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. 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. ...See Full Description
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||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.
By OLIEANDBETH (Chicago, IL, USA)
||EXTRAORDINARIA MUSICA, EXTRAORDINARIO ALBUM|
SALUDOS A TODOS LOS ESCUCHAS DE QUEENSRYCHE DESDE SIEMPRE PUES SI LOS CONOCEN DESDE EL EMPIRE AL PRECENTE SE HAN PERDIDO LO MEJOR DE ESTE GRUPO.
By estradagildardo (Chihuahua, Chih. Mexico.)
A must-have for any true Queensryche fan. This is where it all evolved from.
By dstars44 (Wenatchee, WA, USA)
||1st LP ROCKS!!!!|
Now you know if they start out sounding great like this they are a awsome band. All their albums have a great unique sound to them none repeating.
By rycher44 (peoria,illinois)
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