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Queen Mini Cell

Queen Mini Cell
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Queen Mini Cell Description:
Queen Mini Cell. Life may be "easy come, easy go, little high, little low" but nothing beats the rhapsody of owning this Queen Mini Cell. The Mini Cell features flamboyant frontman Freddie Mercury and guitarist Brian May on stage performing. Freddie is on his knees belting out lyrics and Brian May is playing the guitar like the genius that he is. This is an attractive 5-inch by 7-inch print alongside a 35mm film clip and Queen name plate. This great image comes in a beautiful platinum frame with a stunning sublimated plaque and certificate stating authenticity.

Queen released their third album Sheer Heart Attack before the end of 1974. The music hall meets Zeppelin ""Killer Queen"" climbed to number two on the U.K. charts taking the album to number two as well. Sheer Heart Attack made some inroads in America as well setting the stage for the breakthrough of 1975's A Night at the Opera. Queen labored long and hard over the record; according to many reports it was the most expensive rock record ever made at the time of its release. The first single from the record ""Bohemian Rhapsody "" became Queen's signature song and with its ombastic mock-operatic structure punctuated by heavy metal riffing it encapsulates their music. It also is the symbol for their musical excesses -- the song took three weeks to record and there were so many vocal verdubs on the record that it was possible see through the tape at certain points. To support ""Bohemian Rhapsody "" Queen shot one of the first conceptual music videos and the gamble paid off as the single spent nine weeks at number one in the England breaking the record for the longest run at number one. The song and A Night at the Opera were equally successful in America as the album climbed into the Top Ten and quickly went platinum.


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