November 16, 2006

Queen is Dead: buy Queen

Freddie by Mick Rock

Freddie Mercury is still king in the UK ...

Their over-the-top rock may not win the critical acclaim given The Beatles or the Rolling Stones, but Queen can claim Britain's best-selling album of all time. The Official U.K. Charts Company said Thursday that Queen's "Greatest Hits" had sold more than 5.4 million copies in Britain since its release in 1981, more than any other record.
  1. "Greatest Hits," Queen, 5,407,587
  2. "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," The Beatles, 4,811,996
  3. "(What's The Story) Morning Glory?" Oasis, 4,314,715
  4. "Brothers In Arms," Dire Straits, 3,956,704
  5. "Gold," Abba, 3,943,950
  6. "The Dark Side Of The Moon," Pink Floyd, 3,781,993
  7. "Greatest Hits II," Queen, 3,644,619
  8. "Thriller," Michael Jackson, 3,578,107
  9. "Bad," Michael Jackson, 3,554,301
  10. "The Immaculate Collection," Madonna, 3,402,160

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