Bohemian Rhapsody Tops Another Poll

QUEEN's legendary anthem BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY has been voted the most popular British song of all time.

Listeners of Britain's CAPITAL GOLD radio station voted for the six-minute song, which is the only track to have been a British Christmas number one twice - in 1975 and 1991 - and was the first single to have a promotional video.

DJ DAVID JENSEN says, "I was the first to champion Queen in the early seventies. And we know from our calls and emails how much fans still love them.

Queen beat off competition from ERIC CLAPTON, JOHN LENNON and THE BEATLES to top the poll of 4,000 people.

06/10/2004 13:22

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