Classic Rock

Father To Son - Queen - Queen II (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Queen II, an Album by Queen. Released in on EMI (catalog no. 1C ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock, Glam Rock.
  2. French charts and music portal. Entrée: 20/09/ (Position 55) Dernière semaine: 27/09/ (Position ).
  3. Queen Queen II LP vinyl Country: UK Release Date: March 8, Catalogue Number: EMA Label: EMI Side White 1. Procession 2. Father To Son 3. White Queen (As It Began) 4. Some Day One Day 5. The Loser In The End Side Black 1. Ogre Battle 2. The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke 3. Nevermore 4. The March Of.
  4. Mar 08,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gram, Gatefold Vinyl release of Queen II on Discogs. Label: Virgin EMI Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered Gram, Gatefold • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Arena Rock/5().
  5. Jan 01,  · An edition with slightly different label design: Queen II This is the UK Vinyl "second" sleeve, printed from onwards, with added CREST DESIGN (c) QUEEN PRODUCTIONS LTD on the rear cover, inner cover and both sides of the inner sleeve. Also there is a star printed below the catalogue number on the rear of the sleeve/5().
  6. Queen II, an Album by Queen. Released 22 October on Hollywood (catalog no. HR; CD). Genres: Hard Rock, Glam Rock. Vinyl LP EMI / 7C from the symphonic march opening track through the epic Father To Son and White Queen, the proto-metallic Ogre Battle, the classically inspired Fairy Feller's Master Stroke and.
  7. Queen are to release a 40th anniversary celebration of two gigs at London’s Rainbow Theatre later this year, across a multitude of audio and video formats.. Recorded by Roy Thomas Baker, the band’s 31 March show at the Rainbow was so good, it was touted as a live follow-up to Queen II for a while, before this idea was eventually shelved and Sheer Heart Attack became the third album.
  8. Bought "Queen" the day it was released and couldn't get enough of it, until the release of Queen II. The second album told a story and Freddie's writing wove the songs together into a tapestry of good vs. evil. I just, some 40+ years later, pulled out my original LP and gave it a spin/5().

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