Queen’s First Five Albums Get the Remastered Treatment

queen Queens First Five Albums Get the Remastered Treatment

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The iconic ’70s glam band [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Queen[/lastfm] is getting a whole new life in 2011. Not only is Queen’s animated frontman Freddie Mercury getting his own biopic currently underway, but the band’s first five albums will be re-issued and remastered in a special deluxe edition.


We practically know all their catchy songs and anthems by heart, and with a new re-issue of the first five albums Queen, Queen II, Sheer Heart Attack, A Night At The Opera and A Day At The Races, we’re ready to fall in love all over again.

Each of the albums have been remastered and will be re-issued both as a standard CD and as a special deluxe two-disc set featuring new bonus material. Each of the deluxe editions will also be released through iTunes with bonus tracks, a digital sleeve booklet, and never before seen photos and videos of the band.

The special deluxe re-issue of Queen’s first five (and argumentatively the best) albums will hit stores and iTunes in March.

[Source: Vintage Vinyl]


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