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Performer: Mind Crime
Title: Mind Crime
Released: 2003
Style: Hard Rock
Rating: 4.1
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The band retained the cinematic intensity of the former, while telling a story involving conspiracy theorists, assassins, drugs, a corrupt priest and several clever plot twists. The album leant itself to a theatrical stage presentation and opened the doors for other bands to experiment with similar structures

Band Name Queensrÿche. Album Name Operation: Mindcrime. Дата релиза 03 Май 1988. It reached the spot on the BillBoard Top 200 chart in 1988. This album was so popular, that it went triple platinum. The song, I Don't Believe in Love, won a Grammy in 1990 for best metal performance. This is a concept album, with the story line concerning a hit man for the mob, and an ex-hooker who turned into a nun.

The Key (Operation: Mindcrime album). The Key is the debut album by progressive metal band Operation: Mindcrime. It is the first in a concept album trilogy on virtual currencies, internet banking and stock trading. It was released on September 18, 2015. The first single, titled "Re-Inventing the Future" was released on July 28, 2015, and two more, "Burn" and "The Fall" were released on August 19, 2015

Operation: Mindcrime is the third studio album by the American progressive metal band Queensrÿche. Originally released on May 3, 1988, the album was reissued on May 6, 2003 with two bonus tracks, and again in 2006 as a deluxe box set. A concept album and a rock opera, its story follows Nikki, a recovering 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.

Queensryche Operation: Mindcrime displayed a resonant power of all-too-relevant topics of political stagnation, vigilantism, and love gone tragic. Welcome, headbangers, to a fantastic record that threw the concept album phenomenon square into the lap of heavy metal! One of the greatest works to introduce this trend to heavy metal is, without question, Operation: Mindcrime by Queensryche. Released in 1988, it was the group’s 4th studio album. Before its release, Queensryche had some time to polish their sound.

Operation: Mindcrime (1988) by Queensrÿche. Labels: EMI America, Manhattan Records. Genres: Heavy Metal, Progressive Metal Members: Geoff Tate, Chris Degarmo, Michael Wilton, Scott Rockenfield, Eddie Jackson.

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