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Sign of the Times: The Best of Queensrÿche
     

Sign of the Times: The Best of Queensrÿche

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by Queensrÿche
 

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Sign of the Times: The Very Best of Queensrÿche comes in two different editions, single and double disc. The single-disc version is pretty much the one folks need if they dug either or both versions of Operation: Mindcrime, or were passionate about the rest of the band's material. It

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Sign of the Times: The Very Best of Queensrÿche comes in two different editions, single and double disc. The single-disc version is pretty much the one folks need if they dug either or both versions of Operation: Mindcrime, or were passionate about the rest of the band's material. It contains 17 cuts covering the gamut, even including "Queen of the Reich" and "The Lady Wore Black" from the band's debut EP (in beautifully remastered stereo), as well as the title cut and "Take Hold of the Flame" from The Warning. A pair of cuts from Operation: Mindcrime, "Eyes of a Stranger" and "I Don't Believe in Love," and "All the Promises" from Operation: Mindcrime II are also here. "Real World" comes courtesy of the soundtrack to the flick The Last Action Hero, and was included as a bonus track on the remaster of Promised Land, which also boasts "Bridge" and "I Am I." Of course, "Silent Lucidity" is present (the band's biggest hit), and the awesome for different reasons "Jet City Woman," and "Another Rainy Night (Without You)," all from Empire (let's face it, the band could write slow and midtempo power ballads). A couple of cuts come from Hear in the New Frontier, and one from Q2K as well. That sums it up: pretty much everything you'd want in a hits package, though fans are sure to quibble over a cut or two. Of course, any true fan of this band has everything already, and the curious are heading straight for the Mindcrime records. However, for anyone who has missed out on the band, this might be a way in; Queensrÿche are among the most underappreciated hard rock bands from the '80s and '90s, and are among the most consistent as well.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/28/2007
Label:
Capitol
UPC:
5099950248223
catalogNumber:
02482
Rank:
15451

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Performance Credits

Queensrÿche   Primary Artist
Scott Rockenfield   Percussion,Drums,Background Vocals,Group Member
Chris DeGarmo   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Background Vocals,Synthesizer Guitar,Lap Steel Guitar,Group Member
Eddie Jackson   Background Vocals
Geoff Tate   Keyboards,Vocals,Group Member
Michael Wilton   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Background Vocals,Group Member
Kelly Gray   Guitar
Mike Stone   Guitar,Group Member
Eddie Jackson   Bass Guitar,Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Queensrÿche   Composer,Audio Production
Michael Kamen   Composer
Peter Collins   Producer,Audio Production
James Guthrie   Producer,Audio Production
Neil Kernon   Producer,Audio Production
Hugh Syme   Art Direction,Illustrations
Chris DeGarmo   Composer
Geoff Tate   Composer
Michael Wilton   Composer
Hugh Syne   Art Direction
Jason Slater   Producer
Susan Lavoie   Art Direction
Susan Tate   Management
Eddie Jackson   Composer
Jason Siater   Audio Production
James Barton   Producer,Audio Production

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