QUEENSRŸCHE: 'Q2K' Reissue Details Revealed
Rhino Records has set an August 29, 2006 release date for the reissue of QUEENSRŸCHE's 1999 effort, "Q2K". The new CD will include four bonus tracks. In addition, limited-edition signed copies and a free "Q2K" cap will be included in the new package.
"Q2K" re-release track listing:
01. Falling Down
02. Sacred Ground
03. One Life
04. When The Rain Comes...
05. How Could I?
06. Beside You
07. Liquid Sky
09. Burning Man
10. Wot Kinda Man
11. The Right Side Of My Mind
12. Until There Was You
14. Sacred Ground (live)
15. Breakdown (radio edit)
QUEENSRŸCHE's latest CD, "Operation: Mindcrime II", has sold 89,000 copies in the United States since its April 4 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The band's top-selling album by far is 1990's "Empire", which was certified triple-platinum in October 1994 for sales in excess of three million copies in the United States. The original "Operation: Mindcrime" release (1988) attained platinum status in August 1991, while 1994's "Promised Land" reached the same plateau in December 1994.
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