Queen – A Night At The Opera (High Fidelity Pure Audio Blu-Ray, No Video Content)

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This is a 'High Fidelity Pure Audio' Blu-Ray disc with ultra high quality audio. No video content. Includes a voucher to download this album! Track Listing: 1. Death on Two Legs (Dedicated to …) 2. Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon 3. I'm in Love With My Car 4. You're My Best Friend 5. '39 6. Sweet Lady 7. Seaside Rendezvous 8. The Prophet's Song 9. Love Of My Life 10. Good Company 11. Bohemian Rhapsody 12. God Save The Queen

Product Details

  • Blu-ray Audio: (October 1, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports

Customer Reviews

Queen ANATO multichannel 5.1 mix on Blu Ray Audio matches up well with legendary DVD-Audio version

37 people found this helpful.
 on March 12, 2014
By liuxuande
Being a latecomer to the hi-rez audio scene and 5.1 surround formats in particular, I have paid a small fortune to acquire many Out of Print SACDs and DVD-A versions of famous albums. Now we have a format in BRA (Blu Ray Audio) that offers almost limitless space to capture music in its full uncompressed glory. The tones and nuances of the original analog recordings are being captured for mass market digital distribution better than ever before. And since I’m old school I prefer the hard copy of physical media and liner notes versus digital downloads to my computer. And the prices for BRA (around $20 US) are very attractive when compared to equivalent recordings in other hi-res formats (i.e. SACDs @ 20-30$ US).

Immaculate Sound!!!

38 people found this helpful.
 on February 7, 2014
By Vinyl Lover
I have heard this album a hundred or more times, since 1979 (?) and, am very well versed in the world of “Hi-Fi” while living in a world full of over-compressed music that fatigues the ears and, leaves very little depth to some music that, while still being incredible as it is, it lacks headroom and the warmth of that soft piano intro of “Death On Two Legs” and, since I do not have it on vinyl right now, this is the best next thing!!! I swear everytime I play this, it sounds like the vinyl in respects to the headroom AND the crisp audio – minus the crackles and pops.

Never Was Much of a Queen Fan Till Now!

7 people found this helpful.
 on May 28, 2014
By Alloveramp
I bought about three blue ray audio discs so far including Van Morrison Moondance and Elton John Goodbye Yellow Brick Road and they were all excellent! I have many DVD audio and Super Audio discs. Mostly all including Multi channel format.

The audio and sound mix on these two disc is excellent but no better than SACD

3 people found this helpful.
 on February 27, 2015
By Djk
Ok bought my first studio Blu-Ray Pure Audio disc today at Amazon. Exile On Main Street – Rolling Stones, and A Night At The Opera – Queen. Now I admit I’m a fan of 5.1 surround mix for classic music of any genre. This format Blu Ray Pure Audio basically replaces the DVD-A which is now gone and competes with very small market but surviving SACD which has the same inventor Sony. The audio and sound mix on these two disc is excellent but no better than SACD. However, no video extras, although the manufacturers could add that if they want to. Disc are supposedly a dying product but I don’t buy it. Check how many Blu-Ray disc were sold in the past year. This format should co exist with download streaming and a much smaller vinyl records market for awhile and regular CDs. And ultra HD Blu Rays coming too although TV technology in USA a few years behind on these becoming mainstream. Anyway 4.5 on Exile and 4.75 for A night at… I want something new on this format with an excellent master recording to hear how it sounds. Yes the Blu Ray Pure Audio sounds better than A FLAC lossless download or a CD. Blu-Ray disc of any type have huge information storage ability for audio and video so I think it survives. Blu-Ray players are very cheap now which should keep them around. Any format will sound great if the master from the original recording is excellent flawless and not transferred and compressed which has happened to, too many regular CDs . My preference tend to be SACD, Blu-Ray Pure Audio, regular Blu-Ray video, and DVD-A and no longer being made, and FLAC or Apple lossless downloads.

Pure Audio=Queen on steroids.

6 people found this helpful.
 on April 19, 2014
By The Weaveman
I was never a big Queen fan, but this album and News of the World were my faves.


3 people found this helpful.
 on January 23, 2015
By C.K.
A Night At The Opera never sounded so good. Played through a Yamaha surround system with Cerwin Vega speakers all around with a Klipsch Center channel speaker. Well worth the $22 to experience this great album in this format. It was like actually hearing it for the first time.

BUY THIS DISC; CHANGE YOUR LIFE! A must have for all musicians, audiophiles and anyone with 5.1

10 people found this helpful.
 on October 23, 2014
By battman919
You will be hard pressed to find finer high-resolution multi-channel musical content anywhere else on any format. I geek out pretty hard on high-res 5.1 albums, and this one takes the taco, hands down. While Yes-Fragile 5.1 is mind blowing with its mix, fidelity and musicality, Queen-ANATO raises the bar even higher on every level. Who-Quadrophenia bluray 5.1 is pedal-to-the-metal rockin’ and glorious, so is Tommy, but it still just isn’t Queen ANATO. I suppose taste factors in, but man, if you don’t like ANATO, I don’t even know who you are anymore.


6 people found this helpful.
 on May 29, 2014
By Giovanny M.
Superb audio quality in various high definition formats, followed by a classic rock album record!

Mind blowing audio if you have the system for it.

3 people found this helpful.
 on October 1, 2014
By E.Z.
This Blu-Ray Audio disc is freaking amazing. I listen to this on a 7.1 Surround sound system and it completely blows away anything else I have ever heard. I don’t really need to review this album here. There are lots of good reviews out there. I will say that standout tracks for me are The Prophet’s Song and the obvious Bohemian Rhapsody. This is one of my all-time favorite albums, so to me it is all good. If you love this record and have the sound system for it, you are in for an audio treat with this and other Blu-Ray audio discs.

Just buy it!

4 people found this helpful.
 on April 21, 2014
We need more Blu Ray audio. If you have a decent sound system, this disk will make you want to buy more uncompressed music. Its the way it should be heard.

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