Essentially, Queen's second Greatest Hits album is for hardcore fans and 80's pop-rock listeners only. Nothing here comes close to touching the stratospheric heights of the likes of "Bohemian Rhapsody," or other earlier classics, although there are touching moments like "Radio GA GA" and "I Want To Break Free." Then, of course, there's the combo of Queen and David Bowie for the mega-hit "Under Pressure," easily the best track off the album. That, plus a boatload of filler. "Under Pressure" is the only truly essential track here; fans, feel free to indulge yourself at an $11 price tag.