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1 stars Now this is dire. This collection represents Queen's collaborations, a few naff singles and some Freddie Mercury solo pieces. From Queen singing with cheesy pop star George Michael, to Freddie's pseudo-opera to cheesy ballads, this album has it all if you have no musical taste and like the listen to third rate garbage that's an insult to the legend that this band was. And what's with the Freddie tribute 'No One But You', I'm sure Mercury would rather be remembered by a complex operatically arranged masterpiece a la 'March of the Black Queen', 'Bo Rhap', or 'Innuendo' than this piece of commercial clap. Then there's the lowest of the low: a Queen collaboration with Wyclef Jean. Someone RAPPING over the immortal bass line of 'Another One Bites the Dust'. As a musci fan, a Queen fan, a musician, and a human, that track is an insult to my ears. Now I've got that out of my system, I would like to recomend this album to people without ears. Enjoy.
burtonrulez | 1/5 |


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