Source: Time Magazine Sunday, (December 27, 1992)

Submitted by: Richard Orchard

Lead Singer Freddie Mercury died of AIDS last November, but record sales of his rock group Queen are still going strong. A reissue of the band's quirky 1975 single 'Bohemian Rhapsody' (currently featured in the hit movie 'Wayne's World') is a best seller in both the U.S. and Britain, while three of Queen's old albums are now on the Billboard oldies chart. This week many of the singer's rock cohorts will gather at London's Wembley Stadium for 'A Concert For Life,' which will be televised worldwide to benefit AIDS research. One of the people who anticipated the huge resurgence in Queen's popularity was Mercury himself, who is said to have recorded enough new material with band mates before his death to fill three albums.