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|3.||Give It To You|
|5.||In the Hands of God|
|7.||Life Without You|
|10.||The Weight of the World|
|11.||I Don't Believe in Love Bonus Track|
|12.||Empire Bonus Track|
|13.||Jet City Woman Bonus Track|
|14.||Silent Lucidity Bonus Track|
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|From: Doug||Date: May 10, 2013 at 18:36|
|Interesting personnel line up...Sarzo, Wright; very (Un)Queensryche. Have not given this a spin yet. Album cover pretty much tells you what Geoff Tate thinks about the Queensryche feuding the past few years, huh?|
|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: May 10, 2013 at 20:40|
|Doug: Also interesting that they bothered to list Tate's touring band, even though it's already ccome to light that most of them didn't play on the album. Jason Slater, the producer, did a lot of the guitars, and drums were done by, I believe, Paul Bostaph. The tunes are typicall, not-very-catchy latter-day Ryche, circa Hear In The Now Frontier. Heavier than you'd expect from Tate, given his oft-expressed dislike of meetal. Now that he's fighting for the right to use the name though, he sucked it up and tried to deliver a heavy record. Well, it's heavy, but not necessarily all that good, and the four re-recorded classics (so he can keep the rights to those versions regardless of the outcome of his court case) suck, of course. Just like 99% of all re-recorded classics by any band.|
|From: MetalllianStallion||Date: May 12, 2013 at 5:57|
|'Frequency Unknown' is encrypted code for F.U. to fans for being a sucker enough to purchase this CD. In a rock reality universe this should be the final death knell for both versions of the group for once what was a mighty band. If your waiting for the other Ryche-Light edition of the group with Tate-clone La Torre, it's not any better IMO. From what I know this album was slapped together in a few months(along with the band), written primarily by Tate and Jason Slater. The Ryche has been on life support to me since 'Promised Land' as you can't redeem what you don't have. Tate doesn't have the range anymore to sing much of their earlier material and their albums of the last 15 years + are mediocre at best in terms of writing content IMO. Of course the reason for the 'RUSH' job on this album is for Queensryche name recognition, before Tate has to 'legally' rename his (solo) band on the upcoming Has-beens of Rock tour with Jack Russel's Great White. R.I.P.|
|From: Doug||Date: May 13, 2013 at 17:16|
|Great updates from the always reliable Doghouse and Metallian, thanks! This why HH site rules.|
|From: hair metal again||Date: October 24, 2019 at 12:16|
|excellent album for Geoff Tate and his friends ,not really a QUEENSRYCHE one, with a massive clear hard heavy sound ,fine songs ,sensational vocal work and overall a fresh approach !didnt expect that one to hook me ,but it did ,as it seems to sound flawless without much effort!all the songs are very good and i really enjoyed them|
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