We are delighted to confirm the High Fidelity Pure Audio release of Queen - A Night At The Opera. This will be in stereo and FULL 5.1.
For the seasoned Queen fan you already know how fantastic this album is.
For the less seasoned Queen fan, the 1975 album contains the iconic Bohemian Rhapsody and is world renowned as one of the greatest albums of all time. We'll have more information on a release date and geographic availability to come. North American fans - YOU WILL NOT BE LEFT OUT! link
ABOUT DAMN TIME. I advocated Blu-Ray audio releases as far back as 2003 (10 years ago!) starting with Justin Shirley-Smith, even got ridiculed for it here at times, and NOW they finally got the message. YES!!!!!
Whilst I'm happy it may be even higher sound quality than the DTS Entertainment release (which is far superior to the crappy 30th Anniversary release which sounds like the rear channels were vocal cut stereo with extra bits added), doe sit have to be fucking NATO AGAIN?????
Is it really just a Night at The Opera suitable for release on a High Fidelity Pure Sound? Where QUEEN I, QUEEN II, SHEER HEART ATTACK, A DAY AT THE RACES, NEWS OF THE WORLD, JAZZ, FLASH GORDON, THE GAME, HOT SPACE, THE WORKS, A KIND OF MAGIC, THE MIRACLE, INNUENDO , MADE IN HEAVEN??