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Greatest Hits Vol 1 & 2
Artist: Queen
UPC: 00720616204226
Label: Universal Music Group
Genre: Popular Music
    OUR PRICE: $15.83  
Product Type: Compact Disc
Released: November 1995
Additional Information
Units: 2
Weight: 0.74 lbs
Track Listing
1 DISC 1:
2 Bohemian Rhapsody
3 Somebody to Love
4 Now I'm Here
5 Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy
6 Play the Game
7 Flash
8 Seven Seas of Rhye
9 We Will Rock You
10 We Are the Champions
11 Another One Bites the Dust
12 Killer Queen
13 Fat Bottomed Girls
14 Bicycle Race
15 You're My Best Friend
16 Don't Stop Me Now
17 Save Me
18 Crazy Little Thing Called Love
19 DISC 2:
20 Kind of Magic, A
21 Headlong
22 Miracle, The
23 I'm Going Slightly Mad
24 Invisible Man, The
25 Hammer to Fall
26 Friends Will Be Friends
27 Show Must Go On, The
28 One Vision
29 Under Pressure
30 Radio Ga Ga
31 I Want It All
32 I Want to Break Free
33 Innuendo
34 It's a Hard Life
35 Breakthru
36 Who Wants to Live Forever
Release Date : 11/07/1995
General Description : Performer
Muze Genre-sub class : Rock & Pop
Number of Discs : 2
Running Time : 134 minutes 5 seconds
Performance Recorded : Studio
Review Expert : Q (10/00, p.155) - Included in Q's "Best Best Of... Albums Of All Time" - "...Love Queen's pomp or loathe their nutty excesses, you can't ignore them, not in this quantity. And not a soul in the world does not have a favorite here."
Misc Note : Queen: Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon. Producers include: Queen, Roy Thomas Baker, Mack, David Bowie, David Richards. Includes liner notes Jim Jenkins and Jacky Smith. Liner Note Author: Jim Jenkins. Unknown Contributor Roles: John Deacon ; Roger Taylor ; Brian May; Freddie Mercury. Queen began life in 1972, formed by guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor, and bassist Tim Staffell. When Staffell left, May and Taylor elected to form a new band with vocalist Freddie Mercury. Bassist John Deacon completed the lineup. Their self-titled debut fused 70s glam and late 60s heavy rock, and their second album fulfilled their early promise. SHEER HEART ATTACK consolidated their commercial standing. In 1975, they completed the seven-minute mini-opera "Bohemian Rhapsody." The startlingly unique track topped the UK charts for an astonishing nine weeks. The attendant album, A NIGHT AT THE OPERA reached number 1 in the UK and hit the US Top 5. A DAY AT THE RACES continued the bombast, the catchy "Somebody To Love" and anthemic "We Are The Champions" both reaching number 2 in the UK. Queen varied their formula with the 50s-style "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" and the disco-influenced "Another One Bites The Dust." In late 1981, Queen were back at number 1 in the UK with "Under Pressure," a collaboration with David Bowie. In 1991, INNUENDO entered the UK charts at number 1. Sadly, the group's career effectively ended with the death of Mercury on 24 November 1991.