Three Minute Warning (Parts 1-5)

Album: Liquid Tension Experiment (1998)


  • Liquid Tension Experiment is a side project of members of Dream Theater. "Three Minute Warning" is a reference to the recording sessions where bassist Tony Levin wanted to improvise while Dream Theater members John Petrucci and Mike Portnoy wanted to carefully write songs. Levin eventually told the others that if they didn't start to jam in 3 minutes, he'd just go home. This song is a recording of what followed. >>
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    kickflipthecat - Podunk, NJ

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  • Justin from Albany, Nyawesome song seriously, thx for for the info i thought this song was a reference to Canadian football.
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