Adam Lambert mention via Billboard: Rewinding the Charts: In 1980, Queen Got 'Crazy' Atop the Hot 100
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Posted at : Thursday, February 23, 2017
Freddie Mercury's homage to Elvis, which he wrote in minutes — in a bathtub — kicked off the group's best year on the U.S. charts.
The following year, "Bohemian Rhapsody" returned to the Hot 100, this time hitting No. 2, after the song was used in a now-classic scene in the hit movie Wayne's World.
Deacon retired in 1997, and after a brief hiatus May and Taylor have toured since 2005 with guest vocalists that have included Paul Rodgers and Adam Lambert. "Crazy," meanwhile, lives on, with Michael Bublé, Diana Ross and Dwight Yoakam among the artists who have covered one of Queen's crowning achievements.
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Rewinding the Charts: In 1980, Queen Got 'Crazy' Atop the Hot 100
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