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Time, the ultimate Queen gift!


Now, you or someone you love, can be the sole owner of any Queen moment, past, present or future.

For example, imagine giving your loved one the minute you first met Queen, the minute Queen was born or another meaningful Queen moment.

Now you can give that exact date and time, beautifully presented in its very own framed 'Certificate of Ownership' from the 'Universal Time Registry' for just £9.99 + p&p.

Once that minute has been taken by you, it's yours forever. Nobody else can own the same minute. This is truly a unique gift.

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Own a minute in the life of Queen

Click on any of the dates below to buy a minute on that day.

  • 8 March 1974 Queen released their first album, a self-titled project.
  • 21 November 1975 The album "A Night at the Opera" was released, which is considered by many fans and critics alike to be their greatest effort.
  • 3 June 1976 Queen's "Bhoemian Rhapsody" goes gold.
  • 7 October 1977 The single "We are the Champions" was released, which became one of their most famous and popular songs, and has since become an anthem for sporting victories.
  • 30 June 1980 The album "The Game" was released, which was the only Queen album to reach the #1 position in both the UK and the USA.
  • 13 July 1985 Played at the Live Aid concert held at Wembley, UK.
  • 14 October 1991 The single "The Show Must Go On" was released, considered to be the greatest hit of last century.
  • 23 November 1991 In a prepared statement made on his deathbed, Freddie Mercury finally acknowledged he had AIDS.
  • 19 September 2005 A live double CD album was released, Return of the Champions, featuring Paul Rodgers.
  • 11 April 2006 Queen appeared on the American singing contest television show American Idol.

Queen: "Bohemian Rhapsody"

Queen is comprised of members Roger Taylor, Brian May, John Deacon and Freddie Mercury. The band was first created when Brian May and Roger Taylor joined the group Smile in 1967. When the lead vocalist of the group left in 1971 May and Taylor formed another group with Freddie Mercury, who had formerly sang with Wreckage. A few months later John Deacon also joined the group. During the next few years the members of the band worked on completing college and rehearsed together. By 1973; however, they had started on their first tour and released Queen. The first album was mostly metal and did not achieve as much attention as they had hoped. Queen II, their second album, achieved success early in 1974. Their single, “Seven Seas of Rhye,” reached the Top Ten. Queen II then reached the Top Five. With this success behind them, the group set out on their first American tour. In the U.S. Queen II had broken into the Top 50. Their third album, Sheer Heart Attack, was released just before the end of 1974. According to some reports, the album was the most expensive rock album to ever be produced at the time. “Bohemian Rhapsody”, the first single from the album, went on to become Queen’s signature song. One of the first conceptual music videos was produced in support of the song. In England, the song broke the record for the longest run at the No.1 position. Throughout the next several years Queen reached the height of their popularity and continued to produce prolifically.

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