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The Singles Collection: Volume 4 (Digitally Remastered 2010) (13CD)
Queen - CD
Listen....I love Queen, I can't get enough of their live stuff, their excellent muscianship, their fabulous frontman with the amazing voice, etc. These boxsets have been super aswell. An opportunity to give fans the chance to collect all the singles, but this final box, unlike the previous 3 has missed important non-album track B-sides like the super bluesy 'Lost Opportunity' which was the B-side to 'I'm Going Slightly Mad' and then a great little track called 'Mad The Swine', (a b-side to rocker 'Headlong') an early 70s song recorded around about the time of their first album. A sad omission, Roger and Brian should be asking why they are not there? Still you can't have it all.....but I thought that was the idea.
Absolute Greatest (2CD A4 Casebound Book)
4 New from
Why should Queen release another Greatest Hits? They already have one of, if not THE best selling album of all time in GREATEST HITS. I'll tell you why shall I......because they are an awesome band and this collection will go to prove that. It goes to prove that amongst all the durge of the nineties and nouties X factor pop music generation, that there were legends around before that. Rock n Roll at its finest . A CD to prove the British music industry doesn't have a voice to match Freddie Mercury. Buy it if you don't own any Queen albums, buy it if you do!!!!
Queen Rock Montreal (2CD)
This is an absolutely fantastic performance. Nobody is/was as exciting as Queen Live. Four magical musicians powering out classic music. From the blistering opening rocker of We Will Rock you through to the quite brilliant vocal from Freddie on 'Somebody To Love', Brian May giving it some on 'Now I'm Here', Roger Taylor's colossal Timpani solo and John Deacons pounding bass-line on 'Keep Yourself Alive' and 'Another One Bites The Dust'. Buy this, Play It Loud!!! Its simply brilliant!