Queensr˙che - Rage For Order  CD (album) cover




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4.01 | 266 ratings

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4 stars Well, I should have rated it 5 stars instead, but I am not that happy with the production quality. I am still thinking that it could have been much better in the production. Overall, when the first I heard RFO, this was my least favorite Queensryche's record. The mood and my feeling toward this record grew on me as more often I listened to it. "Walk In The Shadows" is one of my all-time Queensryche tracks. This record is --I think-- the most Queensryche's record that using the so-called "techno"thingy. too many keyboards and sound effects here and there. I myself not much into the keys thingy so it kind of disturbing for me ;-) But the song quality are overall great. Even much better then the Warning and Queensryche EP. My favorite part is the 4 last songs as it built up a mini-story concept about a man separated from his loved ones and turned into a cyborg. Silly concept, huh? Give it a try and be judge yerself :-) [Davidewata; Indonesia]
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