QUEENSRCHE's 'Operation: Mindcrime': Fifth Part Of Retrospective Available

June 4, 2008

The fifth installment of Blistering.com's QUEENSRCHE retrospective "I Remember Now: The 20th Anniversary of Operation: Mindcrime" is now posted and features an in-depth interview with guest vocalist Pamela Moore.

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Compiled by noted QUEENSRCHE historian Christa Titus, the series will feature interviews with members involved in the album's creation, plus perspectives from two other relevant sources. With topics ranging from guitarist Michael Wilton's initial displeasure with the album's mix and singer Geoff Tate's assessment of how TV helped sell "Mindcrime", to bassist Eddie Jackson's take on dealing with new-found success and drummer Scott Rockenfield's intimate details of the band's rehearsal space, "I Remember Now: The 20th Anniversary of Operation: Mindcrime" is one of the first complete and comprehensive looks at one of rock's most intriguing concept albums and the players involved in it.

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