Dream Theater – Constant Motion
Multitrack WAV SAMPLES | 332 MB
Constant Motion was the debut single from Dream Theater’s 2007 album Systematic Chaos, produced by John Petrucci and Mike Portnoy. It is also accompanied by a music video. The band hadn’t produced a music video since Hollow Years from Falling into Infinity in 1997, citing lack of interest and lack of rotation on music channels for the latter. The video has received considerable airplay on MTV2’s Headbangers Ball, and is arguably Dream Theater’s most popular video since Pull Me Under in 1992. According to Chaos in Progress: The Making of Systematic Chaos, the working title of this song was “Song #2” or “Korma Chameleon”. As with its previous track, Forsaken, Constant Motion explores various complex time changes. For example, the guitar riffs in the introduction of the song vary between 5/4, 6/4, 15/8 and 20/8 in select parts. Most of the song remains in the standard 4/4 time.
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