I have a 12" picture disc LP called "Tribute to Queen." Does anyone else have it? Is it rare and worth vast amounts of money so I can retire before I reach 40?
Track listing is:
SIDE1: Killer Queen, Somebody to Love, Back Chat, CLTCL, Now Im Here, AOBTD.
SIDE2: WATC, Fat Bottomed Girls, Bicycle Race, Your My Best Fried, Save Me.
Copyright control music MCPS. Picture George Maffei/Media and Graphic Creations. All rights reserved Tabak Marketing London W4. Picture music collections series tab 00036.
The picture disc is illustrated, not a photograph. It is the same illustration on both sides but only one side has writing. All four band members are wearing combo biker/bondage gear - part Mad Max, part Rob Halford's wish come true. Fred has striped red and white trousers, spiked knee pads and a hawk on his shoulder. Being such a nice chap, Brian is presumably giving the victory sign and not the "eff off" sign. In his other hand, Brian has a spiked weapon. Roger is holding a chain. All four band members have codpieces.
If I remember correctly, the music is cover versions by one band with a male singer. I don't have a record player so I can't be sure - I haven't listened to this for about 15 years. I also have some memory of the Fan Club telling fans not to buy this as it is "unofficial." Probably released about 1983.
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