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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.

Queen - Rock Montreal + Live Aid 4K UHD Blu-Ray
Review by Gary Hill
You can say what you like about Queen, and I'll personally admit that their earlier music speaks to me more than the later stuff does, but you can't deny that they were always one of the greatest live bands out there.

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