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"Screaming In Digital" Volume 54
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*** | The Queensryche Net Digest
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******* ******* | Volume 054: 29oct92
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_Screaming in Digital______________________________Editor's Note_
Hi, folks. Having imposed the 8k cap on digests, I'm
going to start sending them out whenever I have 8k. So much for
keeping track of things by week! I hope this is not a problem
I've contacted the person who's working on the
Official Queensryche Archives for the fan club, and arranged
to send her some of the information contained on the FTP
site. I hope to work with her to improve the completeness of
both archives, and perhaps offer a computerized version of
the Official Archive when it is done.
In this issue: "Operation: Mindcrime" sheet music,
"Building Empires," a possible Thanksgiving show, and more. If
you sent something and it's not here, look in the next one!
_Neue Regel___________________________________________What's New_
firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeff) writes,
All guitarists out there will be at once delighted and
disappointed to know that the guitar transcription of "Operation:
Mindcrime" is finally out. You will be disappointed to know
that, just like with Empire, only about half the songs are
included in the book. Much to my dismay, 'The Mission' and
'Suite Sister Mary' were both left out, as were (if memory serves
me) 'Speak' and 'The Needle Lies.' Included were 'Anarchy X,'
'Revolution Calling,' 'I Don't Believe in Love,' 'Waiting for
22,' 'Eyes of a Stranger,' and three more I think. Oh, and it's
25 bucks - I don't know how the publisher thinks they can get
away with that. What a let-down.
email@example.com (James) writes,
Will they add more footage to the video of 'Anybody
Listening' on the "Building Empires" video? I personally hate
the edited version of that song. I would love to see more and
hear more of that video. I guess we will have to wait.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Alan) writes,
According to a full-page ad in this week's Billboard,
"Building Empires" is not due in-store until November 10th, not
November 3rd. Dunno what it's actually gonna be, but don't be
surprised if nothing shows up next Tuesday.
email@example.com (Paul) writes,
I saw a new ad in this week's Billboard. They have
changed the date of release from November 10, 1992 to the
popularly known November 3, 1992, "Due to popular demand."
firstname.lastname@example.org (Brad) writes,
Does anybody know if the new "Building Empires" video is
going to be available on Laser Disc? I personally would prefer
having this collection on Laser Disc!
_Roads to Madness__________________________________________Shows_
email@example.com (Robert) writes,
Have you heard anything about Queensryche playing
somewhere on Thanksgiving '92? I live in the San Francisco bay
area and my girlfriend said she heard on the local rock FM
station, KOME, that Queensryche, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and
someone else (Temple of the Dog?) were playing on Thanksgiving.
She assumed it to be here, I told her it's probably in Seattle,
or a satellite radio broadcast or something else, since tickets
probably would've been announced around here by now. The Sunday
San Francisco Chronicle/Examiner Datebook didn't mention
_Spreading the Disease_________________________________Resources_
firstname.lastname@example.org (Dave) writes,
This weekend i bought a CD boot which i'm not sure has
been listed yet. It is called "Operation: Livecrime" and is from
Amsterdam. It is just like the domestic "Livecrime," but is
obviously a different concert recording. It has some pretty nice
photos of the band playing, and is an excellent quality boot. It
compares with the domestic release in sound, and I _highly_
recommend it to anyone who wants more live "Mindcrime."
I also happened upon an old "Rage for Order" promo
poster! It is a blowup of the back photo of the band with a lot
of the symbols surrounding it and has some text about it being
the new Queensryche release, etc. It's great! I've been hoping
to find some old promo posters, and just happened upon this one
hanging on an old record store's wall.
I've seen the vinyl release of 'Silent Lucidity' in the
UK. It has a very nice cover, with a try-ryche cut out of the
center so that you can see the LP through it. And the record is
painted silver. It is very nice looking, but was too pricey for
me to afford at the moment.
I also ran across a final copy of the "Operation: Empire"
boxset in a store in Arlington, Texas. If someone wants it, let
me know, and i'll give you the address of the store. This
particular store also has a CD copy of the "Anarchy-X" bootleg.
I ran across copies of the dual 'Silent Lucidity' CD UK
release, but again, didnt have the money to pay for additional
copies of 'Silent Lucidity' and the accompanying "Livecrime"
tracks. The art work is quite good however, and would almost be
worth the money just for the small booklet it comes with.
There is a _very_ nice CD single of 'Best I Can' out of
Japan which has some assorted extra tracks on it. I cant recall
exactly what they were, but i _do_ remember that there were two
versions of 'Best I Can,' and the cover art was really cool.
It had a hologram-type of effect and was really nice, and really
The final discovery i made this weekend, and something
which i'm going to purchase soon is an official Queensryche
roadie denim jacket!! They are asking a _lot_ of money for it,
but i think i'm going to take it anyway, as it's such a rare
thing. I'll let you know how it looks!
Thus ends issue 54... if anyone has a problem with the
possibility of getting 2 in 1 week, yell. Else, 'Ryche on!
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