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Did you know?
Bohemian Rhapsody was too long...
In 1975 Queen released their 4th album A Night at the Opera, which included the classic song Bohemian Rhapsody.
But in the mid-1970's, the running time of
5 minutes and 55 seconds was considered too long for airplay by the commercial radio stations, as this far exceeded the usual maximum of 4 minutes for a broadcastable single.
Zany DJ Kenny Everett has been credited as the first DJ in the UK to play the single on commercial radio (Capital Radio) and other stations then followed suite.
How could they not?