03:31 - !J.O.O.E.! Oh yeah, to lower it to black you have to die in body form apparently. I think that would have meant grinding for some kind of stone.
03:28 - !J.O.O.E.! Not really sure. I never understood how the tendency thing works [link]
03:26 - Zaphod By the way Joe, correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that executioner required black tendency and to get that you simply had to die a bunch of time in body-form. At least that's how I remember it.
03:20 - Zaphod By the way, I'm trying to get into ambient music after hearing that new WITTR, any experts wanna give me some suggestions based on me liking that album?
03:18 - !J.O.O.E.! I think the only way to do it was to beat the first boss without dying. I died quite a few times before I even got to it.
03:17 - Zaphod I'm pretty sure you could change it without internet. I usually had to play offline since our internet was shit at the time and I have the platinum trophy, which required you to alter it sometimes.
01. New Millennium 02. You Not Me 03. Peruvian Skies 04. Hollow Years 05. Burning My Soul 06. Hell's Kitchen 07. Lines In The Sand 08. Take Away My Pain 09. Just Let Me Breathe 10. Anna Lee 11. Trial Of Tears 1 - It's Raining 2 - Deep In Heaven 3 - The Wasteland 12. Take Away My Pain [demo][Japanese bonus] 13. Speak To Me [demo][Japanese bonus]
"Falling Into Infinity" is Dream Theater's fourth full-length album and it was released in 1997, following the very complicated "Awake". So what could you expect more from this record? Surely a lot seeing the amazing work produced on "Awake". And their music meets again fans' expectations while bringing new people into their pool of listeners. Why? Let's see...
It would be much much better if they would be given the freedom. Damn record labels But still, very enjoayble
record label had nothing to do with how they sounded on this album and the sort of songs they wrote. It was the band themselves that wanted to go down that road.
No Ravenous is right. The band told about this in their documentary "The Score So Far..." 20th Anniversary Documentary from the Score live DVD. They said they couldn't release some songs that they intended to be on the CD. Raise the Knife is one of those songs (they played the song on the Score DVD). See the clip here (starts at 1:40 minutes).