Last week, Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody movie became the all-time highest grossing music bio-pic, in both the U.S. and worldwide.
After coming in a number-five at the box office here, BoRhap is now at $164.3 million, over $3-million more than Straight Outta Compton. The film has also climbed to over $500-million globally, far outdistancing the N.W.A. picture.
Meanwhile, the Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack album remains at number-six on this week's Billboard 200.
The album's title track is also the subject of a very unusual instrumental cover version, created by using sounds generated by a vintage "computer hardware orchestra" dubbed The Floppotron. You can find it on YouTube.