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Upon its 1975 release, A Night at the Opera was, reportedly, the most expensive album ever recorded. Fortunately, Queen got their money's worth—and then some. Their crowning achievement, this fearlessly eclectic album takes equal inspiration from heavy metal and '20s music hall on tracks like "I'm in Love with My Car" and "Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon,” respectively. And that's before the staggering hard rock operetta "Bohemian Rhapsody," a cracked masterpiece that no other band could’ve pulled off.

Customer Reviews

The Best Album Ever Created.

A Night At The Opera is my favorite album of all time, and for good reason. Each song is masterfully crafted. They also flow into each other incredibly smoothly. Instead of feeling like I'm listening to a bunch of amazing songs, it's like I'm hearing one grand composition! If you are a person with any interest in music at all, get this album. Scratch that; if you are a person at all, get this album.

Amazing

A Night At the Opera is the best album ever written!!

SERIOUSLY?!?

Is a review even needed for this album?
Queen+Bohemian Rhapsody+Freddy Mercury=SHEER MUSICAL GENIUS!
Don't be a fool - just BUY and ENJOY over and over...

Biography

Formed: 1971 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Few bands embodied the pure excess of the '70s like Queen. Embracing the exaggerated pomp of prog rock and heavy metal, as well as vaudevillian music hall, the British quartet delved deeply into camp and bombast, creating a huge, mock-operatic sound with layered guitars and overdubbed vocals. Queen's music was a bizarre yet highly accessible fusion of the macho and the fey. For years, their albums boasted the motto "no synthesizers were used on this record," signaling their allegiance with the legions...
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