Leave us not forget this ultimate performance:
That’s me, mainstream Queen fan. Gotta admit, I’ll always have a place in my heart for Fat-Bottomed Girls. The song, too.
I am really partial to this one:
If I hadn’t just now got home from work, I’d have totally beat you to it.
That was the first Queen song I ever heard.
I was a kid in a bowling alley, playing pinball, and somebody threw it on the jukebox.
I never bothered to check out what it was, but when I left, it was stuck in my head. Loved the riff. Catchy as hell song.
No internet, never found out who sang it.
It would be years until I heard it again on classic rock radio.
It would be 40 years until I owned the damned album.
First Queen song?
I was completely blown away.
Well, as this thread has shown, you can’t really go wrong with Queen.
My first Queen song.
Was blown away:
IMHO the first two Queen albums are really underrated. They are two perfect albums. Yeah I said it, perfect.
Queen II is almost as perfect as The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, which is the perfect album made before 1977, this is true.
Agreed. HA. Thought I’d disagree? Oh. Wait. Almost.
Interview with Freddie Mercuy’s personal assistant during his last years, Peter Freestone:
This entertains me.
That was fantastic was Pert in the suit?
This I stumbled across. Hilarious:
That was quite possibly the funniest thing I have seen in some time. Drummer humor is odd.
This is in response to kerzain’s post above. Thank you for sharing.
Apparently he’s been around for a few years.