Fun song, fun video. I saw them live once and it was too silly for me, but others loved it.sienna said:
Seeing as I'm totally behind the times and still only listen to the radio while driving to work I can totally say yes, virtually all of the local stations have started playing Queen's music again ever since the movie came out. (Thankfully the classical music station hasn't proferred their version of Bohemian Rhapsody... yet.) I'm just a bit too familiar with Queen's biggest hits, so I just usually change the station. And I haven't seen the movie because, according to some reviews, it really doesn't portray Freddie Mercury's sexuality honestly.jmdirt said:A bit of slip back to who I don't listen to: I've never really liked Queen, but man everyone does now all of a sudden...the sheeple have gone mad! OK, who doesn't turn up the volume for "We Will Rock You", "We are the Champions", "Another One Bites the Dust" when they come on the radio, but I wouldn't own it.
(I might get some of those shorts!
I guess it should go in the movie thread, but who saw Bohemian Rhapsody?