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Old 04-05-2013, 06:28 AM
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2.Operation: Mindcrime - Queensryche


Year Of Release: 1988

Tracklist:
1.I Remember Now
2.Anarchy-X
3.Revolution Calling
4.Operation: Mindcrime
5.Speak
6.Spreading The Disease
7.The Mission
8.Suite Sister Mary
9.The Needle Lies
10.Electric Requiem
11.Breaking The Silence
12.I Don't Believe In Love
13.Waiting For 22
14.My Empty Room
15.Eyes Of A Stranger

Genre: Progressive Metal

We all now about how great this album is, how it is a masterpiece and Queensryche's best album, so I won't go into long detail about stuff you already know.I'm just going to get to the point, this album is a perfect piece of musical brilliance.This was when Geoff Tate was a great frontman, and when Chris DeGarmo and Michael Wilton were at their all-time high guitar wise.Eddie Jackson is a phenomenal bass player, and same goes for drummer Scott Rockenfield.Highlights for me include ever so awesome title-track, the sometimes overlooked "Breaking The Silence", and the best one on the record and the first song I heard on this, "I Don't Believe In Love".

Standout Track:
"I Don't Believe In Love" http://grooveshark.com/s/I+Don+t+Bel...e/4zNNWv?src=5
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