available
VH1 Classic's episode of "Metal Mania" co-hosted by DREAM THEATER's Mike Portnoy (drums) and John Petrucci (guitar) alongside VH1 Classic VJ Eddie Trunk, shot on August 3, has been posted online in three parts at YouTube.com.
Released this past Tuesday (August 29) via Rhino, DREAM THEATER's "Score" 3-CD and 2-DVD sets are available separately. Both versions will contain the entire "20th Anniversary World Tour" grand finale recorded live at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on April 1, 2006 (nearly three hours of music — over 90 minutes of which was performed with a full orchestra). The DVD also contains a one-hour documentary tracking the entire career of the band from the very beginnings at the Berklee College Of Music in 1985 all the way to the Radio City Music Hall grand finale. It also features rare, never-before-seen footage and interviews with current and previous members of the band, plus several live bonus tracks from through the years taken from the archives of Mike Portnoy.
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