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Louder than the Beatles and the Rolling Stones: Queen offers a new record

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Queen were in Belgium recently. Repeatedly postponed, their concert as part of the Rhapsody Tour on July 15 at the Sportpaleis delighted the fans. They were accompanied by Adam Lambert who now officiates in place of the late Freddy Mercury. Icing on the cake, a new album might even be released one day. In an interview he gave us last summer, Brian May did not rule out the possibility. Provided, he had said, that the material created was excellent. It is hard to imagine the legendary British formation selling off its aura.

The group, of which only two original members remain, guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor, has also just broken a new record across the Channel. One more ! The best of Greatest Hits has officially sold over 7 million copies on UK soil. Never seen. It was well worth a nod from those interested…

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This further establishes his title as the best-selling album of all time in the UK. Trophy he has held since 2006. He also spent 1000 weeks in the British charts. He is ahead ABBA Goldthe compilation of the Swedish group, more than 6 million copies sold to our British neighbors.

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Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club Band Beatles follows in third place with 5.3 million sales.

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Globally, this Greatest Hits of Queen, it is also a Win For Life. Over 25 million copies have been purchased since its release in November 1981! 40 years after its release, it continues to ensure a nice return to Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon, the bass player who retired from the business. An income to which are added the 3.9 million copies sold of the Greatest Hits IIwhich also ranks in the top 10 most purchased albums in the UK.