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2014-01-16 03:52:21 PM  

Lee451: Abacus9: At least it wasn't "The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke."

The first time I saw them in concert "Ogre Battle" was one of the first songs on the playlist.

/Always loved Queen II

All their 70s stuff is amazing, but I agree. Queen II is one of my all time favorite albums by anyone.
2014-01-16 05:21:08 PM  

ladyfortuna: happydude45: no clever name here just move along: Omahawg: [ image 850x850]
I was 8 years old and all 'yeahhhhhh'

you should have had the LP. There was a poster of a whole race of naked biking chicks.......

At the concert they had a whole bevy of fat-bottomed beauties riding bikes onstage in a circle around the band. It was a great show

There are days when I'm said I wasn't born until '80. Things like this are why... that's my theme song.

//but at least I can hike for miles

It is a beautiful song, and they were beautiful ladies. And yes, being a teenager in the 70's did have it's perks...
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