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Prog Review 470 – S/T – Queen

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Prog Review 413 – Studio Collection Vinyl Box Set – Queen

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Queen Studio Collection Vinyl Unboxing

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The Queen Primer

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This primer was requested so here I am flapping my piehole and trying to figure out which Queen albums you should all go and buy. OK?

 

Queen 40th Anniversary Box Set [2011 Remasters]

This time around I thought I’d show you the 40th Anniversary box set from Queen, but don’t get too excited – it is just a big box to hold all of the 2011 remastered studio albums.

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Queen – The Crown Jewels [A Diamond Jubilee Special, Of Sorts]

So today is the Diamon Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II and to celebrate her ascension to the throne, I thought I’d get my crown jewels out for everyone to have a look at. No, not those crown jewels – “The Crown Jewels” box set from Queen to celebrate their 25th anniversary in the MusicBizTM.

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To mark what would have been Freddie Mercury’s 65th birthday, I have made another “Prog Review” video on YouTube explaining why I think Queen II is in fact a progressive rock album.