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OPERATION: MINDCRIME @ Hard Club, 2018/03/29

QUEENSRYCHE‘s “Operation: Mindcrime” was released in May 1988 and it didn’t take long to be acknowledged as a masterpiece. Its sequel was far from it, but when both albums were fully performed in the 20th anniversary of the first one, it was something memorable… 162 more words

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They're Building Empires or: 28

Salutations™!!

Yesterday was the 28th anniversary of a very influential album for me. 28 Years ago yesterday, Empire was released by Queensryche.

It was the follow up to my #2 album of all time,  965 more words

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Geoff Tate’s Operation: Mindcrime performs the 30th anniversary of the album at the new Canyon Club at Santa Clarita, California

The original voice of Queensryche and his new band are performing the iconic album Operation: Mindcrime in its entirety this year. They performed at the new Canyon Club on August 18, 2018 to a pack venue. 324 more words

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Geoff Tate Acoustic Performance

Geoff Tate is wrapping up his summer tour, performing Operation: Mindcrime in its entirety, for the last time I believe. His San Antonio stop was on Friday, June 29th, and he came by the radio station to perform for some winners and staff. 128 more words

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Geoff Tate (Ex-Queensrÿche) Announces More "Operation: Mindcrime" 30th Anniversary U.S. Dates

Former Queensrÿche vocalist Geoff Tate has announced more U.S. “Operation: Mindcrime” 30th anniversary shows. This news comes after he recently announced a UK run.

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Geoff Tate To Celebrate 30th Anniversary Of Queensrÿche's "Operation: Mindcrime" On UK Tour

Former Queensrÿche vocalist Geoff Tate will continue celebrating the 30th anniversary of the band’s “Operation: Mindcrime” on a UK tour. Till Death Do Us Part, who feature Tate’s daughter Emily on vocals, will serve as support. 63 more words

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Q is for Queensryche

Today’s letter signals a return to my days as a metal chick. Yes. It’s probably no stretch to imagine it, but I was a metal head in high school. 186 more words