Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon are true rock Gods.
This three-disk album is music in its purest possible form. It may not have the headbanging tunes of bands such as Iron Maiden, but, man, is it good.
The timeless classic 'Bohemian Rhapsody' has very little meaning, but many changing tones of music, from wailing guitar solos to quirky but enjoyable parts; 'He's just a poor boy from a poor family' is one of them.
Other brilliant songs are 'The Show Must Go On' and 'Seven Seas Of Rhye'.
I have a maximum of 1,000 words for this review and if I gave a reason why most of the songs are fab I would blast over the limit.
The only downside to this album is 'Another One Bites The Dust' by Wyclef Jean. Unless you are into rap or hip-hop ( I'm not so I don't know the difference) you will skip this song when it comes on your CD player.
This album should be bought by every Queen fan, and even those strange few who aren't.