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Operation: Mindcrime (Geoff Tate) - The Key


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"All of us in Operation: Mindcrime are looking forward to the new frontier with our new label, Frontiers Music Srl," states Tate regarding the signing. "They're giving us the creative freedom necessary to do the trilogy project I've envisioned for the past few years. It's going to be great fun for all of us involved and we hope our fans will enjoy listening to it as much as we plan to enjoy creating and recording it."

Ecstatic to have the band on his label, Frontiers Music Srl President Serafino Perugino comments, "As a long time fan of Geoff Tate and Operation: Mindcrime (the album), I am truly honored that he decided to sign with my label to give a home to his forthcoming trilogy. We look forward to release Operation: Mindcrime's new music to the world!"
Tate, who has always enjoyed telling stories though his music, considers the creation of the forthcoming trilogy one of his biggest and most ambitious works to date.
"I tried to reduce the story and eventually got it down to 37 ideas that needed representing to complete the story," comments Geoff. "I knew that one record wouldn't cover it and that it would have to be a trilogy."

OPERATION: MINDCRIME, named after Queensryche's epic concept album from 1988, recently entered the studio to begin recording the album that is expected to be released in the late Spring / early Summer of 2015.

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Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

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  • My Little Pony

At least we know what happened with the dispute over the Queensryche name.

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If you listen carefully, you can hear the bottom of the barrel being scraped ....

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If you listen carefully, you can hear the bottom of the barrel being scraped ....

Is that what that is? I thought it was just his voice.

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Probably Frontiers get the chance of paying no royalty to Tate and Tate gets his CD released for free :D

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It's way better than having two Queensryche. I'm curious. Everything from Queensryche and Tate since Empire has had moments of greatness with interludes of complete shite. The bar isn't that high.

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It's way better than having two Queensryche. I'm curious. Everything from Queensryche and Tate since Empire has had moments of greatness with interludes of complete shite. The bar isn't that high.

 

More like "moments of greatness" with "magnitudes of shite"!

 

:rofl2:

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'The Key' out in September.

 

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Tracks:

 

1. Choices
2. Burn
3. Re-Inventing The Future
4. Ready To Fly
5. Discussions In A Smoke Filled Room
6. Life or Death?
7. The Stranger
8. Hearing Voice
9. On Queue
10. An Ambush Of Sadness
11. Kicking In The Door
12. The Fall

 

 

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Is that a USB drive around his neck? I thought it should be a key. Clearly I'm really not interested in this.

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Damn, that's sounds horrid. I hope it's a colossal failure and the rest of the "trilogy" gets scraped and Mr. Tate disappears never to be heard from again.

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I can't even pretend to care anymore.

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'The Key' out in September.

 

11659487_906657479390304_829613016183387

 

Tracks:

 

1. Choices

2. Burn

3. Re-Inventing The Future

4. Ready To Fly

5. Discussions In A Smoke Filled Room

6. Life or Death?

7. The Stranger

8. Hearing Voice

9. On Queue

10. An Ambush Of Sadness

11. Kicking In The Door

12. The Fall

 

 

Wow, I was going to keep an open mind but this is pure shit...

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That sounded really good.

 

Someone had to say something positive, didn't they?

 

Anyway, now that that's out the way; that sounds like fucking horseshit dipped in horseshit.

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I just wish he wouldn't tarnish the legacy of Operation: Mindcrime.

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I just wish he wouldn't tarnish the legacy of Operation: Mindcrime.

He already did that when he made Operation:Mindcrime II.

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I just wish he wouldn't further tarnish the legacy of Operation: Mindcrime.

He already did that when he made Operation:Mindcrime II.

Fixed.

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Absolute poop!!

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