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Posted: 23 Mar 12, 11:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I have been reading Freddie's Biography by Laura Jackson.After the death of Freddie along with the bands grief there was a degree of anger that freddies reckless behaviour had not only cut short his life ,but also their careers.Although i am sure this was never mentioned to outsiders,quite clearly Queen would have been able to go on for many years had Freddie not departed. It makes me think that this is the reason that Brian and Roger kept the Queen name alive.What do you guys think.

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Posted: 23 Mar 12, 13:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I have a hard time believing the legitness of these biographies. I mean do these people really know the lives of Freddie or the rest of the group. Freddie lived a very private life and not many people know the gritty details about it. The only Freddie bio that, in my opinion, has legitness to it was Peter Freestones.

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Posted: 23 Mar 12, 16:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Biggzy10 wrote:
I have a hard time believing the legitness of these biographies. I mean do these people really know the lives of Freddie or the rest of the group. Freddie lived a very private life and not many people know the gritty details about it. The only Freddie bio that, in my opinion, has legitness to it was Peter Freestones.

Great response

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