Top Queensryche Albums
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The Verdict
The Verdict
[2019]
Operation: Mindcrime (Bonus Track Version)
Operation: Mindcrime (Bonus Track Version)
[2016]
Condition Hüman
Condition Hüman
[2015]
Frequency Unknown - Deluxe Edition
Frequency Unknown - Deluxe Edition
[2014]
10 Live!
10 Live!
[2014]
Queensryche
Queensryche
[2013]
Frequency Unknown
Frequency Unknown
[2013]
Dedicated to Chaos (Special Edition)
Dedicated to Chaos (Special Edition)
[2011]
American Soldier
American Soldier
[2009]
Take Cover
Take Cover
[2007]
Mindcrime At the Moore (Live)
Mindcrime At the Moore (Live)
[2007]
Operation: Mindcrime (Deluxe Edition)
Operation: Mindcrime (Deluxe Edition)
[2006]
Operation: Mindcrime II
Operation: Mindcrime II
[2006]
The Art of Live
The Art of Live
[2004]
Revolution Calling
Revolution Calling
[2003]
Tribe
Tribe
[2003]
Operation: LIVEcrime
Operation: LIVEcrime
[2001]
Live Evolution
Live Evolution
[2001]
Queensrÿche (Deluxe Version)
Queensrÿche (Deluxe Version)
[1982]
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All I Want Anarchy-x Another Rainy Night Anybody Listening Anytime Anywhere Before The Storm Best I Can Blinded Breaking The Silence Bridge Chemical Youth Child Of Fire Cuckoo's Nest Damaged Deliverance Della Brown Electric Requiem Empire En Force Eyes Of A Stranger Get A Life Gonna Get Close To You Hand On Heart Hero Hit The Black I Am I I Don't Believe In Love I Dream In Infrared I Will Remember Inside Jet City Woman Lady Jane Last Time In Paris London Miles Away My Empty Room Neue Regel Nightrider Nm 156 No Sanctuary One And Only One More Time Operation Mindcrime Out Of Mind Promised Land Prophecy Queen Of The Reich Reach Resistance Revolution Calling Roads To Madness Saved Screaming In Digital Sign Of The Times Silent Lucidity Some People Fly Someone Else Speak Spool Spreading The Disease Suite Sister Mary Surgical Strike Take Hold Of The Flame The Killing Words The Lady Wore Black The Mission The Needle Lies The Thin Line The Whisper Waiting For 22 Walk In The Shadows Warning You Sliver Middle Of Hell Man Down! Home Again At 30.000 Ft Remember Me The Voice Unafraid A Dead Man's Words The Killer Hundred Mile Stare If I Were King All The Promises Almost Cut My Hair The Art Of Life Beside You Blood Breakdown Bullet The Blue Sky Burning Man The Chase Chasing Blue Sky Circles Retail Therapy The Lie Hard Times One Foot In Hell If I Could Change It All Red Rain I Take You Wot We Do Broken Speed Of Light Around The World The Right Side Of My Mind Welcome To The Machine Got It Bad Neon Knights I'm American Waiting For The Kill Synchronicity Ii Until There Was You Heaven On Their Minds Hostage Drive Re-arrange You Fear City Slide Signs Say Go For The Love Of Money Higher Get Started Howl Rage For Order Luvnu An Intentional Confrontation Voice Inside Justified Hot Spot Junkie Murderer Innuendo The Great Divide Big Noize For What It's Worth One Life A Junkie's Blues When The Rain Comes Falling Behind Disconnected Wot Kinda Man Sp00l Falling Down Rhythm Of Hope Open Tribe Real World I Believe Scarborough Fair Sacred Ground The Hands I Remember Now Desert Dance Dirty Li'l Secret My Global Mind Liquid Sky How Could I Doin' Fine Losing Myself At The Edge Cold Fallen Redemption Everything Where Dreams Go To Die Open Road A World Without The Weight Of The World In This Light Don't Look Back Fallout Give It To You Dare Vindication Life Without You Slave Spore Running Backwards X2 Midnight Lullaby
Related Information for Queensryche
Queensrÿche (pron.: /ˈkwiːnzraɪk/) is an American progressive metal band best known for their critically acclaimed albums 'Operation: Mindcrime' and 'Empire', from 1988 and 1990 respectively, which involve strong, detailed social and psychological themes. The band has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide. It started as The Mob in 1981, which included guitarist Michael Wilton, drummer Scot Rockenfield, guitarist Chris Degarmo, and bassist Eddie Jackson. Lacking a vocalist, they recruited Geoff Tate to sing for them at a local rock festival.At the time, Tate performed in Babylon, influenced by classic 70s hard rock vocalists. After Babylon broke up, Tate performed a few shows with The Mob but left. In 1981, the buddi... read more