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THE GAME

Queen

 

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2.82 | 398 ratings

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4 stars The year is 1980. Queen's music was becoming more commercial. They were starting to make the transition to pop music. Many people think that pop music=bad but that is not the case. This album is surely not as bad as everybody says. It is actually quite good. This album is not prog in any way and should not be viewed as it. If you forget about prog and just listen to this album as a pop album it will be an enjoyable experience. Songs like Another One Bites the Dust and Play The Game were hits at the time and are quite good. Some other good tracks are Crazy Little Thing Called Love and Save Me. This album does contain some filler, but all in all it is a very enjoyable album. Queen would not become terrible until the release of Flash Gordon, and then the very Terrible Hot Space.
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