QUEENSRŸCHE: 'The Hands' Video Posted Online

QUEENSRŸCHE's video for the song "The Hands" has been posted online at WindowsMedia.com. The track is the second single off the group's latest CD, "Operation: Mindcrime II", which has sold 83,000 copies in the United States since its April 4 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

As previously reported, Rhino Records has set an August 29, 2006 release date for the reissue of QUEENSRŸCHE's 1999 effort, "Q2K". The new CD will include 3-4 bonus tracks, the details of which will be announced soon. Limited-edition signed copies and a free "Q2K" cap will be included in the new package.

QUEENSRŸCHE'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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