Operation: Mindcrime (Remastered) Queensrÿche
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- 1I Remember Now (Remastered 2003)01:17
- 2Anarchy-X (Remastered 2003)01:27
- 3Revolution Calling (Remastered 2003)04:39
- 4Operation Mindcrime (Remastered 2003)04:45
- 5Speak (Remastered 2003)03:42
- 6Spreading The Disease (Remastered 2003)04:07
- 7The Mission (Remastered 2003)05:47
- 8Suite Sister Mary (Remastered 2003)10:41
- 9The Needle Lies (Remastered 2003)03:08
- 10Electric Requiem (Remastered 2003)01:22
- 11Breaking The Silence (Remastered 2003)04:34
- 12I Don't Believe In Love (Remastered 2003)04:23
- 13Waiting For 22 (Remastered 2003)01:05
- 14My Empty Room (Remastered 2003)01:29
- 15Eyes Of A Stranger (Remastered 2003)06:39
Info for Operation: Mindcrime (Remastered)
Operation: Mindcrime is the third studio album by the American heavy metal band Queensrÿche. Originally released on May 3, 1988. Operation: Mindcrime is both a concept album and a rock opera. Its story follows Nikki, a drug addict who becomes disillusioned with the corrupt society of his time and reluctantly becomes involved with a revolutionary group as an assassin of political leaders. In January 1989, it ranked at No. 34 on Kerrang! magazine's "100 Greatest Heavy Metal Albums of All Time".
Their third album “Operation Mindcrime” was proof to the music industry that a complex record with a great storyline could still work. And that is what makes the record so great, is not only the amazing playing, but the story. While listening you feel like you have a movie going on your head. Like all great concept records, or rock operas, it offers twists and turns that keep you interested in the end. It’s not an album you can play on shuffle, or even just certain songs, because it won’t make sense. It’s one complete thought. The story itself too is a brilliant one, about a recovering drug addict who becomes part of an Revolutionary group to Assassinate what he feels are corrupt political leaders.
Geoff Tate, vocals
Chris DeGarmo, guitar
Michael Wilton, guitar
Eddie Jackson, bass
Scott Rockenfield, drums
Produced by Peter Collins
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