Its A Hard Life - Queen - Greatest Hits II (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Shop Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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  3. Review is for VINYL 2 LP version of Queen's Greatest hits. I purchased this Queen double LP on 2/15/ for $ We have all heard it hundreds of times, so I will tell you about the vinyl, not the music. Excellent pressing. Superb clarity throughout. No click, pops or low points in the audio reproduction noted whatsoever on the heavyweight /5(2).
  4. May 22,  · This grouping collects all versions and editions of the "Greatest Hits II" compilation, originally released on on LP, cassette, CD and MD. Unlike its "Greatest Hits" predecessor, the track list remained unanimous around the world. Simultaneous to the album release were the "Greatest Flix II" video assemblage (grouped separately) as /5(K).
  5. This classic of Rock is now restored to glorious analog gram jet-black vinyl LP! Hollywood Records will be releasing all of Queen's albums on vinyl through The albums are being re-issued correct in every detail to the original releases, including inner sleeves, packaging and bonuses. /5().
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  7. Oct 26,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group It's A Hard Life (Remastered ) · Queen Greatest Hits II ℗ Hollywood Records, Inc. .
  8. The very high notes in the opening lines ("I don't want my freedom, there's no reason for living with a broken heart") proved problematic to sing live at times. Nevertheless, the emotion is palatable - and real, according to Brian May on the Greatest Hits 2-DVD commentary. "To my mind this is one of the most beautiful songs that Freddie ever wrote.

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