Queensrÿche Operation: Livecrime
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- Released: September 24, 2001
- Label: EMI Europe Generic
- 1.I Remember Now
- 2.Anarchy-X - (TRUE instrumental)
- 3.Revolution Calling
- 4.Operation: Mindcrime
- 6.Spreading the Disease
- 7.The Mission
- 8.Suite Sister Mary
- 9.The Needle Lies
- 10.Electric Requiem
- 11.Breaking the Silence
- 12.I Don't Believe in Love
- 13.Waiting for 22 - (TRUE instrumental)
- 14.My Empty Room
- 15.Eyes of a Stranger
- 16.Lady Wore Black, The - (previously unreleased)
- 17.Roads to Madness - (previously unreleased)
Queensryche: Geoff Tate (vocals); Chris DeGarmo, Michael Wilton (guitar, background vocals); Eddie Jackson (bass, background vocals); Scott Rockenfield (drums).
Additional personnel: Pamela Moore (vocals); Anthony Valentine, Debbie Wheeler, Mike Snyder, Scott Mateer (spoken vocals).
Producers: Queensyche, Jeff Tannenberg.
Reissue producer: David Brown.
Engineers: James "Jimbo" Barton, Tom Hall.
Digitally remastered by Evren Gocknar (Capitol Mastering).
Personnel: Geoff Tate (vocals); Chris DeGarmo, Michael Wilton (guitar); Scott Rockenfield (drums).
Audio Mixer: James Barton .
Recording information: Wisconsin (05/10/1991-05/12/1991).
Photographers: Chris Cuffaro; Ross Halfin; Matt Mahurin; Harold Sinclair; Peter Dokus.
Unknown Contributor Roles: T.J. Thompson; Anthony Valentine; Scott Mateer; Mike Snyder; Debbie Wheeler; Pamela Moore; Robert Savage.
When Queensr˜che toured in 1991 in support of Empire, EMI released Operation: LIVEcrime, a limited-edition set containing both a videocassette and a CD of live performances. Interestingly, nothing from Empire is included on this hour-long CD, which instead focuses strictly (and obviously, from the title) on material from the acclaimed Operation: Mindcrime. While EMI would have done better to release an official live album (perhaps a two-CD set?) that also contained some of the songs from Empire, inspired live performances of such gems as "The Needle Lies," "Eyes of a Stranger," "Anarchy-X," and "Electric Requiem" are nothing to complain about. ~ Alex Henderson
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