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Peter Orullian has worked in marketing at Xbox for nearly a decade, most recently leading the Music and Entertainment marketing strategy for Xbox LIVE, and has toured as a featured vocalist internationally at major music festivals. He has published several short stories. The Unremembered is his first novel. He lives in Seattle. "

The first thing you need to know is that Dream Theater is my favorite band. Ever. It sounds a bit fanboy to say it like that, but it’s no less true. Now, having said that, it’s also true that my appreciation for metal, rock, jazz, Sinatra, and on and on, are all quite strong. Music … Continue reading "I’m Writing for Dream Theater" Read more of this blog post »
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“That's when I learned the hardest truth about vengeance: it had no logical end, served no real purpose, except perhaps to delay grief.”
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“The difference between a player and a musician is honesty. Not craft or ability or experience. The listener hears it every time. And honesty is more quickly understood through suffering.”
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