Queen on 45

Singles, B-sides, remixes, deep cuts and unreleased tracks
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Queen on 45

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I've had these collecting dust for many years now, I always bought Queen singles on first day of release that's why I managed to get picture sleeves and coloured vinyls on some. I'll never sell these but one day i'll give them to a Queen fan who will appreciate them like I have.
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I can't see the picture you posted. If you're looking for another image host, I'd suggest Imgur.

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Stone Cold Crazy wrote: Thu Feb 27, 2020 3:30 pm I can't see the picture you posted. If you're looking for another image host, I'd suggest Imgur.
Thanks, hopefully its now visable.

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Great collection! :mrgreen:

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Cool Cat wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 12:30 pm I've had these collecting dust for many years now, I always bought Queen singles on first day of release that's why I managed to get picture sleeves and coloured vinyls on some. I'll never sell these but one day i'll give them to a Queen fan who will appreciate them like I have.
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Beauties. I collect, too, but mine are mostly 12”

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This is something my Queen collection lacks. I've picked up a few over the years, such as Thank God It's Christmas and Body Language, but would love to find more. It gives me a thrill anytime I spot one in a record store.

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Got a couple of gaps in my collection that I've never got around to filling... weird ones like AOBTD - I should absolutely have them, and I don't know why I don't, though some of them I have on 12" instead (hello, Headlong, I'm looking at you, here). And I've never explored the non-UK releases. One day, maybe.. but there are always other things I need more. Plus, there's a strange joy in them still being out there - I could hunt them down online but how much more satisfying will it be to see them in a charity shop one day and catch them in the 'wild'?

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You can never have enough Queen singles. I've got about 14 standard sized record boxes full of them, and am still missing about half a dozen specific pressings that I'd like.

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