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EMPIRE

Queensr˙che

 

Progressive Metal

3.73 | 306 ratings

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davidewata
5 stars When you listen to Empire, you will hardly understand why people calling Queensryche as a progressive rock band. Yup, Empire is "simply" a hard rock album. But the evolution of each track and how different each track to each other in approach, then you are entitled to say that Queensryche is a progressive rock band. Wide variety of lyrical themes from a handicap man on a wheel chair (Best I Can), long-distance relationship (Jet City Woman), homeless people (Della Brown), gun control (Empire), to the dark side of love (The Thin Line). This album made a very good choice for any Queensryche fans or for anyone who would try to start listening to the band. Needless to say how good this album was and still is. It was the Queen of the Ryche on their brightest days, huge support from MTV. What made it a 5 star album, they were able to combine great quality of songs and commercial touch into one. One EMPIRE [Davidewata; Indonesia]
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