Hosted by British broadcasting legend Nicky Horne, this episode of The 20 Million Club also features guests appearances from Classic Rock editor Siân Llewellyn, alongside Scott Rowley, head of music magazines at Future plc.
In this episode the fearsome trio discuss Queen's Greatest Hits, the UK’s all-time best-selling album. But are greatest hits albums even proper albums, or is it a massive cheat?
The team discuss the idea of The Album in the age of the playlist and go through the many highlights and occasional lowlights of Greatest Hits.
PLUS: Is Fat Bottomed Girls a body positive anthem? What would it sound like is Elvis sang Crazy Little Thing Called Love? And more.
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The comment on a Guardian story (opens in new tab) that kicks off the podcast. It's either the perfect encapsulation of the album purist or the perfect parody of the album purist:
Crazy Little Thing Called Love by "Elvis":
And another story on The Guardian about why Queen's Greatest Hits is back in the charts this year (opens in new tab).