Queen - Magic Years, Vol. 2 flac mp3
Magic Years, Vol. 2. (VHS (Video) - Picture. Tape number two of the three-part Magic Years, titled Live Killers in the Making, is definitely the best of the bunch. As its title says, the video traces the band's development as one of rock's greatest live acts of all time, from Queen's inaugural tour of Japan in 1974 up until their appearance as headliners at 1985's Rock in Rio festival (in front of 325,000 fans).
Queen: Magic Years, Volume Two - A Visual Anthology photos, posters, stills and award nominations. Queen Magic Years Volume Two A Visual Anthology Cast.
Queen: Magic Years, Volume Three - A Visual Anthology (1987). The second episode (out of three) of the 'Torpedo Twins' series 'Queen - Magic Years' focuses on the band while being at the peak of their career: the mega hits, the fans & the stadium concerts. It contains some rare footage of the major shows, including the huge South American tour in the early 80's, and a real diamond: the band at the studio, in the process of recording 'One Vision', the 1985 UK top 10 hit.
Greatest Hits II is a compilation album by the British rock band Queen, released on 28 October 1991. It reached No. 1 on the UK Albums Chart, and is the tenth best-selling album in UK Chart history with sales of . million copies as of 2014, and has sold over 22 million copies worldwide. Accumulated sales (Greatest Hits II and Classic Queen for the US and Canada combined) are in excess of 25 million worldwide. It is also the best-selling album by a foreign artist in Finland.
When the Queen II album came out in 1974, those who heard it were impressed and spiritually uplifted. Queen had arrived in style and Freddie could give up his weekend job and concentrate on the great times that lay ahead. A month after releasing their debut album Queen returned to Trident Studios to commence work on the follow-up, tentatively titled ‘Over The Top’ – an idea that didn’t amuse EMI any more than ‘Dearie Me’ had for its predecessor.
Queen released their second album 'Queen II' on March 8, 1974. Initially, critics didn't take too kindly to Queen's new sound. Although the British press had been mostly kind to the band's first album, they afforded a cooler reception to Queen II when it was released on March 8, 1974. In fact, the only thing that really slowed them down was May's health: Stricken with hepatitis, he had to bow out 41 shows into the Queen II tour.