In the 1980s Queen became the confident, mature yet still challenging band they'd always threatened to be. Unlike many groups who'd broken through in the early 1970s, Queen were unaffected by the onslaught of punk; they were neither old wave nor new wave, they were just Queen. During the decade of new romantics, post punks, synth duos, goths, geeks and grebos, Queen maintained respect in all camps and came back from a fallow start to the 80s as one of the world's finest stadium acts. The hits came and came and came again, the band scoring 20 chart singles during the decade. And the concerts exceeded all expectations too, with Queen's Live Aid set often being dubbed the best live performance of all time. "Queen - Under Review 1980-1991" features live and studio performances by the group, rare interviews and a host of other features all interspersed with the independent review and criticism from a panel of esteemed experts. These include: broadcaster, journalist and long term friend of Freddie Mercury, Paul Gambaccini; music author and Classic Rock magazine journalist, Malcolm Dome; Journalist and author Darryl Easlea; former Melody Maker editor Chris Welch; Virgin Radio DJ, Ben Jones and many others.