Geoff Tate’s Queensrÿche Re-Releasing Debut Album

‘Frequency Unknown’ gets a new mix

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Oh man.

Why would you release the same piece of shit twice?

Other than you want to fleece your fans?

Frequency Unknown, the one album released by the Geoff Tate-fronted version of Queensrÿche, is being reissued.

In response to complaints about the quality of the album’s mix, Cleopatra Records commissioned multi-instrumentalist and producer Billy Sherwood (of Yes) to remix the entire album.

However, due to schedule restrictions, Sherwood was never able to complete his mix…until now.

The new version of Frequency will drop on November 4.

That’s tomorrow, of course.

The deluxe edition of the disc will boast the original 2013 version on one disc with Sherwood’s mix on another.

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