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The Platinum Collection (Greatest Hits I II & III)

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Album Review

Queen's The Platinum Collection places the group's three previously released Greatest Hits albums into one box set — colored platinum, of course. Although this doesn't serve much use for fans who already have all three collections — or all of the albums, for that matter — it is useful for listeners who want to get all three discs in one fell swoop, and it's not a bad item for collectors to pick up (the kind of collectors who collect items and product, not the ones who just need the music).

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The 2 stars is by no means a reflection on Queen, far from it. They will get 5 stars every time (maybe 4 going in to the late 80’s).
This is merely a reflection on the download experience from iTunes. At least 8 songs are downloading the incorrect track, resulting in missing songs from the collection. Please fix Apple!


I love Queen but stop milking this thing to death! We all have this stuff and you're cheapening your legacy by making last minute money grabs! You're starting to look like KISS.

The best of Queen

This album is indeed a must have for your collection. One of the greatest bands of all times. Queen exemplify creativity and it is one of the finest bands in my opinion.


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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