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Rage for Order

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Category: Prog. Metal

Year: 1986

Label: EMI (Japan)

Catalog Number: CP32-5180

Average Rating: 95 / 100 (6 ratings)

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Queensryche Rage for Order Album Cover

Geoff Tate vocals
Chris DeGarmo guitars
Michael Wilton guitars
Eddie Jackson bass
Scott Rockenfield drums
1.  Walk in the Shadows  3:35
2.  I Dream in Infrared  4:19
3.  The Whisper  3:36
4.  Gonna Get Close to You  4:38  Cover: Dalbello
5.  The Killing Words  3:57
6.  Surgical Strike  3:22
7.  Neue Regel  4:56
8.  Chemical Youth (We Are Rebellion)  4:15
9.  London  5:07
10.  Screaming in Digital  3:36
11.  I Will Remember  4:24
Total Running Time:  45:45

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Existing comments about this CD

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: September 7, 2002 at 5:49
Y a la tercera la vencida,sonido Queensrÿche,disco único,no hay grupo que se les parezca,composiciones totalmente vanguardistas,siempre con la melodia como mejor aliada.AUTENTICA OBRA DE ARTE.

From: Steve T Date: September 18, 2002 at 7:35
At last! A good production from Neil Kernon no less. He really brought out the best in the band on this album. This is my personal fave album by the band and everything falls into place here. This is also the most progressive of the band's output. No bad songs, playing to die for and Geoff is just amazing. Every single song here is a masterpiece in it's own right. 10/10

From: Mark K Date: February 11, 2003 at 15:17
What else can you say? This album flat out rules! Outside of Gonna Get Close To You it's all good. 9.5

From: ted Date: April 25, 2003 at 16:04
Gran cd de Queensryche con un toque muy personal y único en cada tema se empeza a vislumbrar lo que grabarían 2 años más tarde

From: brittany dunn Date: February 25, 2004 at 11:44
i think that album kicks butt i love the song walk in the shadows and gonna get close to you and i dream in infrared and chemical youth (we are Rebellion)

From: chaotic Date: June 3, 2004 at 18:56
got it on tape it burns ass.;

From: Metal T Date: April 6, 2005 at 15:03
Nope....Sorry,Rage' doesn't even come close to Mindcrime' or "The Ep".Those were flat out streamline metal albums without too much progressive experimentation.By the way "Gonna Get Close to You" is vomit inducing ...

From: juan carlos Date: February 26, 2007 at 16:50
Tremendo disco, todo un clásico. Esto era el preludio a lo que se veía venir con el "Operation Mindcrime". Tate ya todo un consagrado y los solos de Degarmo son excelentes. "Walk in the Shadows" "Surgical Strike" o "Chemikal Youth" son escenciales, las mas rifferas y directas, Tate se despacha con todo en las "lentas" y claro "The Killing Words" define este tipo de temas con el sello Queensryche. Album super-conceptual pero que no raya la genialidad como en el OP IMO. Super-Recomendado. 9/10

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