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Queensrÿche - Hear In The Now Frontier

6.3 | 161 votes |
Release date: 1997
Style: Progressive heavy metal


154 have it
6 want it
1 trades it

01. Sign Of The Times
02. Cuckoo's Nest
03. Get A Life
04. The Voice Inside
05. Some People Fly
06. Saved
07. You
08. Hero
09. Miles Away
10. Reach
11. All I Want
12. Hit The Black
13. Anytime-Anywhere
14. Spool

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08.11.2012 - 09:22
Rating: 7
Angelic Storm
Written by Yaniv on 07.11.2012 at 20:26

It can't be more awful than this, where is the metal? Their worst.

Oh, it can be A LOT more awful than that! Compared to most of the albums that came after this one, it's a classic! "Dedicated To Chaos" is a far worse album than this one is. HITNF isn't classic Queensryche by any means, but there's a few good songs on it definitely.
02.12.2012 - 22:24
Rating: 5
Secundum Filium
To think that this band would only get WORSE from this point on... *sigh
Ordinary men hate solitude. But the Master makes use of it, embracing his aloneness, realizing he is one with the whole universe (Lao Tzu).
10.11.2015 - 19:12
Mountain King
K i K o
Not only does it suck and it's also too long. This album had Degarmo on it so I guess not even he could change the direction the band (or better to say Geoff Tate) wanted to take. As far as I've read on several articles, it's Geoff who wanted to keep up with current trends back then and Michael Wilton was always trying to put that metal touch in. I'm not sure what's true but what I'm sure about is that this album is where this band starts to suck pretty. While Promised Land was the last decent effort, upcoming albums had a few decent moments but that's all.
11.11.2015 - 10:03
slim pickings
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I like this album, all the albums after that, except Tribe, are much worse IMO.

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