Queen (rock band)

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Queen is the name of a rock band formed in 1970 in London, United Kingdom. At the height of their career Queen were composed of Freddie Mercury (vocals, piano, occasional guitar), Brian May (guitar), Roger Taylor (drums) and John Deacon (bass guitar). The band enjoyed the height of their success in the 1980s, with their most famous songs being 'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'Radio Ga Ga' and 'We Will Rock You'. Mercury died in 1991, however the band went on to create a fifteenth album, named Made in Heaven, using vocals which Mercury had recorded throughout 1991, combined with some singing by the rest of the band.

Studio Albums

1973: Queen

1974: Queen II

1974: Sheer Heart Attack

1975: A Night at the Opera

1976: A Day at the Races

1977: News of the World

1978: Jazz

1980: The Game

1980: Flash Gordon

1982: Hot Space

1984: The Works

1986: A Kind of Magic

1989: The Miracle

1991: Innuendo

1995: Made in Heaven