Queen's debut album, released by EMI after many others had turned it away, proved to be an important, auspicious and vital record.
The incredible album topped the UK and US charts and would go on to sell an estimated 12 million copies worldwide.
Queen’s 12th album was released in 1986 during a renaissance for progressive rock, so the band were delighted to return to the top of the UK chart with a double platinum-coated bullet.
After battling personal setbacks, Queen soldiered on and regrouped to deliver one of their strongest efforts in the 80s, ‘The Miracle.’
Queen's 10th studio album, ‘Hot Space,’ saw the band experiment with electro-disco and featured Freddie and Bowie's iconic single, 'Under Pressure.'
When the Queen II album came out in 1974, those who heard it were impressed and spiritually uplifted. Queen had arrived in style and Freddie could give up his weekend job and...
Queen’s 11th studio album, ‘The Works,’ was a return to rock album, though they didn’t entirely discard the grooves found on ‘The Game’ and ‘Hot Space.’
Queen's 14th studio album is tinged with sadness as it was the last to be released during Freddie Mercury’s lifetime.
Queen’s operatic and torch flavoured elements once again rose to the fore with A Day At The Races, clearing another hurdle with aplomb. Groucho Marx even sent the group a handwritten note...
Queen set out to match the hyper-reality of the 80s sci-fi cult classic, ‘Flash Gordon,’ and succeeded brilliantly.
A Night At The Opera, as we all now know, is a masterpiece. Everything from its title (borrowed from The Marx Brothers 1935 movie) to the music, the album’s artwork and the...
Queen were aware that topping the anthems on News Of The World would take some doing, so decided on a more eclectic approach. The result was the Jazz album.
Queen's fifteenth studio album, Made In Heaven, came out on 6 November 1995 and was a set of thirteen tracks painstakingly put together from a period spanning 1980 to 1995.
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.
Sheer Heart Attack proved that Queen was far from just any old rock band. This album took the band to a whole new level, helping to propel them from a support band...