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Queensrÿche - Take Cover

6.3 | 77 votes |
Release date: 13 November 2007
Style: Progressive heavy metal


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6 want it

01. Welcome To The Machine [Pink Floyd cover]
02. Heaven On Their Minds [from Jesus Christ Superstar]
03. Almost Cut My Hair [Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young cover]
04. For What It's Worth [Buffalo Springfield cover]
05. For The Love Of Money [The O'Jays cover]
06. Innuendo [Queen cover]
07. Neon Knights [Black Sabbath cover]
08. Synchronicity II [The Police cover]
09. Red Rain [Peter Gabriel cover]
10. Odissea [Carlo Marrale & Cheope cover]
11. Bullet The Blue Sky [live][U2 cover]

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05.09.2012 - 17:11
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Awful album, more like taking cover from bad music; this should be called "songs to the slaughter"; I enjoyed one ONE song, that is the cover of the Pink Floyd - Welcome to the Machine. They slaughtered the rest, I mean how does one screw up a U2 or a Police song?! Not to mention the Queen song but then again no one should mess with that...they ruined the whole atmosphere the original song had.
07.10.2012 - 11:21
Rating: 3
Secundum Filium
Wow... this is bad. They managed to mutilate some awesome songs from Peter Gabriel, Queen, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, and The Police! This should have never been released unless it was for the purpose of pissing off the fans of these better artists. For shame.
Ordinary men hate solitude. But the Master makes use of it, embracing his aloneness, realizing he is one with the whole universe (Lao Tzu).
14.01.2014 - 22:38
Rating: 6
Erotic Stains
I don't think this one's so bad. You know what's funny? With the exception of "Operation: Mindcrime II"(which I kinda like) this cover album is in my opinion the best album by Queensrÿche during the last 20 years. That really shows just how bad albums and songs the band has released after "Promised Land".

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