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RAGE FOR ORDER

Queensr˙che

 

Progressive Metal

3.99 | 255 ratings

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oneofsix1958
4 stars The two ESSENTIAL CDs for Queensryche ARE: Rage For Order AND Operation Mindcrime.

I spent the day doing military training records listening to Rage For Order......... by the end of the day I was hooked. The only thing that unhooked me at THAT time was Operation Mindcrime.

Although I don't believe it was the intent..... Rage For Order flows almost in the same style as Operation Mindcrime, except there is NO Theme or story being told.

The music is great and the vocals are also good...... at that time based on the tunes I was into, THIS was THE good music out at that time.

As we all go through our own personal musical taste metamorpasis...... we find certain tastes wax and wane whislt other tastes become MORE desireable.........

TECHNICALLY this band is NO Dream Theater, BUT they do what they do VERY well........ You would NOT regret picking up this CD or Operation Mindcrime & Empire.

IMPO those would be the "core" CDs for this band...........

NOT dissing the rest of the bands music, BUT as for my musical preference, IF I had to go to a destert Island and could only pick so many CDs to take with me.......

ALL music becomes DATED with time............. some WORSE than others.

JUST REMEMBER to utilize that TIME machine you have upstairs in your mind and this will last the test of time.

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