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Artist: Queensryche

Title: Take Cover

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Queensryche Take Cover Album Cover


Category: Prog rock

Year: 2007

Label: Rhino

Catalog Number: 8122-79959-9


Geoff Tate vocals
Michael Wilton guitar
Scott Rockenfield drums
Eddie Jackson bass
Mike Stone guitar


1.  Welcome to the Machine    Cover: Pink Floyd
2.  Heaven on Their Minds    Cover: Andrew Lloyd-Webber/Tim Rice
3.  Almost Cut My Hair    Cover: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
4.  For What Its Worth    Cover: Buffalo Springfield
5.  For the Love of Money    Cover: The O'Jays
6.  Innuendo    Cover: Queen
7.  Neon Knights    Cover: Black Sabbath
8.  Synchronicity II    Cover: Police
9.  Red Rain    Cover: Peter Gabriel
10.  Odissea    Cover: Carlo Marrale and Cheope
11.  Bullet the Blue Sky live    Cover: U2

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Existing comments about this CD

From: shoemaker Date: February 28, 2009 at 5:46
useless shit!

From: CC Date: February 28, 2009 at 17:27
While some people cannot abide by covers albums, I personally tend to really enjoy them. While I certainly would not say this is a personal fave of mine, mainly because I dont know a lot of the original versions, I will say that I do find it quite enjoyable.Tracks 2,7 & 8 are my personal faves!

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From: Jez Date: April 7, 2009 at 22:30
Not a big fan of cover albums either to be honest, but I really do think this isn't all bad. I like the choice of some of the material to start with, some interesting ideas, especially on the Police, Peter Gabriel and Pink Floyd tracks, which happen to be the best ones on here. Some don't work, U2's 'Bullet The Blue Sky' wasn't a great song to start with and just goes on and on doing absolutely nothing, except boring the pants off the listener and 'Odissea' is just crap. The Queen and Sabbath covers are ok'ish, with the Sabbath one coming off the better of the two,being pretty much a straight run through. The rest caused some heavy Skip button action, with nothing else standing out at all. So, 4 decent tracks out of 11 for me, not a complete disaster, but not that great either.

From: tssmf4lyfe Date: April 15, 2009 at 3:57
weird choices but it works. the best songs are the ones QR totally rearrange and the ones i don't know. standout tracks are welcome to the machine, neon knights, for what its worth, heaven on their minds and odissea

From: GlenRavine Date: June 8, 2009 at 19:00
Covers DISC - what do you expect - not bad, for die hards only who want to complete their catalogue, like myself. :-)

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