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This release makes use of samples from the rock group Queen. Comes in a plastic wallet sleeve with a folded printed card insert.
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A Night at the Hip-Hopera was the group's breakthrough and most highly acclaimed album, fusing Queen's rock music with rap vocals and many soundbites from movies and other sources From Detroit to . was created originally for the radio program The Rinse on XFM, and was originally broadcast on 23 January 2005. On 7 December 2006, Eric Kleptone posted a podcast, titled Hectic City on the Kleptones' blog, stating that the intention is to make it a weekly release. The podcast contains mash-ups by the Kleptones, and other artists.
Although not part of the A Night At The Hip Hopera album, this unique track mashes up multiple versions of Queen's legendary song, Bohemian Rhapsody. It was released as a Christmas 2004 single (after the album), and since Bohemian Rhapsody was not among the songs sampled by the Kleptones for the album, it's possible that "Bo Rhap" was meant to be part of it, or at the very least a bonus track. While neither are on the album, they are included on the unreleased tracks compilation Shits & Giggles.
Album by The Kleptones. August - November 1975 at Lansdowne Studios Olympic Studios SARM Studios Scorpion Studios Rockfield Studios The Roundhouse Wessex Studios. A Night at the Opera (1975). A Day at the Races (1976). A Night at the Hip Hopera was The Kleptones' breakthrough in 2004 and remains their most highly acclaimed album, which fused Queen's rock music with rap vocals and many sound bites from movies (such as Ferris Bueller's Day Off) and other sources. com/pages/downloads hiphopera.