A Night At The Opera (Remastered) mp3 Album by Queen

A Night At The Opera (Remastered)by Queen

  • 18 Tracks
  • 320 kbps
  • 1:01:44


Disk #1

1.Death on Two Legs (Dedicated to...)3:44
2.Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon1:08
3.I'm in Love With My Car3:05
4.You're My Best Friend2:51
6.Sweet Lady4:02
7.Seaside Rendezvous2:14
8.The Prophet's Song8:21
9.Love of My Life3:38
10.Good Company3:24
11.Bohemian Rhapsody5:54
12.God Save the Queen1:15

Disk #2

1.Keep Yourself Alive (long-Lost Retake, June 1975)4:01
2.Bohemian Rhapsody (Operatic Section a cappella mix 2011)1:00
3.You're My Best Friend (Backing Track mix 2011)2:54
4.I'm in Love With My Car (Guitar & vocal mix 2011)3:15
5.'39 (live at Earl's Court, June 1977)3:43
6.Love of My Life (South Amercian live single, June 1979)3:44
Jean Chushkata
A Night at the Opera is the natural 'twin' offering to A Day at the Races and, although not released as a double album, the two work well and complement each other.

For me, this is Queen at the height of its art-rock power, take them or leave them! Unapologetically exuberant, fantastically-produced (with added remaster crispness) and featuring orchestra-level song-writing sophistication, this is an album which has something for everyone.

My all time Queen favourite, I'm in Love with My Car is here, Roger Taylor's ode to all things four-wheel and a tongue-in-cheek rocker with Taylor's lead vocals sounding magnificent.

Death on Two Legs is the band's riposte to a cut-throat music business with the dangers and unpleasantness is creates for artists - listen-out for Brian May's chilling riffs and overall heaviness without the usual vocabulary of metal bands.

'39 is a gem of a song performed on an acoustic, 12-string guitar and featuring Brian May's lead vocals. The folky, forlorn feeling and soaring melody have lost none f their vibrancy over the years.

Overall a sophisticated and clever album by a band which knew exactly what they were doing.