Queen Top Rock Poll

British rockers QUEEN have topped a poll of the Greatest Rock Anthems Of All Time with their 1977 hit WE WILL ROCK YOU.

The four-piece's song, which is currently being used in the new PEPSI advertising campaign, was voted top anthem in a poll by British cinema chain UCI CINEMAS to mark the release of new JACK BLACK comedy SCHOOL OF ROCK.

Their 1975 operatic epic BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY came a close second, followed by NIRVANA's SMELL LIKE TEEN SPIRIT at three, THE FINAL COUNTDOWN by EUROPE at four and BON JOVI's LIVIN' ON A PRAYER at five.

06/02/2004 19:04


Tags: Queen - Jack Black - School Of Rock - Bohemian Rhapsody - Nirvana - Europe - Bon Jovi


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