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Queensrÿche - Tribe album

Queensrÿche - Tribe album

  • Performer: Queensrÿche
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Tribe
  • Released: 2003
  • Style: Prog Rock, Hard Rock
  • Label: Silverline
  • Catalog: 288208-9
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 2576 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2795 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 586


2Doin' Fine3:53
3Desert Dance3:56
5The Art Of Life4:16
6Falling Behind4:28
8The Great Divide4:00
9Losing Myself4:12
10Rhythm Of Hope3:30


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
06076-84578-2Queensrÿche Tribe ‎(CD, Album)Sanctuary Records06076-84578-2US2003
VICP-62421Queensrÿche Tribe ‎(CD, Album)VictorVICP-62421Japan2003
MISCD018Queensrÿche Tribe ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Metal-Is Records MISCD018Russia2003
82876 62060 2Queensrÿche Tribe ‎(CD, Album)Sanctuary Records, BMG Russia82876 62060 2Russia2003
MISPR018Queensrÿche Tribe ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Metal-is RecordsMISPR018Europe2003


24 bit / 96 kHz 5.1 Channel MLP DVD-Audio and 24 bit / 96 kHz 5.1 Dolby Digital options.
Stunning 5.1 surround sound. Desert Dance video. Photo gallery. Lyrics. Plays an all DVD players.

This release does not include a stereo mix.


  • Barcode: 6-76628-82089-6


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sanctuary Records
  • Copyright (c) – 5.1 Label Group, L.L.C.
  • Manufactured By – Sanctuary Records
  • Licensed To – Sanctuary Records



Realistic Realistic
Note that although this DuelDisc of Queensryche Tribe suggests that the DVD-side includes the "Album in surround sound and stereo" it only includes the surround sound version (5.1 Multichannel in 24 bit 96 KHz MLP). This is true of the regular DVD-Audio version as well. The DuelDisc does include the stereo version on the CD side (in CD standard 16 bit 44.1 KHz).
Thought I would share here since I purchased the standard DVD-Audio assuming I could get the hi-res stereo and once realized it didn't went back and also punchased the DUelDisc hoping perhaps it was included on the DVD side there since it is specifically advertised but even if it wasn't I could always just use the CD side for the stereo mix. Either of course could perform a fold down of the 5.1 mix to stereo but that is not the same thing as the dedicated stereo mix.