The second installment of this collection of Queen's CD singles takes us up to (halfway through, curiously) the singles from 1984's The Works, and thus includes A Human Body (left off The Game in favour of Coming Soon), Soul Brother and I Go Crazy, b-sides that lots of fans will perhaps have only heard via clips on YouTube. The individual CD's look pretty enough with their original artwork but let's remember that, as these are replicas of the original 7" releases, we only get two tracks per disc, which is perhaps an opportunity missed and some fans, especially those who either already own (or do not care about) the non-album b-sides might well decide that this collection is not worth their hard-earned pennies. Queen, or whoever it is that decides what is released under the Queen name at least, are guilty of missing the point with all this sort of thing. The VAST majority of Queen's biggest fans are not the least bit interested in repackaged releases of their already available material and are certainly not interested in yet another damn Queen + Paul Rodgers live album/DVD...how many of those does the world actually need or want, exactly? Fans are desperate to see some unreleased, rare material, something that offers an insight into Queen's long studio career in the form of out-takes and demo recordings, or some live material taken from the 1970's, rather than endless live DVD's from 1981-1986. It's time to change the strategy, chaps. Freddie Mercury has been gone for the best part of two decades and STILL the remaining members haven't managed to deliver the kind of box set or collection that the real fans actually really want. Do they not realise their errors or are they just being stubborn? Discuss.