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Keep Yourself Alive - Queen - Queen (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Like any patchy but promising debut from a classic rock group, it's often easy to underrate Queen's eponymous debut, since it has no more than one well-known anthem and plays more like a collection of ideas than a cohesive album. But what ideas! Almost every one of Queen's signatures are already present, from Freddie Mercury's operatic harmonies to Brian May's rich, orchestral guitar Price: $
  2. May 16,  · Originally released July 6, (UK), "Keep Yourself Alive" is Queen's very first 7-inch single, taken off the eponymous debut album released a week later. This grouping assembles all single releases where "Keep yourself alive" receives top billing/5().
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  4. Queen - Queen (1st LP) Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Keep Yourself Alive: A2: Doing All Right with "Keep Yourself Alive" displaying a truly awesome move for the jugular. Personnel: Brian May plays guitar, and if it seems as though he really knows the ins and outs of his instrument it's for good reason. He made it himself, from wood he found in a.
  5. Dec 14,  · Track 1 from their eponymous debut album (UK: EMI; US: Elektra, ). Composed by Brian May. Cover based on a photo, by Douglas Puddifoot, of Queen .
  6. QUEEN Queen ( Australian 'butterfly' label track LP, the debut album from the British rock group, including the single Keep Yourself Alive & Liar which was only released in the US & Australia, housed in a slightly different front laminated sleeve to the UK release. The sleeve & vinyl are stunning near mint EKS).
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  8. Shop 17 records for sale for album Keep yourself alive by Queen on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  9. Revisiting "Keep Yourself Alive" and "Liar," this time they also covered the heavy-as-lead "Son And Daughter" and the bluesy "See What A Fool I've Been." The latter, which has never appeared on any Queen studio album, would later be re-recorded and become the B-side of their breakthrough hit single "Seven Seas Of Rhye" in

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