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1. Queensrÿche - Operation: Mindcrime
1988
2. Queensrÿche - Empire
1990
3. Queensrÿche - Rage For Order
1986
4. Queensrÿche - Queensrÿche
2013
5. Queensrÿche - The Warning
1984
6. Queensrÿche - Promised Land
1994
7. Queensrÿche - Tribe
2003
8. Queensrÿche - Hear In The Now Frontier
1997
9. Queensrÿche - American Soldier
2009
10. Queensrÿche - Operation: Mindcrime II
2006
11. Queensrÿche - Take Cover
2007
12. Queensrÿche - Q2K
1999
13. Queensrÿche - Dedicated To Chaos
2011



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Dentura - 19.10.2013 at 01:57  
What did you think of the Toddryche and Tateryche albums? Or do those not count? Good list regardless.
ManiacBlasphemer - 19.10.2013 at 12:00  
Written by Dentura on 19.10.2013 at 01:57

What did you think of the Toddryche and Tateryche albums? Or do those not count? Good list regardless.


If you look at the list, you will see that Tateryche albums are at the top. Whether we like it or not, with Tate, Queensryche reached the top with albums such as Opeation: Mindcrime I and Empire. Also, lets not disregard the first two and Promised Land.

Ever since Hear In The Now Frontier I just could not listen to them anymore though. While I did like some songs from Tribe and American Soldier, I heavily despised the other works. Queensryche with Todd sounds good, but you know, they will not be able to make another album that could at least grasp the atmosphere and quality of Empire. For me, the new one sounds like the radio-friendly Promised Land. It is a good album, eons ahead of DTC, but still, the music is moving forward and I ain't that keen on the whole 'reviving the past' thing. While I did not like the direction Queensryche took after Promised Land, I expected them to at least move forward, not backwards. Anyway, this one is much better than FU as well, so I guess removing Tate was a good idea in the end.

IMO, Queensryche, if they keep up with this direction, they will only released average to good albums, but thats it. Compared to Fates Warning or Dream Theater, their latest opus is lacking. I think the band has died long ago... and I doubt that Tate was the reason for all the problems.
Dentura - 19.10.2013 at 20:02  
Written by ManiacBlasphemer on 19.10.2013 at 12:00

Written by Dentura on 19.10.2013 at 01:57

What did you think of the Toddryche and Tateryche albums? Or do those not count? Good list regardless.


If you look at the list, you will see that Tateryche albums are at the top. Whether we like it or not, with Tate, Queensryche reached the top with albums such as Opeation: Mindcrime I and Empire. Also, lets not disregard the first two and Promised Land.

Ever since Hear In The Now Frontier I just could not listen to them anymore though. While I did like some songs from Tribe and American Soldier, I heavily despised the other works. Queensryche with Todd sounds good, but you know, they will not be able to make another album that could at least grasp the atmosphere and quality of Empire. For me, the new one sounds like the radio-friendly Promised Land. It is a good album, eons ahead of DTC, but still, the music is moving forward and I ain't that keen on the whole 'reviving the past' thing. While I did not like the direction Queensryche took after Promised Land, I expected them to at least move forward, not backwards. Anyway, this one is much better than FU as well, so I guess removing Tate was a good idea in the end.

IMO, Queensryche, if they keep up with this direction, they will only released average to good albums, but thats it. Compared to Fates Warning or Dream Theater, their latest opus is lacking. I think the band has died long ago... and I doubt that Tate was the reason for all the problems.

Well, I have no problem with Tate being on those early works since he truly was the best of the vocalists back in his prime. When I was referring to Tateryche, I meant present day Tate and his band of hooligans that put out FU, nothing to do with the classic works with the original band at all. I was just curious about what you thought of the two albums that came out this year. But ok, I'll just say those two don't count for the list.
JohnDoe - 19.10.2013 at 20:38  
Good list, my only difference is that I would put Q2K after HITNF.
ManiacBlasphemer - 20.10.2013 at 15:52  
Written by Dentura on 19.10.2013 at 20:02

Written by ManiacBlasphemer on 19.10.2013 at 12:00

Written by Dentura on 19.10.2013 at 01:57

What did you think of the Toddryche and Tateryche albums? Or do those not count? Good list regardless.


If you look at the list, you will see that Tateryche albums are at the top. Whether we like it or not, with Tate, Queensryche reached the top with albums such as Opeation: Mindcrime I and Empire. Also, lets not disregard the first two and Promised Land.

Ever since Hear In The Now Frontier I just could not listen to them anymore though. While I did like some songs from Tribe and American Soldier, I heavily despised the other works. Queensryche with Todd sounds good, but you know, they will not be able to make another album that could at least grasp the atmosphere and quality of Empire. For me, the new one sounds like the radio-friendly Promised Land. It is a good album, eons ahead of DTC, but still, the music is moving forward and I ain't that keen on the whole 'reviving the past' thing. While I did not like the direction Queensryche took after Promised Land, I expected them to at least move forward, not backwards. Anyway, this one is much better than FU as well, so I guess removing Tate was a good idea in the end.

IMO, Queensryche, if they keep up with this direction, they will only released average to good albums, but thats it. Compared to Fates Warning or Dream Theater, their latest opus is lacking. I think the band has died long ago... and I doubt that Tate was the reason for all the problems.

Well, I have no problem with Tate being on those early works since he truly was the best of the vocalists back in his prime. When I was referring to Tateryche, I meant present day Tate and his band of hooligans that put out FU, nothing to do with the classic works with the original band at all. I was just curious about what you thought of the two albums that came out this year. But ok, I'll just say those two don't count for the list.


FU was an abomination, no doubt, it was like the logic continuation of DTA which couldn't be good. Tate is dead as an artist, now he only releases material to earn some cash. I admire him for his works with Queensryche in the 80s and early 90s, but no. Ever since HITNF, shit has gone bad and the latest album from Toddryche proves that he was the weak link inside the band.

Written by JohnDoe on 19.10.2013 at 20:38

Good list, my only difference is that I would put Q2K after HITNF.


Well, depends on tastes, but the real let down for me was Q2K, HITNF still has 2-3 songs that I liked but from Q2K I depised everything.
JohnDoe - 20.10.2013 at 15:59  
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Written by JohnDoe on 19.10.2013 at 20:38

Good list, my only difference is that I would put Q2K after HITNF.


Well, depends on tastes, but the real let down for me was Q2K, HITNF still has 2-3 songs that I liked but from Q2K I depised everything.


obviously, it's all a matter of taste; I disliked OM2 and their covers album, but there are people who liked those.
I thought Q2K was alright.
Nice to see Tribe getting some appreciation, I quite liked it.

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