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    • In 2004, Q ranked U2 as the fourth-biggest band in a list compiled based on album sales, time spent on the UK charts, and largest audience for a headlining show.U2-Wikipedia
    • The same year, Q magazine named the Rolling Stones one of the 50 Bands To See Before You Die, and the 2002–2003 Licks Tour gave people that chance.The Rolling Stones-Wikipedia
    • Qs Tom Doyle called Zoo TV "the most spectacular rock tour staged by any band".U2-Wikipedia
    • Q magazine would list Hot Space as one of the top fifteen albums where great rock acts lost the plot.Queen (band)-Wikipedia
    • Q called "Stan" the third-greatest rap song of all time, and it was ranked tenth in a survey.Eminem-Wikipedia
    • Among other accolades, it was ranked number 16 in Q magazine's "The 50 Best British Albums Ever" in 2004, and number 11 in Rolling Stone's "The 100 Greatest Albums of All Time" as featured in their Mexican edition in 2004.Queen (band)-Wikipedia

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