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Queen: Hyde Park, London

Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, 25 September 1976

AT LAST, the Seventies have arrived, and in majestic style, when, at London's Hyde Park on Saturday, Queen, born of this decade's rock generation, played a magnificent set that emphasised their status as this year's major band. It was, as Roger Taylor eloquently prophesied in his song of four years ago, "Modern Times Rock 'n' Roll."

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