Queensryche Album Stream

2010-11-08 by Trey Spencer STAFF | 19 Comments
Queensryche are streaming their twenty year old album, Empire, in case the only thing that was keeping you from buying it these last few decades was the lack of a quality stream.

To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Empire's release, Queensryche have partnered with Capitol/EMI for the November 9 release of an expanded edition of the band's triple platinum-certified breakout album. The new 2CD and digital packages both include the remastered album as well as 13 bonus tracks, among them 10 previously unreleased live performances recorded in 1990 at London's Hammersmith Odeon. The 2CD package is presented in a lift-top box with five postcards, a fold-out poster and a booklet featuring rare photos from the band's personal archive.

Album Stream: http://music.aol.com/new-releases-full-cds/#/15

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Willie
Moderator
November 8th 2010
16310 Comments


Don't get me wrong, I love this album and recommend it to anyone willing to give some commercial/prog a chance. I just think that streaming the album is an interesting call after all of these years. I can't see how a stream can accurately show off the new mastering of the album, and most people that give a crap have probably already heard the original.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
November 8th 2010
32001 Comments


wtf?

bloc
November 8th 2010
35526 Comments


I see this is some desperate attempt for something...


Never heard of a band doing something like this, but I could be wrong.

Willie
Moderator
November 8th 2010
16310 Comments


Deviant and bloc... are they the same person or are they possibly just sharing the same computer in the same dimly lit room?

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
November 8th 2010
32001 Comments


A little of both

bloc
November 8th 2010
35526 Comments


One loser with almost 30 000 comments...

Counterfeit
November 8th 2010
17837 Comments


Hi.

Mordecai.
November 8th 2010
8298 Comments


you are dumb, you are really really dumb.

for real.

zaruyache
November 8th 2010
9270 Comments


What is going on here.

AnotherBrick
November 8th 2010
9775 Comments


well it worked. listening for the first time.

tiesthatbind
November 9th 2010
7382 Comments


well it worked. listening for the first time. [2]

Butkuiss
November 9th 2010
4289 Comments


Streaming a twenty year old album seems a little redundant. Maybe it's just to take the attention off their last release?

tiesthatbind
November 9th 2010
7382 Comments


This is pretty good. Now I definitely need to put Mindcrime higher on my list of things to listen to.

GenNarain
November 9th 2010
781 Comments


queensryche rules

crowing51
November 9th 2010
3479 Comments



well it worked. listening for the first time. [3]

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
November 9th 2010
2135 Comments


Mindcrime is really good. Empire is meh (but has some catchy tunes).

Queensryche are really fun live. Well, when they're performing Mindcrime in its entirety, that is. Otherwise meh.

Oh there's a stream of Empire? Highly irrelevant.

Willie
Moderator
November 9th 2010
16310 Comments


Well, then I stand corrected. People will listen to the stream.

Empire gets more hate than it should. In fact, it really shouldn't get any. It's a solid album that is just marginally more mainstream than the albums that came before it. The only bad song is "Resistance."

LepreCon
November 9th 2010
4735 Comments


I actually enjoy almost all Queensryche to some degree

Makemebad35
November 9th 2010
789 Comments


This CD and Mindcrime are the only 2 CD's to bring back a certain nostalgia that no other CD has. This is the only band I listened to all the time as a kid.

Hell, my mother was still pregnant with me when she went to their concert so I listened to them even before I was born.



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