Scott Hardie | November 9, 2002
"Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen: Good song. Played on the radio a little too often, yes, tough to get out of your head, yes, but still a good song. But is it the greatest song of all time? Apparently the British think so. I'm certainly no Beatles fan, but I'd rank "Imagine" or "Hey Jude" high above that.

K. R. | November 14, 2002
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