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Artist: Queen

Title: Queen

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Queen Queen Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1973/2011

Label: Island

Catalog Number: 276 387 9


Freddie Mercury piano, vocals
Brian May guitar, piano, keyboards, vocals
Roger Taylor percussion, drums, vocals
John Deacon bass

2011 Remastered re-issue including a bonus disc of rareties


Disc 1
1.  Keep Yourself Alive  3:47
2.  Doing All Right  4:09
3.  Great King Rat  5:43
4.  My Fairy King  4:08
5.  Liar  6:25
6.  The Night Comes Down  4:23
7.  Modern Times Rock and Roll  1:48
8.  Son and Daughter  3:20
9.  Jesus  3:44
10.  Seven Seas of Rhye  1:15
Total Running Time:  38:42

Disc 2
11.  Keep Yourself Alive De Lane Lea Demo  3:50
12.  The Night Comes Down De Lane Lea Demo  4:22
13.  Great King Rat De Lane Lea Demo  6:07
14.  Jesus De Lane Lea Demo  5:04
15.  Liar De Lane Lea Demo  7:52
16.  Mad the Swine   3:22
Total Running Time:  30:37

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Existing comments about this CD

From: TT Date: December 6, 2001 at 9:15
An awesome debut. Should be in everyone's collection.

From: sinner Date: March 6, 2004 at 6:14
seven seas of rhye & liar , & well, the whole album just rocks, man! Quite obviously, this band was gonna rock the world!!!!

From: muddobber Date: May 30, 2004 at 15:16
definitely the best debut album of all time. The best rock songs of that year(1973), and radio stations were too afraid to play the singles.Freddie was monumental on vocals. The Design of the Classic Queen sound was formed, and , while later expanded and perfected, was still Raw hard-edged and hungry. The song "Great King Rat" is unparallelled. Brian May's Talent alone could have sent any Band into the rock hall of Fame. Combined with the rest of the band, what you have is a strength to all the

From: muddobber Date: May 30, 2004 at 15:17
all the songs, which stands the test of time. "My Fairy King" and "Liar" are truly Freddie's character theme songs, and lyrically the "best of show". However, there are no weak moments on this albumn, and when you listen to the albumn in it's entirity you will be in awe that it was from 1973, and not 2003......Way ahead of their Time, and better than any band "Rolling Stone" ever manufactured into popularity.

From: Rocker76 Date: June 1, 2004 at 13:49
Muddobber said it all and w/ an authoritative eloquence I might add! Queen were pioneers, visionaries, legends, etc. etc. (name your label) and their debut album is indeed a landmark. Not since Zeppelin or Sabbath had such a powerful band introduced themselves...like Rush or Pink Floyd, Queen shook the world w/ their prowess, poetry, and just straight-up musical talent. Without a doubt, one of the best bands to ever record music...

From: Big Papa K Date: June 27, 2004 at 23:11
Excellent debut by one of the best bands ever. Early on they show their great harmonies ("Liar") and the ability to just flat out rock ("Keep Yourself Alive") and throw in good soft songs as well. 7/10

From: Rockhits Date: September 13, 2004 at 10:39
Raw, nasty, uncaring about anything. This is the perfect debut from the perfect band 9-10

From: Xenonmusic Date: October 6, 2010 at 19:54
I always hated Queen and always will...

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