The music industry was in a very different place 13 years ago. Record stores were thriving, profits were record setting and certain Tuesdays each year were marked as "Super Tuesdays," when the various record labels would roll out several major releases at once, often resulting in fans making multiple purchases and sales surging. One such Tuesday was September 11th, 2001. It's interesting to look at the albums that were scheduled for a release on such a day, both in how they reflect the pre-9/11 industry as well as how some would go on to define the decade. This is our look at 9/11's Super Tuesday.
Dream Theater The Eerie Coincidence of Dream Theater's Live Album Released on 9/11
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