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Label: EMI Records
Catalog Number: 7243 8 23091 2 3
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John Deacon bass|
Brian May guitar
Freddie Mercury lead vocals
Roger Taylor drums
|1. ||We Will Rock You |
|2. ||Tie Your Mother Down |
|3. ||I Want It All |
|4. ||Seven Seas Of Rhye |
|5. ||I Can't Live With You 1997 'Rocks' retake |
|6. ||Hammer To Fall |
|7. ||Stone Cold Crazy |
|8. ||Now I'm Here |
|9. ||Fat Bottomed Girls |
|10. ||Keep Yourself Alive |
|11. ||Tear It Up |
|12. ||One Vision |
|13. ||Sheer Heart Attack |
|14. ||I'm In Love With My Car |
|15. ||Put Out The Fire |
|16. ||Headlong |
|17. ||It's Late |
|18. ||No-One But You (Only The Good Die Young) |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: February 24, 2004 at 10:58|
|Good sort of greatest hits collection.I have a jap release with a slip cover.
||Date: July 25, 2005 at 17:48|
|"Made in heaven" should have been the LAST ever abum of QUEEN. Ok, to give stuff a new paint in e.g. DVDs or "live" albums which weren't available before surely is a great thing, but to throw out another "greatest hits" is contemptible all-for-the-money business. Quite more ambarassing is that "Queen" starts with a new singer Of course, the band players could have the wish to keep playing together, but PLEASE under a new name. Poor Paul Rodgers, he can only lose...
||Date: October 6, 2010 at 20:09|
|Queen Mom rocks more
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