Queensryche fans?

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  1. Brion Lydon

    Brion Lydon Stunt Coordinator

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    Anyone in here into Queensryche?

    I've been a fan since Operation:Mindcrime came out. Personally I'd like to see them make a comeback.

    Brion
     
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    Geez, do a search, dude--you'll have a bit of reading to do; saw a thread about the new remasters just a few weeks back. [​IMG]

    Mike Broadman is probably a very good guy for you to talk to.

    -p
     
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    I wouldn't mind a 5.1 DVD-A of Mindcrime and their Best Of.
     
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    I just saw QR in milwaukee on sunday night. They were awesome. The original line-up was on stage. Chris DeGarmo is playing select cities when he can. I was also able to get into the sound check before the show and they played a few tunes that I haven't heard them play in a while, like Della Brown.

    I also think that their latest CD, Tribe, is a great CD. I think we can get rid of the releases between Empire and Tribe and be fine with it. I don't think they even played any songs from those interim CD's. Go see them if you can on this tour.
     
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    Promise Land has some awesome songs on it as well.

    "Disconnected" and "One More Time" come to mind right off hand.
     
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    I was a HUGE fan then they started going down hill, especially after Empire. Too bad really. How many of you would recommend Tribe? I might pick it up.
     
  8. Mike Broadman

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    I would definitely recommend Tribe. It takes the best elements of their post-Promised Land direction but the songs are much tighter. I personally really like Promised Land and don't hate the next two. Q2K actually has some good songs. But Tribe is a much-needed improvement on that material.
     
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    PL was Queensryche at their most experimental, and it worked briliantly. HITNF had some decent songs, half finished ideas, and some just plain bad (Get A Life). Q2K isn't a bad album, just a painfully bland one. After listening to it, I can't remember one song. Tribe is a pretty decent album, if you accept that Queensryche will probably never be the band they used to be.

    Jason
     
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