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5 stars The best album by Queen? Maybe. Althought i prefer the first one, i can honestly say this is an stupendous sequel. Some people have told me that this record is more cohesive than Queen and i think they're probably right, because if you listen to the whole album at once, you'll notice there isn't a single weak moment in it. There are fantastic tracks on the white side ("Father to Son", "White Queen (As It Began)") but The Black Side stands out as the best with the initial "Ogre Battle", "Nevermore", "The March of The Black Queen", "Funny How Love is" and the true gem "The Fairy Feller's Masters-Stroke", boy, those vocal harmonies kill me every time!

I truly recommend this record to anyone who calls him(her)self a music lover, even if you don't like prog or dislike Queen for any reason, you're gonna love it. It's a true masterpiece along with all 70's material of the band. Go get it!

Pascual | 5/5 |


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