One time the chorus at my school sang Bohemian and they completely messed it up... Mercury would have been turning in his grave...
they also sang a dave matthews song... can't remember which
I don't think it's too much of a stretch to proclaim that Bohemian Rhapsody is the greatest song off all time. By anyone. Ever.
It's a great song, but that's a bit of a stretch.
Just the Girl by The Click Five ftw.
Now that's what I call epic.
Album Rating: 5.0
Excellent album. I'm not sure about greatest male voice of all time, though^. What about that guy who does that song that's like "You raise me up so I can stand on mountains" he's pretty Fucking good.
i really like this album. i don't think it is my favorite though.
[QUOTE=]Ya, the best solos were in the 70s. I get goose bumps when listening to really good solos (Comfotably Numb from Floyd does it everytime). Making a solo isnt about putting a bunch of notes together and playing really fast. Todays solos are meaningless and boring. Its really hard to find a good solo from the 90s and on. (except for the grunge era)[/QUOTE]
You're kidding right?
^ About what? The best guitar work was in the 70's? I'd agree with that.
I'd have to adress the grunge comment, though. Grunge = intresting, but not good solos.
I disagree a lot with that. Yes, Hendrix and other great musicians were from that era, but there are so many awesome solos today. Almost every band I listen to has amazing solos, not just technically speaking either, they fit really well with the music, and I listen to a rather diverse amount of music.
Hendrix is from the 60's though...
Grunge has lots of great solos. There are great solos from every era of music.
Anyway, is this a good album for me to start a Queen collection with?
It's easily the best.
Viking: I'm going to take a stab and say at least 90% of his material was released in the 60's, thus making hi ma 60's era guitarist.This Message Edited On 06.04.06
Hendrix was released an album in 70 I'm thinkin.
Album Rating: 4.5
Great album. It has a very eerie sound, yet happy sound at the same time. Either way I'm loving it, especially Death On Two Legs and Seaside Redezvous, beside the obvious of course.
Sometimes I wonder what is going to considered classic music for the next generation? If my (future) kids ever bring home a My Chemical Romance cd and claim its classic rock, I'd probally leave them at a bus stop outside of town.
"39" doesn't get enough love. Brian May singing? Oh, you bet.
Brian may could sing himself right into my bedroom.
and then play some flut lol
hahahha. I like the way you think