Category: Rock

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  1. Tubei says:
    A Day at the Races, an Album by Queen. Released 5 March on Hollywood (catalog no. HR; CD). Genres: Hard Rock.
  2. Zologis says:
    This album includes the familiar "Somebody to Love". Clearly, the band Queen was writing songs for the long term and not just pop hits to get onto the top 40 charts. It holds up well, as most fans could have guessed. So, if you are new to Queen or have forgotten most of its catalog, this album /5().
  3. Daigor says:
    “Long Away,” the third song off of the Album “A Day at the Races,” is written by Brian May, who also provides lead vocals on the track. None of the members of Queen have ever talked.
  4. Nikinos says:
    "A DAY AT THE RACES", the fifth installment in the 70's Queen's ultimate album thorough study series "Expanded Collector's Edition", is available in a 2CD & 1DVD set! It was announced as an album following the historical masterpiece "A Night at the Opera" and recorded the first place in the UK gukusgardamuroariufym.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.
  5. Kazigis says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of A Day At The Races on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (Queen) - • Format: Cassette Album, Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Pop Rock5/5(1).
  6. Tygolkree says:
    A Day at the Races, an Album by Queen. Released in June on EMI (catalog no. CDP 7 2; CD).
  7. Mikajar says:
    A Day at the Races was Queen's 5th album, and was similar to their other earlier albums in that there was more of a rock opera direction to it than did later releases such as The Game. It took me a while to make the leap from 'singles band' to 'album band' with Queen. Strange, considering they really were more of an album band from the get-go anyway but there you are.
  8. Nesida says:
    A Day at the Races is probably meant to be the sequel to Queen's smash, A Night at the Opera, but nothing much has changed. Queen is the least experimental of such groups, probably because their commercial aspirations are the most brazen. They have managed to borrow all that's frothiest from their influences, from the fake-orgasmic vocal.

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