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Queen: Britain's Biggest Unknowns

Martin Hayman, Sounds, 5 January 1974

QUEEN ARE being hailed as the natural successors to Led Zeppelin on the other side of the Atlantic. This may cause an outburst of derisive laughter, hoots, boos, jeers and catcalls from those who think Zep are the cat's whiskers. But most of the people who have seen Queen agree that they are pretty hot.

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