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3 stars Apart from "39", "The Prophet's Song", and "Bohemian Rhapsody" there's not much else here that is not music hall quirky tunes, pop, and balls-our overblown boring rock anthems. Of course, this is just one guys opinion...But of course, those 3 songs are MONSTERS! "39" is a beautiful and haunting Brian May sci-fi folk song that I can never get tired of. His voice sounds better than ever, here. "The Prophet's Song" is a return to the classic bombastic Queen of their earlier days and is an all-time Queen great number. And of course there's "Bohemian Rhapsody". Nuff said. This is not a great album, and it is not their most proggiest (Queen II?), but because of those songs I cannot give it any less than 3 stars.
mohaveman | 3/5 |


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