It's very good, but it's overrated, IMHO. I question if it would have the same sort of reputation without Bo Rhap - somehow, I strongly doubt it. Take that away, and the quality of the rest of it is no higher than many of their other 70s albums, e.g. Queen II, Sheer Heart Attack, A Day at the Races and, arguably, even News of the World. In many ways, the finest songs on it are '39 and Love of My Life, but I'd suggest that there are songs of that quality on several other Queen albums, and I've never cared for things like Death On Two Legs or The Prophet's Song, which greatly overstays its welcome, as far as I'm concerned. And does anyone really care about Sweet Lady? Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon and Seaside Rendezvous are just forgettable pieces of whimsy, You're My Best Friend is a fine song but I prefer You & I on A Day at the Races, and I'm In Love With My Car is inferior to several other 70s Roger Taylor compositions. Other than that, Good Company is the only thing that stands out to me - it's easily the equal of a lot of McCartney's late 60s nostalgia pieces. Unfortunately, Queen never managed to make a true "masterpiece", in terms of their studio albums. There is at least one truly dodgy moment on even the best of them.