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RAGE FOR ORDER

Queensr’che

 

Progressive Metal

4.00 | 272 ratings

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ZWylde84
5 stars Rage For Order, well where do I start? The title is cool. The opening song Walk in the Shadows slams you into the beginning of the album. The whisper has an amazing intro and that great time 6/8. The whispering during the chorus adds so much atmosphere. Which is probably the best word to describe this album. Gonna get close to you, while a cover, is creepy and just spectacularly pulled off by tate.Surgical strike has some nice time changes in the intro/outro. Neue Regel, AMAZING, The multiple part rounds in the chorus. Queensryche seemingly pulls of multi part choruses so well on this album. 3 sets of lyrics going together so well. Which leads me to what I feel is the most underrated song of all time. Screaming in Digital. The rythms and time signatures are difficult to emulate , superbly done. The synths and dissonent guitar chords near the beginning. The whole computers with thoughts and having multiple characters represented by different passages is , I think awesome. Then I will Remember a very western sounding acoustic intro kinda quick, real neat. The whistling is great. If any band could make a whisper the coolest part of a song, Queensrychewould be it.oops almost forgot. The angst ridden lovesick chorus of killing words is very moving and a neat concept as a title.
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