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5 stars Queen was the first band I ever got interested in as a child, at age 8 I would come home from school, and listen to queen until I had to go to bed. Reviewing an album by your favorite band is always difficult because you're going to be very bias but in this instance regardless of bias this is one of the best albums of all time. This album incorporates a lot of elements, and it really goes to show what you can do with a band full of singers who can also play instruments. The album is definitely an easy listen; songs go by reasonably quick, and that's one of the geniuses of this album, great 3 to 4 minute songs that flow exceptionally well together with the occasional epic. Vocals are amazing, great harmonies and Freddie's lyrics are so inviting it's hard not to be impressed with this album. Musically this album is an A+ drifting from hard rock to ragtime, and the guitar work is just crippling. Being this is the album that contains the famous epic, "Bohemian rhapsody", it's hard not to fall in love with this album. An easy 5 stars.
DASistGrantTeeL | 5/5 |


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