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Greatest Hits Vol.2 - QueenThe best compilation album ever (176 words)
by Stevie3535 - written on 17/07/00, updated on 17/07/00 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Hits I by Q Queen contains some essential tracks (Bohemian Rhaspody, We will rock you...etc), Greatest Hits II contains some of the best songs Queen ever wrote. Songs like A kind of magic, I want to break free, Radio Ga Ga and Hamnmer to Fall etc are all some of the bands most enduring material and is loved by all. This is a very ...
Sheer Heart Attack - QueenSheer Brilliance! (224 words)
by SusanLesley - written on 10/01/01, updated on 10/01/01 (Useful, 71 readings)
What can I say about this album without going into lists of superlatives? Oh well maybe just one – it’s brilliant!!! I do generally like the earlier Q Queen releases in preference to the later ones, but this one is a classic. There is a good variety of rock tracks such as Killer Queen, Flick of the Wrist, Misfire, Stone Cold Crazy and Now I’m Here. The best rocker is the classic Brighton Rock with a wonderful instrumental in the middle lasting about 3 minutes – or even longer when they performed it on stage (oh happy days!) The ballads include the beautiful Lily of the Valley and Dear Friends and the haunting In the Lap of the Gods all showing the ...
Sheer Heart Attack - QueenQueen Rocks! (327 words)
by The Harmonizer - written on 14/08/00, updated on 14/08/00 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Queen have always been prolific writers but when they first started out they recorded three albums in two years! (Queen I, Queen II and Sheer Heart Attack). In my opinion Sheer Heart Attack and A Night At The Opera were their best and although they have done a lot of work since nothing quite comes up to this standard. I think the main difference between this and later albums is that they slightly toned down their heavy rock in order to appeal to a more mainstream audience. The album opens with "Brighton Rock" the guitar solo on this is brilliant with Brian adopting an echo that allows him to harmonise with himself in left and right speakers. There is also an ...