404: Sanity Not Found: Update - no more boop beep bop

8-bitqueen:

For those who don’t know, I spilled coffee on my laptop, and it won’t turn on. It takes a special kind of genius to do that.

This means that, until I can recover my files from my hard drive, if I can, this blog will have to be put on hold. I also can’t provide download links…

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Update - no more boop beep bop

For those who don’t know, I spilled coffee on my laptop, and it won’t turn on. It takes a special kind of genius to do that.

This means that, until I can recover my files from my hard drive, if I can, this blog will have to be put on hold. I also can’t provide download links for the files, but I believe you can download some songs straight from the Tumblr audio player with a program called RealPlayer Downloader.

Anyways! Thanks for following and being patient all this time. I started this blog to share my love of Queen + 8-bit, I didn’t know so many other people liked it, too.

We’ve gotten up to a Night at the Opera, so that’s nice. In the meantime, you can still listen to actual Queen music in its entirety at my friend’s blog Fuck Yeah Queen Music

-Boop-

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Thank God It's Christmas 8 bit by Queen

Queen | Thank God It’s Christmas 8 bit

A very special holiday song from 8 bit Queen! Happy holidays, whatever you celebrate.

"Thank God It’s Christmas" is a Christmas single by British rock band Queen. It was written by guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor.

The song was also released as the B-side of the single “A Winter’s Tale” from the 1995 album Made in Heaven. No promotional video was filmed for the track, hampering its future use on music TV channels. For that reason it is a lesser known Christmas single. It also appears on several Christmas compilation albums.

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A Winter's Tale 8 bit by Queen

Queen | A Winter’s Tale 8 bit

A very special holiday song from 8 bit Queen! Happy holidays, whatever you celebrate.

"A Winter’s Tale" is a song by Queen, from the album Made in Heaven, released in 1995 after Freddie Mercury’s death in 1991. It was written after the Innuendo sessions, inspired as Mercury was staring out the windows of their recording studio, at Lake Geneva. The song has a psychedelic, dreamy feel, and describes what Mercury saw outside the windows.

It was said to have been recorded two weeks before Mercury’s death. He wrote, composed, and did the vocals and keyboards for it. In the documentary “Queen - Champions of the World”, it was stated that this was if not the first then an extremely rare style of recording for Freddie, as it was all performed in one take live in the studio. The song was released as the second single from the album. In the UK the single was also available in a special limited edition green paper CD case which resembled Christmas wrapper.

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God Save the Queen 8 bit by Queen

Queen | God Save the Queen 8 bit

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Bohemian Rhapsody 8 bit by Queen

Queen | Bohemian Rhapsody 8 bit

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Good Company 8 bit by Queen

Queen | Good Company 8 bit

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Love of my Life 8 bit by Queen

Queen | Love of my Life 8 bit

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Queen | Prophet’s Song 8-bit

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Seaside Rendezvous 8 bit by Queen

Queen | Seaside Rendezvous 8 bit

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