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5 stars Queen slice of artsy hard rock/metal is one of the finest recordings in rock history. From the opening 'Procession through Father To Son and White Queen, right on through to the epic Side Black... there's nothing here not worthy of being called a progressive masterpiece. The Loser In the End is noticably weaker than the rest of the album, but coming in at only 4 minutes and between the excellent Some Day One Day and Ogre Battle (and being a pretty good song in and of itself), it hardly takes away from the materpiece that is every other song on this one. The highlight here is the Mercury- penned The March Of the Black Queen, which has everything you could possible love about prog, and also the hit from the album Seven Seas of Rhye, where Freddie shows us how to do a truely progressive piece in under 3 minutes.

5 stars, no doubt.

SilverEclipse | 5/5 |


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