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Queensryche: Operation Livecrime poster
Queensryche: Operation Livecrime
Type: Movie
Genre: Music
Release Year: 2001

Producer: Jeff Richter
Director: Wayne Isham
Composer: Scott Rockenfield

Description: To Queensryche fans, Operation: Mindcrime is the hard-rock equivalent of Pink Floyd's The Wall in its ambition, scope, and theatrical pomp. This 1991 filming of the band's live presentation of the album is no substitute for its electrifying stage show, but as filmed concerts go, it's a pretty good replacement. Visually, director Wayne Isham and his editor Jeff Richter do their best to keep up with the multimedia production: films, lighting, cued sounds, and dialogue are as important to Operation: Livecrime as the music. But enough of the convoluted story comes through to allow even the uninitiated to follow it. Musically, the band is in top form, especially singer Geoff Tate, who seems to hit notes most rock singers didn't even know existed.

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