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“This started out as a part from The Enemy Inside. That was a good move, I have to say. Dream Theater have no shortage of ideas – we just throw so many things out there. It’s always like picking up a handful of colors and throwing them at the wall. You can’t stop the inspirations when they come, but that doesn’t mean everything is always appropriate for that place and time.
“In looking at the ideas, we had to say, ‘OK, this part is great, but maybe it’s another kind of thing.’ First of all, we didn’t want to make our songs too long – well, we do have the 22-minute one in there [laughs]. But we did want to be to the point. So, finally, we took part of The Enemy Inside and it started to become The Bigger Picture.
“This is one of my favorites. I really like how broad and cinematic it is. It moves so beautifully harmonically and just feels so huge.”