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Posted: 05 Nov 10, 05:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hi!

A friend of mine is working with an Englishman, and he used to work for a production company of some kind in London, and in the portfolio it said Queen among others. My friend asked him what that was all about (because I'm a fan), and he said they had an entire room full of Queen stuff - "EVERYTHING" of the normal releases, and Brian May was visiting from time to time. Apparently there are a couple of such rooms around England with the exact same stuff, in case of fire, thievery etc...
It sounds like a room I could enter in my dreams...

There were also video cannons and stereos so they could watch and listen to all the things...

Have any of you heard about this before?


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Posted: 05 Nov 10, 09:19 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

These 'Queen' rooms are inside every British nuclear shelter, just in case post-apocalypse survivors might want to hear the studio version of Hangman before  they crawl out from their underground shelters into a devastated, irradiated, zombie-filled landscape in which death by suicide offers the only escape from the cannibalistic, dystopain horror into which they will surely descend.


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Posted: 05 Nov 10, 17:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I used to have a panic room that would sustain my son and myself for 9 months after a nuclear attack. I have now replaced food and water rations... and my son... for my record collection. I know what is important.