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Queensryche album for sale by Queensryche was released Jan 31, 1989 on the Capitol/EMI label. The underground buzz that swirled around Queensryche's self-produced EP resulted in a major deal with EMI Records, without so much as a single live show. Queensryche CD music Much like early Fates Warning records, the band's sound was heavily influenced by the blazing drums and lightning guitar harmonies made famous by Iron Maiden. Vocalist Geoff Tate's soaring tenor voice caught the attention of metal fans around the world, starting with his sustained high E that opens "Queen Of The Reich" and never letting go from there. Queensryche CD music contains a single disc with 5 songs. ...See Full Description
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||No a bad album, but not their best|
Actually, 'the waring' and 'rage for order' are the true masterpieces of queensryche. Yet, this isn't a bad start, and you even get a bonus 'rage for order' sessions bonus track that is pretty good in its own right.
By cygnus__x_1 (pittsburgh, PA, USA)
||It's a EP, but two of their best songs are included|
This includes "Prophesy" and "The Lady Wore Black" Simply two of the finest songs they ever did. Phophesy, in particular, is the best song they ever recorded.
By robrich (Gainesville, FL)
||Raw and rugged debut EP|
This music gives hints to the experimentation and progressive nature of qryche. "the lady wore black" has a metal melody which is addicting. There are basic and popular rhythms but with a twist and Geoff tates voice awoke the vocals of that time and the music demanded more from hard rock/metal.
By a reviewer (SLC,UT)
||Debut EP shows much promise.|
I did not hear these songs until this EP was realesed on CD after Operation Mindcrime was released in 1988. The sound is raw as is to be expected from a bunch of kids that were barely out of high school when it was recorded. Problably not for a casual fan or someone that only has Empire but anyone that has Range For Order needs to get this one as weell
By a reviewer (Kentucky)
||QUEENSRYCHE DID METAL THE RIGHT WAY!!!|
Arguably I think that this and The warning albums are by far their best in terms of Heavy Metal I do love the music they created afterwards but they really captured some good Metal moments with these 2 releases. Seeing them live in Tinley Park at the tweeter center in Il after all this years with Judas Priest was a truly Metal Moment to remember. Buy it it's got some great bonus Live stuff from their tour in Tokyo Japan Enjoy!!!!
By OLIEANDBETH (Chicago, IL, USA)
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Queensryche songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1108914|
|Label||Capitol / EMI|
|Release Date||Jan 31, 1989|