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This project was started in late 2012 because I discovered that all pages about this band were very subpar. If no class rating is provided, then I have not yet requested an assessment after doing significant editing on this article. If an article is missing from the below list, then I have not yet significantly edited that article.
My current focus lies with the 2012 split of the band, the two studio albums released in 2013, and the individual biographies. After that, I would like to improve each album article individually.
- Queensrÿche — expand 90s–00s history On hold
- Queensrÿche personnel — expand guest musicians overview On hold
- Slave to the System — create decent article
- Slave to the System (album) — create decent article
- Category:Queensrÿche — proper structuring
This project is currently not very active. In 2013, I've created articles for the albums that got released in late 2012 and early 2013. Things will probably pick up again in the anticipation for a new studio album.
- Tim Christensen — corrected, expanded to get it on par
- Secrets on Parade — 2000 studio album
- Honeyburst — 2003 studio album
- Live at Abbey Road Studios 2004 — 2004 live 2CD and 2CD/DVD)
- Superior (album) — 2008 studio album
- Tim Christensen and The Damn Crystals — 2011 studio album
- The EP Series, Volume 1: Acoustic Covers — 2012 studio album
- Pure McCartney — 2013 live album
- Olaf Olsen (drummer) — former drummer
- Dizzy Mizz Lizzy — former band; expanded, corrected