*Originally released March 29th 2017*
Back from the depths of 15 studio albums, Steve and Doug emerge from hiding to reveal their thoughts on the discography of Queen. They also chat about Highlander, the six degrees from King Crimson, and that awkward state when you realize you're in the 80's.
Six Degrees From King Crimson:
Queen -> Steve Howe -> Yes -> Bill Bruford -> King Crimson
Queen -> Steve Howe -> Yes -> Jon Anderson -> King Crimson
Queen -> Mike Stone (producer) -> Asia -> John Wetton -> King Crimson
Queen -> Mike Stone (producer) -> Asia -> Greg Lake -> King Crimson
Queen -> Mike Stone (producer) -> Frank Zappa -> Adrian Belew -> King Crimson
Queen -> David Bowie -> Robert Fripp -> King Crimson
Queen -> David Bowie -> Adrian Belew -> King Crimson
Queen -> David Bowie -> Tony Levin -> King Crimson
Queen -> John Anthony -> Roxy Music -> Brian Eno -> Robert Fripp -> King Crimson
Queen -> John Anthony -> Genesis -> Peter Gabriel -> Tony Levin -> King Crimson
Music featured this week:
Princes Of The Universe - A Kind Of Magic
Killer Queen - Sheer Heart Attack
Bohemian Rhapsody - A Night At The Opera
7:09 - Vinyl lovers rejoice! Here are the links for VNYL and Vinyl Me, Please, and here you can also check out our promo video for Vinyl Me, Please (that month's record was Demon Days by Gorillaz)
40:17 - Steve took a look, and hands down he enjoys John Deacon's songs the most
52:13 - Here's the whole story of the art behind News Of The World, and a video on how that robot tormented Stewie Griffin
59:30 - You can hear Our Five Most Hated Songs here!
1:18:00 - There's a whole series of "music-less" music videos, and the one for Queen's "I Want To Break Free" is amazing
1:30:06 - And here it is! It's the "Princes Of The Universe!"
Ogre Battle - Queen II
Vultan's Theme - Flash Gordon [soundtrack]
'39 - A Night At The Opera
Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon - A Night At The Opera
Who Wants To Live Forever - A Kind Of Magic
I'm Going Slightly Mad - Innuendo
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