Queensryche - Mindcrime At The Moore [4LP] (LIMITED TRANSLUCENT RED, SOLID WHITE & BLACK MARBLED 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl, first time on vinyl, insert, numbered to 3500, import)
- 180 gram audiophile vinyl
- Including insert
- First time on vinyl
- Live recordings of their full performance (Operation: Mindcrime I & II) at The Moore Theatre in Seattle 2006.
- Limited edition of 3500 individually numbered copies on translucent red, solid white & black marbled vinyl
The progressive metal band Queensrÿche broke into the mainstream with their acclaimed 1988 album Operation: Mindcrime. The album featured the first charting hits of the band, “Eyes of a Stranger” and “I Don't Believe in Love”. Operation: Mindcrime was certified Platinum by the RIAA not long after its release. The album follows the story of Nikki, a drug addict who becomes disillusioned with the corrupt society of his time and reluctantly becomes involved with a revolutionary group as an assassin of political leaders.
Its sequel, Operation: Mindcrime II was released in 2006 and contained the singles “I'm American” and “The Hands”. It picked up the story where the original left off, with Nikki out of prison and seeking revenge for the killing of his beloved former prostitute turned nun, Sister Mary. In support of the album, the band went on tour and performed the two albums in their entirety for three consecutive nights in October 2006 at The Moore Theatre in Seattle.
For the very first time, the live album Mindcrime At The Moore is now available on vinyl. The 4LP set is available as a limited edition of 3500 individually numbered copies on translucent red, solid white & black marbled vinyl and contains an insert.
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