The Queen Singles Collection Volume 3 IS OUT NOW!

SINGLES COLLECTION Vol.3 IS OUT NOW!

The third edition in a four box set, Queen: The Singles Collection 3
continues the story of rock legends Queen through the years 1984 – 1989.

With the final volume due later this year, the complete set will offer every one of Queen’s singles to have made the top 40 anywhere in the world all replicated in faithful detail to their original form.

In all, over 100 tracks charting the band’s history from their first single Keep Yourself Alive in 1973 and ending in 1999.

Order the Queen Singles Collection Vol.3 now through the he full track listing for Singles Collection


The Singles Collection Volume 3 has the following tracks:

Disc 1:

1. It’s A Hard Life

2. Is This The World We Created?

Disc 2:

1. Hammer To Fall (Edit)

2. Tear It Up

Disc 3:

1. Thank God It’s Christmas

2. Man On The Prowl

3. Keep Passing The Open Windows

Disc 4:

1. One Vision (Single Version)

2. Blurred Vision

Disc 5:

1. A Kind Of Magic

2. A Dozen Red Roses For My Darling

Disc 6:

1. Friends Will Be Friends

2. Princes Of The Universe

Disc 7:

1. Pain Is So Close To Pleasure (Remix)

2. Don’t Lose Your Head

Disc 8:

1. Who Wants To Live Forever

2. Forever (Piano Version)

Disc 9:

1. One Year Of Love

2. Gimme The Prize (Kurgens Theme)

Disc 10:

1. I Want It All (Single Version)

2. Hang On In There

Disc 11:

1. Breakthru (2010 Digital Remaster)

2. Stealin’ (2010 Digital Remaster)

Disc 12:

1. The Invisible Man

2. Hijack My Heart

Disc 13:

1. Scandal

2. My Life Has Been Saved

Freddie Wins in BBC TV Poll

Freddie Wins in BBC TV Poll

Freddie Wins in BBC TV Poll

The results of the “I’m in a Rock ‘n’ Roll Band” TV Poll were announced by Jonathan Ross in a live TV broadcast last night. Freddie Wins in BBC TV Poll – The TV Poll was conducted under various categories such as Best Band, Best Singer, best Guitarist, Best Drummer, best Bassist and other relevant areas.

As could be expected Freddie Mercury won best singer but Queen lost out to Led Zeppelin in the Best Band category. I would have expected a UK based TV show to have a UK slant on the voting results. Therefore I expected to see Brian May as Best Guitarist and Queen as the Best Band. When I studied the nominees for Best Guitarist, Bassist and Drummer none of our Queen friends were even nominated in the BBC TV Poll.

The results were as follows …

Best Band – Led Zeppelin
Best Singer – Freddie Mercury
Best Guitarist – Jimi Hendrix
Best Drummer – John Bonham
Best Bassists – Flea