Guaranteed to Blow Your Mind: Queen's Entire Album Catalog on a Collectible Golden Orb!

Queen Golden Orb Collection Digital Album Archive
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As the surviving members of Queen continue their seemingly endless celebration of the band’s forty year anniversary – which kicked off with last year’s Deluxe Reissues of their entire catalog – an all new box set of Queen Tunes is about to be made available for fans who don’t mind throwing down $350: the Queen Orb Gift Box. A “true electronic age marvel,” the Golden Orb contains an ornately decorated USB drive, which holds all 15 (re-mastered) Queen studio albums – in both 320kbps MP3 and 24-bit 44.1kHz WAV format (fully PC and Mac compatible) – as well as a massive photo gallery to waste hours and hours of time looking at and downloading to your FaceBook page. Buyers also get a gold-plated Queen crest pendant necklace inside a tiny red velvet pouch, and, of course, the Golden Orb itself, which is quite impressive on its own (just look at it!). And it comes in a fancy black velvet box for storage. Fancy!

Produced in a limited edition series of 5,000 numbered units, The Queen Golden Orb (which quickly sold out its limited first run last December) will be available to purchase on April 2nd, 2012 at This Link.

See more details and the album listing after the jump!

Thanks to Karl Brandt for The Tip!
Queen Golden Orb Collection Digital Album Archive

Queen Golden Orb Digital Box Set

The Golden Orb: Dimensions: 9.4 cm x 9.4 cm x 10.2 cm

Albums:

Queen (1973)
Queen II (1974)
Sheer Heart Attack (1974)
A Night at the Opera (1975)
A Day at the Races (1976)
News of the World (1977)
Jazz (1978)
The Game (1980)
Flash Gordon (1980)
Hot Space (1982)
The Works (1984)
A Kind of Magic (1986)
The Miracle (1989)
Innuendo (1991)
Made In Heaven (1995)

5 thoughts on “Guaranteed to Blow Your Mind: Queen's Entire Album Catalog on a Collectible Golden Orb!

  1. Whoaaaaaa, Crazy! Did you see the Family Guy episode….uuuum…I believe last Sunday. Stewie was scared of the cover of “News of the World” — hahaha you MUST see it!

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  2. “Sheer Heart Attack” was an album I played ’til it practically wore out. Just thinking about it brings me back to my teen years, rocking out in my room surrounded by all my rock-n-roll posters!

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  3. Such an interesting guitar sound; it was like a signature. As soon as you heard it you knew it was Queen. Boston also had a signiture guitar sound, and many others, I’m sure. But those two stick in my head. (Jimi is a given). My father says I have a signiture guitar sound too. He says all my songs sound the same…(sigh) critics… 8-?

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