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WATCH: 43 Minutes of Queen in the 70s

WATCH: 43 Minutes of Queen in the 70s

Published at 5:36pm 23rd January 2019.

Relive some of the bands early hits and iconic performances from the 1970s in this epic video.

Following the success of Bohemian Rhapsody the movie, it's no surprise that there's clamour for more from one of Britain's biggest bands: Queen.

Their team have been busy putting together a tour through their early career, which they've collated into 43 minutes of 1970s based heaven.

Their Youtube channel states that you can:

Take a trip through Queen’s early career with this highlight video of Queen in the 1970’s. Featuring the legendary Top Of the Pops performance of Killer Queen, live versions from A Night At The Odeon and the Jazz tour and official promo videos for some of Queen’s biggest hits of the decade.

See for yourself:

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