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Brian May (guitar), Roger Taylor (drums), and Tim Staffell (bass, vocals) formed the group Smile in 1968. The 8-song collection, "Ghost Of A Smile," includes all of their recordings from 1969. Tim Staffell left the group in 1970, and was replaced by Freddie Mercury (vocals), and Mike Grose (bass guitar). The band changed their name from Smile to Queen. Mike Grose left the group, and John Deacon (bass guitar) joined the band in January of 1971.
Ghost of a Smile


The band Queen included Freddie Mercury (vocals), Brian May (lead guitar), John Deacon (bass guitar), and Roger Taylor (drums). Their debut album, entitled "Queen," was released on July 13, 1973. It features the songs "Keep Yourself Alive" (written by Brian May), "Liar" (written by Freddie Mercury), and "Modern Times Rock & Roll" (written by Roger Taylor).
Queen


The 8-song collection, "Queen At The BBC," includes recordings made in February and December of 1973. They include "Keep Yourself Alive," "Liar," and "Modern Times Rock & Roll."
At the BBC


The album "Queen II" was released on March 8, 1974. It includes the songs "Father To Son" (written by Brain May), "Funny How Love Is" (written by Freddie Mercury), and "Seven Seas Of Rhye" (written by Freddie Mercury). Bonus tracks include "See What A Fool I've Been," and " White Queen (As It Began)" (live version).
Queen II (Deluxe Version)


The Queen album, "Sheer Heart Attack," was released on November 1, 1974. It peaked at #12 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Killer Queen" (#12 in 1975), "Brighton Rock," and "Stone Cold Crazy." Bonus tracks include "Now I'm Here" (live version), "Flick Of The Wrist" (BBC session), and "In The Lap Of The Gods... Revisited" (live version).
Sheer Heart Attack (Deluxe Version)


The "Queen - Live At The Rainbow '74" concert includes their performances of "White Queen (As It Began)," "Keep Yourself Alive," "Seven Seas of Rhye," and "Jailhouse Rock/Stupid Cupid/Be-Bop-a-Lula" (medley).
Live at the Rainbow 74 [Blu-ray]


The Queen album, "A Night At The Opera," was released on November 21, 1975. It peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Bohemian Rhapsody" (#9 in 1976), "You're My Best Friend" (#16 in 1976), "Death On Two Legs" (written by Freddie Mercury), I'm In Love With My Car" (written by Roger Taylor), and "'39" (written by Brian May). Bonus tracks include "You're My Best Friend" (backing track mix), and "'39" (live At Earl's Court).
A Night At The Opera (Deluxe Version)
Queen: The Making of A Night at the Opera


The Queen album, "A Day At The Races," was released on December 10, 1976. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Somebody To Love" (#13 in 1976), "Tie Your Mother Down," and "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy." Bonus tracks include "Somebody To Love" (live version), and "You Take My Breath Away" (live version).
Day at the Races


The Queen album, "News Of The World," was released on October 28, 1977. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions" (#4 in 1977), "Sheer Heart Attack" (written by Roger Taylor), and "Get Down, Make Love" (written by Freddie Mercury). "We Will Rock You" (remix) is included as a bonus track.
News Of The World


The album "Jazz" was released on November 10, 1978. It peaked at #6 in Billboard's album chart. It features the double-sided single "Bicycle Race/Fat Bottomed Girls" (#24 in 1978), "Let Me Entertain You," and "Don't Stop Me Now." Bonus tracks include "Fat Bottomed Girls" (1991 remix), and "Bicycle Race" (1991 remix).
Jazz


The 2-CD, 22-song set, "Live Killers," was released on June 22, 1979. It peaked at #16 in Billboard's album chart. It includes Queen's performances of "Keep Yourself Alive," "Death On Two Legs," "Killer Queen," "Spread Your Wings," and "Sheer Heart Attack."
Live Killers


The Queen album, "The Game," was released on June 30, 1980. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" (#1 in 1980), "Another One Bites The Dust" (#1 in 1980), and "Play The Game." "Dragon Attack" (1991 remix) is included as a bonus track.
The Game


The soundtrack album, "Flash Gordon," was released on January 27, 1981. It peaked at #23 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Flash's Theme," and "The Hero."
Flash Gordon (Soundtrack)


Drummer Roger Taylor's debut solo album, "Fun In Space," was released on April 6, 1981. Roger wrote all of the songs, including "No Violins," "Let's Get Crazy," and "Fun In Space."
Fun in Space


The Queen album, "Hot Space," was released on May 21, 1982. It peaked at #22 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Under Pressure" (with David Bowie; #29 in 1981), "Body Language" (#11 in 1982), and "Life Is Real (Song For Lennon)."
Hot Space


This 2-DVD set, "Queen On Fire: Live At The Bowl," includes Queen's performances at Britain's Milton Keynes Bowl on June 5th, 1982. It also includes their performances in Vienna, Austria on May 12th, 1982, and at Tokyo's Seibu Stadium on November 3rd, 1982. Songs performed include "Under Pressure," "Flash," "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," "Bohemian Rhapsody," and "Another One Bites The Dust."
On Fire Live at the Bowl


"Brian May & Friend's Star Fleet Project" was released on October 31, 1983. It includes the songs "Star Fleet," and "Blues Breaker" (with Eddie Van Halen on guitar).
BRIAN MAY & FRIENDS - Star Fleet Project - Audio CD (mini-LP) - 10 tracks


The Queen album, "The Works," was released on February 27, 1984. It peaked at #23 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Radio Ga-Ga" (#16 in 1984), "It's A Hard Life," and "Hammer To Fall."
The Works (Deluxe Version)


The Roger Taylor album, "Strange Frontier," was released on June 25, 1984. It includes the songs "Racing In The Streets" (written by Bruce Springsteen), and "Masters Of War" (written by Bob Dylan).
Strange Frontier


Freddie Mercury's debut solo album, "Mr. Bad Guy," was released on May 7, 1985. Freddie wrote all of the songs, including "I Was Born To Love You," "Made In Heaven," "My Love Is Dangerous," and "Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow."
Mr Bad Guy


The "Queen: Rock Montreal & Live Aid" DVD includes two outstanding concerts. The 1981 Montreal concert includes Queen's performances of "Somebody To Love," and "Crazy Little Thing Called Love." The Live Aid concert took place at Wembley Stadium on July 13, 1985. It includes Queen's performances of "We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions," and "Hammer To Fall."
Queen: Rock Montreal & Live Aid [Blu-ray]


The Queen album, "A Kind Of Magic," was released on June 2, 1986. It includes the songs "Pain Is So Close To Pleasure" (written by John Deacon and Freddie Mercury), "Who Wants To Live Forever?" (written by Brain May), and "A Kind Of Magic" (written by Roger Taylor). Bonus tracks include "Forever," and "One Vision (extended mix).
Kind of Magic



"Queen: Live At Wembley Stadium" took place on July 12, 1986. It includes Queen's performances of "One Vision," "Another One Bites The Dust," "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," and "God Save The Queen."
Queen: Live at Wembley Stadium


"Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live In Budapest" was recorded at the Népstadion, in front of 80,000 people, on July 27, 1986. Songs Queen performed include "Seven Seas Of Rhye," "A Kind Of Magic," "Under Pressure," "I Want To Break Free," "Tutti Frutti," "Bohemian Rhapsody," and "Hammer To Fall."
Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live in Budapest [Blu-ray]


The Queen album, "Live Magic," was released on December 1, 1986. It includes Queen's performances of "Under Pressure," "Radio Ga-Ga," "A Kind Of Magic," and "We Are The Champions."
Live Magic


The Freddie Mercury and Montserrat Caballé album, "Barcelona," was released on October 10, 1988. Songs include "Barcelona," "How Can I Go On?," and "Guide Me Home."
Barcelona


The Queen album, "The Miracle," was released on May 22, 1989. It peaked at #24 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "I Want It All," "Rain Must Fall," and "Hang On In There."
The Miracle (Deluxe Version)


The album "Innuendo" was released on February 5, 1991. It peaked at #30 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "Headlong," "These Are The Days Of Our Lives," "Innuendo," and "The Show Must Go On." Freddie Mercury died on November 24, 1991.
Innuendo


The 17-song collection, "Classic Queen," was released on March 10, 1992. It includes "Keep Yourself Alive," "Under Pressure" (#29 in 1981), and "Radio Ga-Ga" (#16 in 1984). It also includes the song "Bohemian Rhapsody." Due to its being featured in the movie "Wayne's World," the song was re-released, and peaked at #2 in 1992.
Classic Queen


"Queen: The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert" took place at Wembley Stadium on April 20, 1992. Brian May, John Deacon and Roger Taylor backed David Bowie and Annie Lenox on the song "Under Pressure," George Michael on the song "Somebody To Love" (#30 in 1993), and Elton John on the song "The Show Must Go On."
Queen: The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert


The 12-song collection, "Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender," was released on November 24, 1992. It includes "Living On My Own" (techno mix; #1 in England), "Love Kills," and "The Great Pretender."
The Great Pretender


The Brian May album, "Back To The Light," was released on February 2, 1993. It includes the songs "Too Much Love Will Kill You," "Let Your Heart Rule Your Head," and "Driven By You."
Back to the Light


"The Brian May Band - Live At Brixton Academy" was released on February 7, 1994. It includes their performances of "Back To The Light," "'39/Let Your Heart Rule Your Head" (medley), and "Hammer To Fall."
Live at Brixton Academy


The Roger Taylor album, "Happiness," was released on September 9, 1994. Roger wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Everybody Hurts Sometime," "Freedom Train," and "Happiness."
Happiness


The Queen album, "Made In Heaven," was released on November 6, 1995. On this album, the surviving members of Queen recorded backing tracks for the final vocals Freddie Mercury recorded before his death. The album includes the songs "Made In Heaven" (written by Freddie Mercury), "Heaven For Everyone" (written by Roger Taylor), and "Too Much Love Will Kill You."
Made In Heaven (Deluxe Version)


The 2-CD, 34 song collection, "Queen: Greatest Hits, Vols. 1 & 2," was released on November 14, 1995. It includes "Killer Queen" (#12 in 1975), "Somebody To Love" (#13 in 1976), "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" (#1 in 1980), "I Want It All," and "The Show Must Go On." HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Queen: Greatest Hits I & II


The Roger Taylor album, "Electric Fire," was released on August 25, 1998. It includes the songs "Pressure On" (written by Roger Taylor), "No More Fun" (written by Roger Taylor), and "Working Class Hero" (written by John Lennon).
Electric Fire


The Brian May album, "Another World," was released on September 15, 1998. It includes the songs "On My Way Up," "Space," and "All The Way From Memphis" (written by Ian Hunter).
Another World


The 3-CD, 51-song box set, "Queen: Greatest Hits I, II & III - The Platinum Collection," was released on September 24, 2002. I give this box set MY HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION!
Greatest Hits I, II & III - The Platinum Collection (3CD)


The 2-DVD set, "Queen: Greatest Video Hits," was originally released in 2002. It includes music videos for 33 songs, including "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Another One Bites The Dust," "Flash," "Under Pressure," and "Friends Will Be Friends."
Queen - Greatest Video Hits 1


The 2-DVD set, "Queen: Greatest Video Hits 2," was originally released in 2003. It includes music videos for "Radio Ga-Ga," "Body Language," "Back Chat," "Calling All Girls," and "Who Wants To Live Forever?" It also includes Queen's performances at the Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festivals in 1984 and 1986, as well as a brief documentary.
Queen - Greatest Video Hits 2


The 20-song collection, "Queen - Greatest Hits: We Will Rock You Edition," was released on August 17, 2004. It includes "Killer Queen" (#12 in 1975), "We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions" (#4 in 1977), "Under Pressure" (live version), and "Tie Your Mother Down" (live version). VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Greatest Hits: We Will Rock You Edition


In 2005, guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor, and vocalist Paul Rodgers (former lead singer of Free and Bad Company), toured as Queen + Paul Rodgers. The 2-CD, 27-song set, "Return Of The Champions," was released on September 13, 2005. It includes their performances of "All Right Now" (Free), "Feel Like Makin' Love" (Bad Company), and the Queen songs "Radio Ga-Ga," "Another One Bites The Dust," "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," and "We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions."
Return Of The Champions
Queen + Paul Rodgers - Return of the Champions


The 2-CD, 35-track collection, "The Very Best Of Freddie Mercury Solo: Lover Of Life, Singer Of Songs," was released on September 4, 2006. It includes "Mr. Bad Guy," "The Great Pretender," "Barcelona," "Living On My Own" (no more brothers extended mix), and "My Love Is Dangerous." HIGHLY RECOMENDED!
Lover Of Life, Singer Of Songs: The Very Best Of Freddie Mercury Solo (2CD)


The 3-disc (2 CDs, 1 DVD) set, "Queen + Paul Rodgers: Live In Ukraine," was recorded on September 12, 2008. It includes their performances of "The Show Must Go On," "I'm In Love With My Car," "C-lebrity," "Cosmos Rockin'," and "God Save The Queen."
2008 Live In Ukraine (W/Dvd)


The Queen + Paul Rodgers album, "The Cosmos Rocks," was released on October 28, 2008. It peaked at #47 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "Say It's Not True," "Some Things That Glitter," and "Surf's Up...School's Out."
The Cosmos Rocks


The Freddie Mercury and Montserrat Caballé album, "Barcelona: Special Edition," was released on September 3, 2012. On this version of the album, the instrumental tracks were replaced with symphonic orchestration and percussion, rather than synthesizers and drum machines. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Barcelona

Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender [Blu-ray]

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Brian May (guitar), Roger Taylor (drums), and Tim Staffell (bass, vocals) formed the group Smile in 1968. The 8-song collection, "Ghost Of A Smile," includes all of their recordings from 1969. Tim Staffell left the group in 1970, and was replaced by Freddie Mercury (vocals), and Mike Grose (bass guitar). The band changed their name from Smile to Queen. Mike Grose left the group, and John Deacon (bass guitar) joined the band in January of 1971.
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The band Queen included Freddie Mercury (vocals), Brian May (lead guitar), John Deacon (bass guitar), and Roger Taylor (drums). Their debut album, entitled "Queen," was released on July 13, 1973. It features the songs "Keep Yourself Alive" (written by Brian May), "Liar" (written by Freddie Mercury), and "Modern Times Rock & Roll" (written by Roger Taylor).
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The 8-song collection, "Queen At The BBC," includes recordings made in February and December of 1973. They include "Keep Yourself Alive," "Liar," and "Modern Times Rock & Roll."
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The album "Queen II" was released on March 8, 1974. It includes the songs "Father To Son" (written by Brain May), "Funny How Love Is" (written by Freddie Mercury), and "Seven Seas Of Rhye" (written by Freddie Mercury). Bonus tracks include "See What A Fool I've Been," and " White Queen (As It Began)" (live version).
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The Queen album, "Sheer Heart Attack," was released on November 1, 1974. It peaked at #12 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Killer Queen" (#12 in 1975), "Brighton Rock," and "Stone Cold Crazy." Bonus tracks include "Now I'm Here" (live version), "Flick Of The Wrist" (BBC session), and "In The Lap Of The Gods... Revisited" (live version).
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The Queen album, "A Night At The Opera," was released on November 21, 1975. It peaked at #4 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Bohemian Rhapsody" (#9 in 1976), "You're My Best Friend" (#16 in 1976), "Death On Two Legs" (written by Freddie Mercury), I'm In Love With My Car" (written by Roger Taylor), and "'39" (written by Brian May). Bonus tracks include "You're My Best Friend" (backing track mix), and "'39" (live At Earl's Court).
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The Queen album, "A Day At The Races," was released on December 10, 1976. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Somebody To Love" (#13 in 1976), "Tie Your Mother Down," and "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy." Bonus tracks include "Somebody To Love" (live version), and "You Take My Breath Away" (live version).
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The Queen album, "News Of The World," was released on October 28, 1977. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions" (#4 in 1977), "Sheer Heart Attack" (written by Roger Taylor), and "Get Down, Make Love" (written by Freddie Mercury). "We Will Rock You" (remix) is included as a bonus track.
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The album "Jazz" was released on November 10, 1978. It peaked at #6 in Billboard's album chart. It features the double-sided single "Bicycle Race/Fat Bottomed Girls" (#24 in 1978), "Let Me Entertain You," and "Don't Stop Me Now." Bonus tracks include "Fat Bottomed Girls" (1991 remix), and "Bicycle Race" (1991 remix).
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The 2-CD, 22-song set, "Live Killers," was released on June 22, 1979. It peaked at #16 in Billboard's album chart. It includes Queen's performances of "Keep Yourself Alive," "Death On Two Legs," "Killer Queen," "Spread Your Wings," and "Sheer Heart Attack."
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The Queen album, "The Game," was released on June 30, 1980. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" (#1 in 1980), "Another One Bites The Dust" (#1 in 1980), and "Play The Game." "Dragon Attack" (1991 remix) is included as a bonus track.
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The soundtrack album, "Flash Gordon," was released on January 27, 1981. It peaked at #23 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Flash's Theme," and "The Hero."
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Drummer Roger Taylor's debut solo album, "Fun In Space," was released on April 6, 1981. Roger wrote all of the songs, including "No Violins," "Let's Get Crazy," and "Fun In Space."
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The Queen album, "Hot Space," was released on May 21, 1982. It peaked at #22 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Under Pressure" (with David Bowie; #29 in 1981), "Body Language" (#11 in 1982), and "Life Is Real (Song For Lennon)."
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This 2-DVD set, "Queen On Fire: Live At The Bowl," includes Queen's performances at Britain's Milton Keynes Bowl on June 5th, 1982. It also includes their performances in Vienna, Austria on May 12th, 1982, and at Tokyo's Seibu Stadium on November 3rd, 1982. Songs performed include "Under Pressure," "Flash," "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," "Bohemian Rhapsody," and "Another One Bites The Dust."
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"Brian May & Friend's Star Fleet Project" was released on October 31, 1983. It includes the songs "Star Fleet," and "Blues Breaker" (with Eddie Van Halen on guitar).
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The Queen album, "The Works," was released on February 27, 1984. It peaked at #23 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Radio Ga-Ga" (#16 in 1984), "It's A Hard Life," and "Hammer To Fall."
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The Roger Taylor album, "Strange Frontier," was released on June 25, 1984. It includes the songs "Racing In The Streets" (written by Bruce Springsteen), and "Masters Of War" (written by Bob Dylan).
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Freddie Mercury's debut solo album, "Mr. Bad Guy," was released on May 7, 1985. Freddie wrote all of the songs, including "I Was Born To Love You," "Made In Heaven," "My Love Is Dangerous," and "Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow."
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The "Queen: Rock Montreal & Live Aid" DVD includes two outstanding concerts. The 1981 Montreal concert includes Queen's performances of "Somebody To Love," and "Crazy Little Thing Called Love." The Live Aid concert took place at Wembley Stadium on July 13, 1985. It includes Queen's performances of "We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions," and "Hammer To Fall."
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The Queen album, "A Kind Of Magic," was released on June 2, 1986. It includes the songs "Pain Is So Close To Pleasure" (written by John Deacon and Freddie Mercury), "Who Wants To Live Forever?" (written by Brain May), and "A Kind Of Magic" (written by Roger Taylor). Bonus tracks include "Forever," and "One Vision (extended mix).
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"Queen: Live At Wembley Stadium" took place on July 12, 1986. It includes Queen's performances of "One Vision," "Another One Bites The Dust," "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," and "God Save The Queen."
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"Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live In Budapest" was recorded at the Népstadion, in front of 80,000 people, on July 27, 1986. Songs Queen performed include "Seven Seas Of Rhye," "A Kind Of Magic," "Under Pressure," "I Want To Break Free," "Tutti Frutti," "Bohemian Rhapsody," and "Hammer To Fall."
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The Queen album, "Live Magic," was released on December 1, 1986. It includes Queen's performances of "Under Pressure," "Radio Ga-Ga," "A Kind Of Magic," and "We Are The Champions."
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The Freddie Mercury and Montserrat Caballé album, "Barcelona," was released on October 10, 1988. Songs include "Barcelona," "How Can I Go On?," and "Guide Me Home."
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The Queen album, "The Miracle," was released on May 22, 1989. It peaked at #24 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "I Want It All," "Rain Must Fall," and "Hang On In There."
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The album "Innuendo" was released on February 5, 1991. It peaked at #30 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "Headlong," "These Are The Days Of Our Lives," "Innuendo," and "The Show Must Go On." Freddie Mercury died on November 24, 1991.
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The 17-song collection, "Classic Queen," was released on March 10, 1992. It includes "Keep Yourself Alive," "Under Pressure" (#29 in 1981), and "Radio Ga-Ga" (#16 in 1984). It also includes the song "Bohemian Rhapsody." Due to its being featured in the movie "Wayne's World," the song was re-released, and peaked at #2 in 1992.
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"Queen: The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert" took place at Wembley Stadium on April 20, 1992. Brian May, John Deacon and Roger Taylor backed David Bowie and Annie Lenox on the song "Under Pressure," George Michael on the song "Somebody To Love" (#30 in 1993), and Elton John on the song "The Show Must Go On."
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The 12-song collection, "Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender," was released on November 24, 1992. It includes "Living On My Own" (techno mix; #1 in England), "Love Kills," and "The Great Pretender."
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The Brian May album, "Back To The Light," was released on February 2, 1993. It includes the songs "Too Much Love Will Kill You," "Let Your Heart Rule Your Head," and "Driven By You."
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"The Brian May Band - Live At Brixton Academy" was released on February 7, 1994. It includes their performances of "Back To The Light," "'39/Let Your Heart Rule Your Head" (medley), and "Hammer To Fall."
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The Roger Taylor album, "Happiness," was released on September 9, 1994. Roger wrote all of the songs on this album, including "Everybody Hurts Sometime," "Freedom Train," and "Happiness."
35.  Happiness [Import]  by Roger Taylor
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The Queen album, "Made In Heaven," was released on November 6, 1995. On this album, the surviving members of Queen recorded backing tracks for the final vocals Freddie Mercury recorded before his death. The album includes the songs "Made In Heaven" (written by Freddie Mercury), "Heaven For Everyone" (written by Roger Taylor), and "Too Much Love Will Kill You."
36.  Made In Heaven (Deluxe Version)  by Queen
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The 2-CD, 34 song collection, "Queen: Greatest Hits, Vols. 1 & 2," was released on November 14, 1995. It includes "Killer Queen" (#12 in 1975), "Somebody To Love" (#13 in 1976), "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" (#1 in 1980), "I Want It All," and "The Show Must Go On." HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
37.  Queen: Greatest Hits I & II [Double CD]  by Queen
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The Roger Taylor album, "Electric Fire," was released on August 25, 1998. It includes the songs "Pressure On" (written by Roger Taylor), "No More Fun" (written by Roger Taylor), and "Working Class Hero" (written by John Lennon).
38.  Electric Fire [Import]  by Roger Taylor
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The Brian May album, "Another World," was released on September 15, 1998. It includes the songs "On My Way Up," "Space," and "All The Way From Memphis" (written by Ian Hunter).
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The 3-CD, 51-song box set, "Queen: Greatest Hits I, II & III - The Platinum Collection," was released on September 24, 2002. I give this box set MY HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION!
40.  Greatest Hits I, II & III - The Platinum Collection (3CD) [Box set]  by Queen
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The 2-DVD set, "Queen: Greatest Video Hits," was originally released in 2002. It includes music videos for 33 songs, including "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Another One Bites The Dust," "Flash," "Under Pressure," and "Friends Will Be Friends."
41.  Queen - Greatest Video Hits 1 [Color] [Dolby] [DTS Surround Sound] [NTSC]  DVD ~ Queen
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The 2-DVD set, "Queen: Greatest Video Hits 2," was originally released in 2003. It includes music videos for "Radio Ga-Ga," "Body Language," "Back Chat," "Calling All Girls," and "Who Wants To Live Forever?" It also includes Queen's performances at the Montreux Golden Rose Pop Festivals in 1984 and 1986, as well as a brief documentary.
42.  Queen - Greatest Video Hits 2 [Multiple Formats] [AC-3] [Color] [DTS Surround Sound] [NTSC]  DVD ~ Queen
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The 20-song collection, "Queen - Greatest Hits: We Will Rock You Edition," was released on August 17, 2004. It includes "Killer Queen" (#12 in 1975), "We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions" (#4 in 1977), "Under Pressure" (live version), and "Tie Your Mother Down" (live version). VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
43.  Greatest Hits: We Will Rock You Edition [Original recording remastered] [Special Edition]  by Queen
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In 2005, guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor, and vocalist Paul Rodgers (former lead singer of Free and Bad Company), toured as Queen + Paul Rodgers. The 2-CD, 27-song set, "Return Of The Champions," was released on September 13, 2005. It includes their performances of "All Right Now" (Free), "Feel Like Makin' Love" (Bad Company), and the Queen songs "Radio Ga-Ga," "Another One Bites The Dust," "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," and "We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions."
44.  Return Of The Champions  by Queen
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45.  Queen + Paul Rodgers - Return of the Champions [Closed-captioned] [Color] [Dolby] [NTSC]  DVD ~ Brian May
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The 2-CD, 35-track collection, "The Very Best Of Freddie Mercury Solo: Lover Of Life, Singer Of Songs," was released on September 4, 2006. It includes "Mr. Bad Guy," "The Great Pretender," "Barcelona," "Living On My Own" (no more brothers extended mix), and "My Love Is Dangerous." HIGHLY RECOMENDED!
46.  Lover Of Life, Singer Of Songs: The Very Best Of Freddie Mercury Solo (2CD) [Original recording remastered]  by Freddie Mercury
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The 3-disc (2 CDs, 1 DVD) set, "Queen + Paul Rodgers: Live In Ukraine," was recorded on September 12, 2008. It includes their performances of "The Show Must Go On," "I'm In Love With My Car," "C-lebrity," "Cosmos Rockin'," and "God Save The Queen."
47.  2008 Live In Ukraine (W/Dvd) [Live]  by Queen
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The Queen + Paul Rodgers album, "The Cosmos Rocks," was released on October 28, 2008. It peaked at #47 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "Say It's Not True," "Some Things That Glitter," and "Surf's Up...School's Out."
48.  The Cosmos Rocks [Enhanced] [Limited Edition]  by Queen
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The Freddie Mercury and Montserrat Caballé album, "Barcelona: Special Edition," was released on September 3, 2012. On this version of the album, the instrumental tracks were replaced with symphonic orchestration and percussion, rather than synthesizers and drum machines. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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50.  Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender [Blu-ray] [Multiple Formats] [Blu-ray] [NTSC] [Widescreen]  DVD ~ Freddie Mercury
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