9 thoughts on Radio GaGa - Queen - The Works (Cassette, Album)

  1. Zunris   Sharisar
    "Radio Ga Ga" is a song performed and recorded by the British rock band Queen, written by their drummer Roger Taylor. It was released as a single with "I Go Crazy" by Brian May as the larentchesnibohavridocroupumaspe.coinfo was included on the album The larentchesnibohavridocroupumaspe.coinfo song is also featured on the band's compilation albums Greatest Hits II and Classic Queen.. The single was a worldwide success .
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  2. Vimuro   Samugis
    Nov 07,  · “Radio Ga Ga” appeared in Queen’s eleventh studio album ‘The Works’ in Although much of Queen’s lyrical work is covered by lead singer Freddie Mercury himself, this specific song was penned by Queen’s drummer-Roge Taylor. Little known fact is that Taylor had to write the song twice and in two entirely different spotlights as.
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  3. Zulkizil   Yozshugrel
    This is the first track on Queen’s album, The larentchesnibohavridocroupumaspe.coinfon by the band’s drummer, Roger Taylor, this song reached the Top 40 of every major chart around the world. Its music video.
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  4. Voodoogor   Mezigore
    Radio Gaga," the single that opens up the new Queen album, is another instant jewel in Queen's Top Forty crown. It's one more anthemic lament to that overfamiliar icon, sung and played with Queenly overkill in "Deutschland Uber Alles" style by a group that did its share to corrupt the airwaves in the Seventies.
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  5. Talrajas   Akilmaran
    “Radio Ga Ga” is the first track off of Queen’s album “The Works”. Written by the band’s drummer Roger Taylor, derived from the term “radio caca” which he heard from his toddler.
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  6. Kajigor   Vidal
    Nov 05,  · Published on Nov 5, Queen's album The Works still remains one of their greatest albums ever released, and Radio Ga Ga is one of our personal favorites.
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  7. Akinora   Grojinn
    Für mich ist "The Works" dass wirklich letzte große Album von Queen. Es ist von und die beiden Superhits "Radio Ga Ga" und "I Want To Break Free" passen total in diese Zeit und fröhnen hier dem Zeitgeist der 80er ungemein. Gerade deshalb sind /5().
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  8. Zulule   Jujinn
    Mar 13,  · Sing along to 'Radio Ga Ga' with this official karaoke style Queen lyric video. Originally released on the album 'The Works' Subscribe to the official Queen channel Here larentchesnibohavridocroupumaspe.coinfo
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  9. Monos   Dazshura
    The Works isn’t a bad album, but in terms of Queen’s career, it doesn’t match the very best of their 70s output. It’s a perfectly acceptable album from this point in their carer though and it doesn’t deserve a lot of the criticism hurled at it.
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