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Queen - Live at the Rainbow 74 BluRay
Review by Gary Hill
I love Queen. I wasn’t crazy about some of the music they did later in their career when they seemed to focus more on pop ditties than rock music, but overall, they were always a very talented band.

Queen - A Night at the Odeon DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I’d have to say that my favorite era of Queen is the earlier era.

Queen - A Night At The Odeon DVD
Review by Greg Olma
Queen has gone through a number of musical changes, but their earlier material was definitely prog influenced. They never shied away from experimenting which created a sound that was uniquely their own. 

Queen - Mercury Rising DVD
Review by Gary Hill
I really enjoy this documentary. It does a good job of laying out the history of Queen.

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