This latest episode revisits the writing and recording of the band's seminal - and highly influential - fourth album.
“I have always looked at this as a great opportunity to celebrate Queen’s catalog first and foremost.”
Roger Taylor's boisterous main body of the song was preceded by a glorious acappella section from a different concept of Freddie Mercury's.
Britain’s Royal Mail will commemorate the legendary rock band’s 50th anniversary with 13 postage stamps.
On their first live album, the band’s already famous reputation as one of the world’s greatest rock attractions was finally on record for all to hear.
The track was on the band's fifth studio album 'A Day At The Races,' and became the lead song on 'Queen's First EP.'
Queen's 10th studio album ‘Hot Space’ saw the band experiment with electro-disco and featured Freddie and Bowie's iconic single, 'Under Pressure'.
Queen YouTube Channel will be premiering a special stream the show as part of the ongoing fight with COVID-19, with all donations supporting the World Health Organisation.
The band's return to the UK singles chart with 'I Want It All' came after an absence of more than two and a half years.
The night on which the British quartet became an arena band in their own country.
The new collection features six pairs of soft combed cotton crew socks and four pairs of kid’s crew socks in organic combed cotton.
Queen's Brian May said: "We’re very happy to be able to do our bit to help Australia to fight back against the terrible fires."
The new collection marks the first time that a British band has been celebrated on UK coinage.
Queen's sixth album, ‘News of the World’, was a return to their original 'rootsier' sound. The world was waiting and didn’t we just love the Queen’s Jubilee year of 1977.
The new collection will be issued by Hollywood Records in North America and Mercury Records in the rest of the world.
This evergreen hit was voted as the third best Queen song by readers of Rolling Stone, who noted that "time has also been very kind to it and it's widely seen now...