Queen Savage Coldplay

Eighties rock legends QUEEN have launched a stinging attack on anthemic rockers COLDPLAY - claiming all their songs sound the same.

Coldplay's single SPEED OF SOUND was kept off the top of the British charts by CRAZY FROG's AXEL F, a novelty hit based on a mobile phone ringtone - but QUEEN drummer ROGER TAYLOR favours the frog over COLDPLAY's offering.

Taylor says, "I actually prefer it to the Coldplay record," and adds, "everything they do sounds too similar."

26/06/2005 10:47

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