|1||How Could I?||3:43|
|2||Breakdown (Radio Edit)||3:11|
|6||The Right Side Of My Mind||5:50|
|7||Sacred Ground (Live)||4:23|
|8||Wot Kinda Man||3:14|
|12||Until There Was You||4:05|
|14||When The Rain Comes...||5:05|
|83225-2||Queensrÿche||Q2k (CD, Album)||Atlantic||83225-2||US||1999|
|AND 1093||Queensrÿche||Q2k (CD, Album)||Anthem||AND 1093||Canada||1999|
|7567-83225-2||Queensrÿche||Q2k (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Atlantic||7567-83225-2||Russia||1999|
|none||Queensrÿche||Q2k (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Atlantic||none||Russia||1999|
|7567-83225-2||Queensrÿche||Q2k (CD, Album)||Atlantic||7567-83225-2||Europe||1999|
- Bass – Edbass
- Drums, Percussion – Scott Rockenfield
- Guitar – Kelly Gray, Michael Wilton
- Mixed By – Jon Plum, Kelly Gray
- Producer – Queensrÿche
- Remastered By – Eddy Schreyer
- Vocals – Geoff Tate
Album Mixed at London Bridge Studios, Seattle.
Remastered at Oasis Mastering, Studio City, CA.
Tracks 12 & 13 previously unissued.
Track 14 taken from the Japanese issue of Q2k (11/99).
- Barcode: 081227407629
Q2K - Queensrÿche. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Q2K is the seventh studio album by progressive metal band Queensrÿche, released on 14 September 1999. It was the only Queensrÿche studio album to feature guitarist Kelly Gray, who, in the early 1980s, was in a band called Myth with vocalist Geoff Tate. Breakdown was released as the first single off Q2K. The Right Side of My Mind was released as the band's first music video since the album Promised Land and has had occasional airplay on VH1 Classic, which also premiered it in a special co-hosted by. Queensrÿche - Q2K 1999. in album Queensrÿche - Q2K 1999. Queensrÿche - Falling Down. Queensrÿche - Sacred Ground. Queensrÿche - One Life. Queensrÿche - When the Rain Comes. Queensrÿche - How Could I 762. VIP Meet and Greets. Guardian Queensrÿche 0:45. Hellfire Queensrÿche 0:44. Toxic Remedy Queensrÿche 0:45. Selfish Lives Queensrÿche 0:45. Eye9 Queensrÿche 0:44. Listen free to Queensrÿche Q2K Falling Down, Sacred Ground and more. 11 tracks 50:42. Q2K is the eighth studio album by progressive metal band Queensrÿche, released on 14 September 1999. Q2K. More Queensrÿche albums. Silent Lucidity: Greatest Hits. Show all albums by Queensrÿche. Album 1999 15 Songs. Hard Rock , 1999. Their decade-capping Q2K is no different. Yes, it does suffer from their worst title ever, but this, their first effort for Atlantic Records, is an assured effort that trims away some of their excesses, replacing it with a slightly heavier, harder approach. As a matter of fact, the album feels like a concept album but appears not to be one, which is unusual for Queensryche. Queensrÿche is the thirteenth studio album by American heavy metal band Queensrÿche, and the first to feature new singer Todd La Torre. It was released during a time when there were two different versions of the band, the other led by former singer Geoff Tate, who would give up his rights to the name in an amicable settlement in 2014