Queen A Night at the Opera
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72haha72
March 28th 2008


437 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

EVERYBODY's gotta listen to this at least once, just beautiful

Prince of Darkness
October 9th 2008


186 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

This album is beyond classic.
Nice review.


MrShadows
October 23rd 2008


18 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Best rock album IMO. A Queen collection is not complete without this album. Bohemian Rhapsody is a tad overrated, but still, a truely classic album.

MIRAI87
October 31st 2008


249 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Somebody had probably already mentioned this, but in case they didn't, the drummer was the one who sang lead vocals on 'I'm in love with my car'.

Also, the 'echo-y' vocals is my favorite part of the album, so I disagree.

TheGreatD17
February 11th 2009


1141 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I wonder if Paul Rodgers has ever mixed up "Good Company" and "Bad Company" since he has been the singer of Queen. Anyway, my opinion on this album frustrates me. I want to give it a higher rating than a 4, but I only enjoy about half of the songs.

Nagrarok
February 11th 2009


8259 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is probably the best and most consistent Queen album. No really bad tracks on here, but too little real standouts apart from Bohemian Rhapsody.

shindip
July 12th 2009


3536 Comments


Seaside Rendevous is so gay and jolly.

maqwep
November 1st 2009


1046 Comments


best band fucking ever

Gyromania
November 1st 2009


15941 Comments


SO MUCH WIN!

Digging: Lantlos - .neon

cirq
November 27th 2009


9264 Comments


this made me cry:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1ydSXHsc9Y

hero2009
January 10th 2010


3 Comments


Good review but you seem not to be a Queen fan anyway , the echo section on the Prophet's Song is not bad it actually feels good with the song .. that is talking about the ship of Noah i think and all that ... with the harp and the that operatic echo section is giving a feel of old religious story and its actually a dialogue between the prophet and the people before the earth get drown .. and such an operatic section like that in an album in 1975 ? is unprecedented .... and in Sea Side Rendezvous they didn't use another instruments as you said actually Freddie and Roger simulated the kazo instruments ( by their voices ! ) .... and finally i wanna say Brian May did not use violins in 39' simply the way he makes his guitar sound is unique and he is a professional in guitars orchestration & thats what he did in it and probably in any other song .

SowingSeason
Staff Reviewer
November 18th 2010


16429 Comments


this album rips off of my chemical romance. oh wait...

Digging: Weezer - Everything Will Be Alright in the End

luschlotz
December 6th 2010


993 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

The echoeyee part of the profet song it is amazingly good, oneof my favourite parts of the album

DinoX
January 12th 2011


3582 Comments


This is one of the only classic rock albums I ever actually liked

rockandmetaljunkie
March 20th 2011


3437 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

That's a classic album, no doubt about it.
It contains some very good songs but apparently the whole operatic, orchistric atmosphere just doesn't suit me.
That explain's my rating.
Queen started as a hard rock but in this record we don't hear much of it.
Of course that's because Queen prove that they were much more than a rock band.

Allodan
April 13th 2011


20 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Bohemian Rhapsody... Rules.
Nuff Said


Spec
April 26th 2011


27189 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

MAMAAAAAA OOOH OOOOH OOOOOOOH DIDNT MEAN TO MAKE YOU CRY

Maniac!
May 19th 2011


26250 Comments


Album rules

Spec
May 19th 2011


27189 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

MAMAAAAAAAA OOOOHOOOOH OOOOOOOHH

BigHans
May 19th 2011


26454 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

ooooooooooooooooooh youre making me liveeeeeeeeee



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