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Posted: 27 Sep 04, 11:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

To see what I mean, take a look at zizzu's message at:

http://www.queenzone.com/queenzone/forumnew/forum_topic_view.aspx?Q_FORUM_ID=1&Q_FORUM_NAME=Queen&TOPIC_SUBJECT=Queen+II&Q=382618&page=3

He suggested to listen too Queen II with the following tracklist:
Procession - FatherTS - WhiteQ - SomedayOD - Prophet song - OgreB - FairyFMS - Nevermore - MarchOTBQ

Do you people have any other suggestions to improve albums (by leaving the bad songs from it and add some others that fit in)? - no personal best of's please -

Here's my first suggestion for Queen II
Procession
Father To Son
White Queen (as it began)
Great King Rat
The Prophet's Song
Ogre Battle
The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke
Nevermore
March Of The Black Queen
Flick Of The Wrist
Lily of The Valley
The Millionaire Waltz

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Posted: 27 Sep 04, 12:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

1. Breakthru
2. The Miracle
3. I Want It All
4. The Invisible Man
5. Stealin'
6. Hang On In There
7. Hijack My Heart
8. My Life Has Been Saved
9. Scandal
10. Was It All Worth It?

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Posted: 27 Sep 04, 12:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Iljaiya, you definitely have a great line-up of songs for Queen II. The only change I'd make is dropping Millionaire's Waltz (great song, but doesn't fit in with the heavy-hitting songs) and finish it with Seven Seas Of Rhye. Perfect kick-ass album!!


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Posted: 27 Sep 04, 13:20 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

My suggestion:

Procession
Father To Son
White Queen (as it began)
My Fairy King (BBC version)
The Prophet's Song
Ogre Battle (BBC version)
The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke
Nevermore
March Of The Black Queen
Flick Of The Wrist
Lily Of the Valley
Seven Seas of Rhye
In the Lap of the Gods... Revisited


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Posted: 28 Sep 04, 07:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I can be agree about the introduction of GKR or MFK from QueenI but I cannot about the other tracks that have been composed later (such as SheerHA tracks). It's not logic. I put in the tracklist Prophet song 'cos it was composed for this album (someone tells that an early demo exists). I also think MillionaireW is more adapt to ANATO than QueenII.




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Posted: 28 Sep 04, 12:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

we will rock you (fast)
great king rat
ogre battle
MOTBQ
love of my life
Bo Rhap


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Posted: 28 Sep 04, 12:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

oh sorry i got it wrong. I think my playlist is pretty good anyway. sorry.


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Posted: 28 Sep 04, 15:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

From the title of your topic I thought that you meant all combined into one song!


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