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02.07.2011 - Queen has been known as one of the legendary rock bands in the 20th century. Led by the great vocals of Freddie Mercury, The bass of John Deacon, the guitars of Brian May, and the drums of Roger Taylor.

With the worldwide album slaes of more than 170 million, No. 1 albums, singles and DVDs the world over, inductions into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Songwriters Hall of Fame, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, over 700 concerts performed in every corner of the world including their historic appearance at Live Aid, and a Guinness Book of World Records award for the most successful UK album chart act in history, Queen represent one of the most remarkable, compelling stories in popular culture.

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Remarkably legendary in the music industry Queen is still one of the best. Their music milestones include the haunting “Bohemian Rhapsody,” the breezy “Crazy Little Thing Called Love,” the sports anthem “We Are The Champions,” Another sports sounding resonance “We Will Rock You,” the gender bending “Radio Ga Ga,” and the rocked out “Another One Bites The Dust.”

After four decades, the collective work of the four most talents that embodies Queen continues to resonate around the globe, inspiring a host of diverse artists from Lady Gaga (who took her name from Queen’s “Radio Ga Ga”), Axl Rose and Katy Perry through to Dave Grohl. Two decades after the death (November 1991) of their phenomenal and flamboyant singer, Freddie Mercury remains an icon beyond measure.

For the first time, the two biggest selling Queen titles “GREATEST HITS I & II” have been re-worked and re-mastered. Both albums have been digitally re-mastered by legendary mastering engineer Bob Ludwig. Tracklistings remain the same, but both album covers and booklets have been refreshed and brought up-to-date for 2011.

Queen Greatest Hit I & II, available in music stores for Php 459.00 pesos each, only from MCA Music.

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