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  1. Love of My Life is the greatest love and breakup song ever.
  2. Never, ever, ever question Bruce Dickinson.
  3. A Night at the Opera, one of Queen's greatest. # Side 1 1. "Death on Two Legs (Dedicated To..." (Mercury) - 3:43 2. "Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon" (Mercury) - 1:07 3. "I'm in Love with My Car" (Taylor) - 3:05 4. "You're My Best Friend" (Deacon) - 2:52 5. "'39" (May) - 3:31 6. "Sweet Lady" (May) - 4:03 7. "Seaside Rendezvous" (Mercury) - 2:15 # Side 2 1. "The Prophet's Song" (May) - 8:21 2. "Love of My Life" (Mercury) - 3:39 3. "Good Company" (May) - 3:23 4. "Bohemian Rhapsody" (Mercury) - 5:55 5. "God Save the Queen" (trad.; Arr. May) -
  4. I was surprised that Freddie Mercury wasn't the first frontman mentioned! Freddie did sometimes play the piano (and the maraccas
  5. I Was Born To Love You or Love Of My Life, both sung by the legendary Freddie Mercury.
  6. Alright then, let's look at the two possibilities we've set aside: The Who (Townshend primarily) are already rich due to their prior successes, and now Townshend feels that becoming richer by not only going on more tours but by also selling songs to advertisements is a spectacular idea, or: The Who were screwed out of their money and aren't as rich as most other rock stars out there, therefore Townshend and Daltrey figure that they can get around having to sell records (as they've already sold the most they'll ever sell) by selling their songs in advertisements, thus increasing the amoun
  7. No, if anything, it's more Daltrey than it is Townshed. The point is, the band did not make a lot of money and had to tour just to make a decent share. Their "greatest" hits just so happened to be the ones that they get the least money from. Just because they're rock stars don't make 'em rich. My two favourite bands are Queen and The Who (seein' 'em this October), so, well, I know my facts.
  8. Hearing "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", "Somebody to Love", and "Bohemian Rhapsody" on the radio at work come on on the same day. If they throw in "Killer Queen", I'm ecstatic. The radio station at work refuses to play good music. They play what they want, apparently.
  9. Actually found a source to back up my claim... "Why review The Who again so soon after the last review? Quite simply, this is one of the most eagerly awaited CD re-releases since the format was invented. The album had been previously issued on CD in the USA, the subject of an earlier Making Time review, but this is the UK version of the album which does differ slightly. Furthermore, it is a double CD with numerous additional tracks, some of which may not have been released previously in the UK. This is an album with a chequered history that arose from a long-running dispute between the
  10. Radiohead sucks. End'o'story.
  11. If you're pissed about The Who selling out, you probably haven't heard "The Who Sell Out". Besides, selling out is the only way Daltrey can get money. Deal with it.
  12. Glad to see that others mentioned Queen. I mean, the BBC did give them 9th spot for A Night At The Opera, and they hardly get mentioned here? Ugh. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/5294652.stm
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