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Band
Queensryche
Title
Rage for Order (remaster)
Type
LP/EP
Company
EMI
YOR
2003
Style
Progressive
8/28/2003 - Review by: Greg Watson
You just pick up on so many things you missed
Again I cannot stress how well the remastered versions of these albums sound.

Each one comes with rare Queensryche tracks on each as well as extended liner notes and rare photos. This one is very good as well. The bonus tracks are not as extensive as on the "EP" but are still worth it. The live version of "Walk in the Shadows" from the "Operation: Mindcrime" tour is just kick ass. Any fan of the band should pick these up as I have already said in my EP review. It's like listening to the remaster of Megadeth's "Killing is my Business...and Business Is Good". You just pick up on so many things you missed with the lacking sound quality of those albums.

So, check 'em out.

Track Listing
1. Walk in the Shadows
2.I Dream in Infrared
3.Whisper
4.Gonna Get Close to You
5.Killing Words
6.Surgical Strike
7.Neue Regel
8.Chemical Youth (We Are Rebellion)
9.London
10.Screaming in Digital
11.I Will Remember
BONUS TRACKS
12.Gonna Get Close to You [12" Version]
13.Killing Words [Live]
14.I Dream in Infrared [1991 Acoustic Remix]
15.Walk in the Shadows [Live]
  • 1 :REVIEW COUNT
    N/A :AVE RATING

ALL REVIEWS FOR: QUEENSRYCHE
TITLE
DOR
COMPANY
REVIEWER DATE MADE RATING
Condition Hüman
2015
Century Media
Frank Hill11/6/2015
4
EP (remaster)
2003
EMI
Greg Watson8/28/2003
-
Live Evolution DVD
2001
EMI
Frank Hill9/30/2003
-
Queensryche
2013
Century Media
Greg Watson6/29/2013
3.5
Rage For Order
1986
EMI
Frank Hill4/14/2003
5
Rage for Order (remaster)
2003
EMI
Greg Watson8/28/2003
-
The Art of Live
2004
Sanctuary Records
Frank Hill6/25/2004
-

ALL INTERVIEWS FOR: QUEENSRYCHE
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