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Queen — Radio Ga Ga
Album: The Greatest Hits II
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Total ratings: 129









Released: 1994
Length: 5:37
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:puke: :puke: :puke: :puke: :puke: :puke: :puke: :puke: :puke: :puke: I always hated Queen's music all of it! And The 1992 Rolling Stone Album Guide gives them poor reviews for most of their albums,ony two albums got even 3 stars ,ost got only 2 and none got 4 stars and for good reasons too!
tony620d wrote:
quite possibly the worst song ever made in the history of mankind.
Don't get out much do you? :wink: It's bad, but at least you still have your sanity after it's over. (At least I do, maybe you're not so lucky.)
embo wrote:
If you want to see this in a more impressive light, I think they played this at the 1985 Live Aid concert. In fact, that whole performance was one for the ages.
Agreed. Never thought much of this song, but I remember seeing a live clip of them performing this at Wembley Stadium, and it was very moving. The crowd was soo into the song. Always regret not seeing Queen with Freddie...
Meh. Give me a video of the live performance, and I can enjoy this song.
I give Queen a lot of lattitude for some pretty dippy lyrics, but this one is hard to let slide. It makes "Flash Gordon" seem intelligent.
Queen's music got so bad toward the end there. This song is a prime example of what a band shouldn't become. And it certainly doesn't belong on this fine station.
There are much better Queen tunes out there!
I'll nominate "Somebody To Love" (though I like this one quite a bit). As an asside, are there many other bands out who have scored hit songs written by each member?
I don't think I've heard this song since it was actually popularly played on the radio. Cripes, how long ago was that?! I can't believe I still remembered some of the lyrics. Thanks for the trip down memory lane, Bill.
quite possibly the worst song ever made in the history of mankind.
For a minute there, I thought he was singing "Radio Caca". :ask:
Queen should have stopped making new music after "The Game"
Bucko Sarfo
If you want to see this in a more impressive light, I think they played this at the 1985 Live Aid concert. In fact, that whole performance was one for the ages.
:puke:
"radio gaga"?? You're kidding, right? There are SO MANY BETTER Queen songs than THIS <-(
I love Freddy Mecury\'s voice, but too much synthesizer! And where is Brian May\'s guitar!! There are much better Queen tunes out there!
As a stand-alone song, it\'s pretty decent. By Queen standards, however, it\'s a little on the boring side.