Queen: 36 years of I Want To Break Free, his music video more controversial

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Queen, the famous band of the british, has become a trend of social networks after being reminded that a day like today, but 37 years ago was the first day of recording “The Works”, his 11th album and that inside of it would include “I Want To Break Free”, song that was to become the most iconic of his career but also the most controversial.

The history of this iconic song Queen begins in mid-1983 when the band members meet to work on what would be his eleventh album that would be entitled “The Works” and that would bring great success as “Radio Ga-Ga”, “It’s A Hard Life” and “Hammer To Fall”.

But the real success that Queen had with this album came with the release of the music video “I Want To Break Free”, a song that spoke about the release and that without a doubt had a great impact among followers of the band and of course of the popularity lists at the international level.




IWTBF is the video’s most iconic Queen

The reason why this song became one of the most iconic british band, is that the members of Queen decided to make a small parody of the series “Coronation Street” and to make it more shocking, chose to dress in woman’s clothing.

Queen: 36 years of I Want To Break Free, his music video more controversial.

The music video “I Want To Break Free” managed to cause great controversy in the people of that time and the fact that they were dressed women for some of the scenes caused MTV censured because the television network refused to disseminate it.

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Queen: 36 years of I Want To Break Free, his music video more controversial.

After a few days of met 36 years of its release, fans of the band Queen still idolatrando the music video “I Want To Break Free” because without a doubt it was a pump innovative for the people of that time and today has become one of the most iconic of the music industry.

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