#1
If they just kept the quality and direction of their first EP. Instead we got some okay sounding albums with only a few good tunes on each. I wish they would have made the EP at least a full album. Thoughts?
#2
Exactly! I never quite got into Queensyche, however the first EP is a heavy metal classic. Warning was nowhere near as good.
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#3
Totally agree. I bought that EP when it was released.

But man that was released in 1983. 32 years ago.

Just let it go.....
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#5
The band was never the same when Chris D'garmo left. Michael and Chris had an amazing chemistry together. I loved everything thru empire, after that the energy started to go down hill. Mindcrime is one of the best albums of all time, Empire had a load of great stuff on it, but after that they changed and their songwriting suffered. Then Chris left and I've not heard anything great since, although I did hear a song off of Human Condition that was pretty good, I may give that record a try. I just really miss the interplay of Michael and Chris, there was magic there.
#6
They are one of my favorite bands based on their albums up to Promised Land. The albums after that have 1 or 2 good songs each if that. I still listen to them with Todd on Vocals and although it's better than the crap Tate was doing, It's nowhere near the level they were at before.