Queensrÿche - The Warning (1984) (Capitol Records Remastered Edition 2003)

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Queensrÿche - The Warning (1984) (Capitol Records Remastered Edition 2003)

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Queensrÿche - The Warning (1984) (Capitol Records Remastered Edition 2003)

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Year : 1984 (Capitol Records Remastered Edition 2003)
Style : Progressive Metal
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
Size : 158 mb


Bio:

Queensrÿche /ˈkwiːnzraɪk/ is an American progressive heavy metal band formed in 1982 in Bellevue, Washington out of the local band The Mob. The band has released 14 studio albums, one EP and several DVDs, and continues to tour and record. The original lineup consisted of vocalist Geoff Tate, guitarists Chris DeGarmo and Michael Wilton, bassist Eddie Jackson and drummer Scott Rockenfield.Queensrÿche has been successful in the progressive scene, having sold over 20 million albums worldwide, including over 6 million albums in the United States.The band received worldwide acclaim after the release of their 1988 album Operation: Mindcrime, which is often considered one of the greatest concept albums of all time. Their follow-up release, Empire, released in 1990, was also very successful and included the hit single "Silent Lucidity". The band has received three Grammy Award nominations for songs off both albums. In the late 90s, drummer Rockenfield also received a Grammy nomination outside of Queensrÿche.In 1997, guitarist and primary songwriter DeGarmo left the band for personal reasons. Over the years, his replacements have been Kelly Gray, Mike Stone, and Parker Lundgren, respectively. Following a highly publicized backstage altercation before a show in São Paulo, Brazil in April 2012, Tate was fired from the band and replaced with then-Crimson Glory singer Todd La Torre. In response to his dismissal, Tate and his wife Susan (who served as the band's manager from 2005–2012) filed a lawsuit in a Washington court, claiming that he was wrongfully terminated. The ruling in the preliminary injunction was that both parties were allowed to use the name Queensrÿche until a court ruling or a settlement decides who gets to use the name.A settlement was reached on April 17, 2014,in which founding members Wilton, Rockenfield and Jackson were awarded the rights to the band trademark, continuing to play with the lineup that additionally includes singer La Torre and guitarist Lundgren.During the time both parties could use the name Queensrÿche, Tate created his own lineup featuring former guitarist Gray and musicians from bands including Blue Öyster Cult, Ozzy Osbourne, Whitesnake, Dio, AC/DC and Quiet Riot.This version of Queensrÿche with Geoff Tate released the album Frequency Unknown on 23 April 2013,while Queensrÿche (with La Torre replacing Tate) released their eponymous album on 24 and 25 June 2013 (European and American release date, respectively).Both bands toured in 2013 and 2014.

Album:

The Warning is the first studio album by American progressive metal band Queensrÿche, released on September 7, 1984, and reissued on May 6, 2003, with three bonus tracks.Queensrÿche wrote the material for The Warning during their tour in support of the Queensrÿche EP, inspired by world events and the 1949 George Orwell novel Nineteen Eighty-Four.The album was recorded in various recording studios in London with Pink Floyd-producer James Guthrie.In 2013, lead singer Geoff Tate explained the band's dissatisfaction with the album's mix: "The only time I ever experienced [a record label restricting creative freedom] was during the recording of Queensrÿche's first album, The Warning. We went $300,000 over budget and the label took the record out of our hands and gave it to someone else to mix.The guy that mixed the album had no clue what Queensrÿche was. He never listened to hard rock music and didn't take input from anyone in the band.He just mixed it according to how he thought it should sound. No-one in the band could listen to that record. We all hated it."The Warning shows the band in an early stage of development, playing straight heavy metal songs unlike later albums in which more experimentation was expressed. It was a moderate commercial success in the United States, although none of the singles charted domestically. However, "Take Hold of the Flame" was an international hit, particularly in Japan.In support of the release, Queensrÿche went on a worldwide tour from August 1984 through to July 1985.During the American leg of their tour, they were the opening act for Kiss on their 1984–85 Animalize Tour and Iron Maiden on their 1984–85 World Slavery Tour, while in Europe they opened for Dio on their The Last in Line tour 1984.The album's original track sequence and sound mix that the band had approved, was changed by mix engineer Val Garay under orders from EMI-America, against the wishes of the band.This original intended sequence is identical to the final track listing but with the following exceptions: "N M 156" as the opening song, "Warning" as the second to last track, and "Deliverance" and "No Sanctuary" appearing in the opposite order. The band first learned of this in August 1984, while on tour in Japan.

Line-Up:

Geoff Tate – lead vocals - See also: Operation: Mindcrime, Sweet Oblivion, Avantasia (live), ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-Queensrÿche, ex-The Mob, ex-Babylon, ex-Myth, ex-Trinity, ex-Tyrant
Eddie Jackson - Bass (1982-present) - See also: ex-The Mob
Scott Rockenfield - Drums (1982-present) - See also: ex-The Mob, ex-Geoff Tate (live), ex-Slave to the System
Michael Wilton - Guitars (1982-present) - See also: ex-The Mob, Wratchet Head, ex-Soulbender
Chris DeGarmo – guitars, lead guitar on "Queen of the Reich" and "The Lady Wore Black", backing vocals

Additional musicians:

Michael Kamen – conducting, orchestral arrangement

Production:

James Guthrie – production
Val Garay – mixing
Neil Kernon – engineering, mixing ("The Prophecy"), production

Tracklist:

01. Warning (4:45)
02. En Force (5:15)
03. Deliverance (3:20)
04. No Sanctuary (6:05)
05. NM 156 (4:40)
06. Take Hold of the Flame (4:55)
07. Before the Storm (5:13)
08. Child of Fire (4:33)
09. Roads to Madness (9:54)
10. Prophecy (4:00) (Bonus Track)
11. The Lady Wore Black (live) (5:23) (Bonus Track)
12. Take Hold of the Flame (live) (5:06) (Bonus Track)

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