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Queensrÿche - Tribe
Review by Gary Hill
This disc is certainly the hardest rocking album the Ryche have come out with in a while, it is their strongest at least since Empire, but I would hazard to say since Operation Mindcrime. That is not to say that this CD is in the vein of that one, it certainly isn't.

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Queensrÿche - Live Evolution
Review by Gary Hill
Queensryche has been around for quite some time, but this is their first full live album. When the Operation Livecrime box set was originally released it included a CD of a live performance of the Operation Mindcrime album, but this is more of a real live album.
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Queensrÿche - Operation Mindcrime
Review by Gary Hill
This album is a definite masterpiece, and certainly (thus far) the peak of Queensryche`s career artistically. Although definitely a heavy metal album, in many ways Operation Mindcrime is so much more than that.
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Queensrÿche - Rage For Order
Review by Gary Hill
Rage for Order, the album directly preceding Operation Mindcrime, certainly shows the potential and directions in which Queensryche was ready to move. Although showing elements of other bands and styles, this album is a very unique and innovative work that foreshadows the stylistic directions that the band were getting ready to undertake.
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Queensrÿche - The Art of Live
Review by Josh Turner
The production is crisp. Their performance is spot on.
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Queensrÿche - Queensrÿche
Review by Gary Hill
Well, there are few albums that come out amidst this kind of controversy.

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Queensrÿche - Operation: Mindcrime (Vinyl)
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve had this audiophile reissue of Queensryche’s classic disc for a while.

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Queensrÿche - Condition Human
Review by Gary Hill
There was a time when you could count on Queensryche to put out one strong album after another.

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Queensrÿche - Rage for Order (Remastered and Expanded Edition)
Review by Gary Hill
This remastered and expanded edition includes four bonus tracks. There is one of those that I think was kind of a mistake, but the other three are cool.

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