This album is another great effort from Queen. In 1980 when this was released, the new (at the time) Charleston Coliseum was to announce the opening act for the arena. I can't tell you how excited and surprised I was when they announced it would be Queen! I waited in line from early morning and purchased tickets for the show. I ended up on the third row and counted the days until the concert. The show opened with the incredible "Play The Game" by Freddie, and was followed by "Dragon Attack" as it is on the album. I personally love "Dragon Attack". The guitar just wails and screams on this one, and I don't know why several reviewers said they didn't like that track. "Another One Bite The Dust" was a huge hit in the U.S. and abroad, but was never one of my favorites. It is great because it is Queen, but seems to be designed to hook the begrudging American fans. "Need Your Loving Tonight" is a fun rocker to sing along with. Freddie's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" is a familiar hit with an early Elvis sound. "Rock It" is a fast paced song with Taylor on lead vocals. "Don't Try Suicide" is a catchy sort of song that is classically Freddie. Brian May is a master of ballad type tunes that mystify you. "Sail Away Sweet Sister" is a perfect example and a wonderful song. Next up is "Coming Soon" that is not the most instantly likeable song on here, but after a few listens the soaring vocals at the end will prove it is classic Queen. The final encore for the Charleston concert was the incredible "Save Me". It is the final song on this album too, and is one of the best songs ever by Queen. The lyrics and emotion are the stuff of legend.