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White Queen - Queen - Zoom Queen (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. queen live a beautiful album japan rare lp no cd og tmoq private pressing This Item have been sold for $ ,74 on Date Bids:
  2. The history of this album would not be complete unless a little background is given on the formation of Queen. Brian May and Roger Taylor, who had been performing in their own bands in their own hometowns of Middlesex and Truro, respectively, throughout the s, finally crossed paths in when Roger answered an ad placed by two aspiring musicians, Brian and former bandmate and good .
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  4. Queen II, an Album by Queen. Released in on Electrola (catalog no. 1C ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock, Glam Rock.
  5. Queen II is the second studio album by the British rock band nothosrotegetistoscrimarrehamve.coinfo was released on 8 March by EMI Records in the UK and by Elektra Records in the US. It was recorded at Trident Studios and Langham 1 Studios, London, in August with co-producers Roy Thomas Baker and Robin Geoffrey Cable, and engineered by Mike Stone.. Described as "arguably the heaviest Queen album", Queen II .
  6. The four members of Queen were still holding down day jobs and/or attending college when the group returned in early with the follow-up to their proud ten song, self-titled debut LP. With the release of Queen II, the regal rockin' British group branched out further with an experimental set of tracks that continues to highlight the Queen's.
  7. B2 The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke. A3 White Queen (As It Began). B4 The March Of The Black Queen. THIS ITEM WAS FOUND AMONG THE EFFECTS OF MY SON, DEREK. HIS INTERESTS COVERED ALL TYPES OF MUSIC BUT HIS FAVORITE BANDS WERE W.A.S.P. AND QUEEN.
  8. An okay album in spots, Queen II even has a few moments of outright brilliance, although overall there's little of the outright excitement that marked the band's debut album. For the most part the record simply has no uumph to it, taxi-ing where its predecessor soared. Queen's first album saw them successfully mating Zep-like power with the fiendish intricacy of Yes, thereby conceiving a Who.

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