Queensr˙che - Q2K CD (album) cover




Progressive Metal

2.05 | 133 ratings

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1 stars It seems apparently that Chris De Garmo left the ship before it sank... This album is really uninspired... somewhere a mix of their oldest stuff and the last album but without the heaviness and the emotion of both albums.

Are there any highlights at all here? Well there are... "When The Rain Comes ..." and "Beside You" are nice ballads. "The Right Side Of My Mind" is maybe the only recognizable track on the album - very much in the vein of "Roads to madness". But the rest... "Breakdown" and "Burning Man" are heavy and totally uninteresting. "Wot Kinda Man"? Pathetic...

Rating: 59/100

zaxx | 1/5 |


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