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Artist: Queen

Title: Queen II

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Queen Queen II Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1974/2011

Label: Island

Catalog Number: 276 425 0


Freddie Mercury piano, harpsichord, vocals
Brian May guitar, piano, vocals
Roger Taylor percussion, vocals
John Deacon acoustic guitar, bass

2011 Remastered re-issue including a bonus disc of rareties


Disc 1
1.  Procession  1:12
2.  Father to Son  6:12
3.  White Queen (As It Began)  4:33
4.  Some Day One Day  4:21
5.  The Loser in the End  4:01
6.  Ogre Battle  4:08
7.  Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke  2:39
8.  Nevermore  1:17
9.  The March of the Black Queen  6:03
10.  Funny How Love Is  3:14
11.  Seven Seas of Rhye  2:48
Total Running Time:  40:28

Disc 2
12.  See What a Fool I've Been BBC Session 1973 2011 Remix   4:22
13.  White Queen (As It Began) live at Hammersmith Odeon 1975  5:32
14.  Seven Seas of Rhye instrumental mix  3:09
15.  Nevermore BBC Session, 1974  1:27
16.  See What a Fool I've Been B-side version   4:31
Total Running Time:  19:01

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Existing comments about this CD

From: TT Date: December 6, 2001 at 9:16
You can't deny this Queen. Starting to branch out a bit, but just as good as the first.

From: b casarin MEX Date: November 18, 2002 at 22:16
what a great disc!!! 100/100

From: Tony Date: February 4, 2003 at 1:40
Weird album for me personally. This is such a critics favorite and while very good it just comes across to me, and it did also when I was younger, as just being a little to much "Hobbity" and "kings & dragons" like in the lyrics and music and imagery. Some top rate melodies throughout though and gave the first indication these guys weren't just your run-of-the-mill rock band and had something HUGELY unique to offer. If you're first checking these guys out though I wouldn't start with this one.

From: Adam Blackheart Date: December 7, 2003 at 12:39
For Me... absolutely the best Queen album ever. QUEEN II contains everything :Great ballads like " White Queen (as it began)", pre - heavy metal songs "Ogre Battle", "March Of The Black Queen" (it sounds like Black Sabbath...a little), sweet glamy songs like "Funny How Love Is" and "Seven Seas Of Rhye" first big hit of young Queen. I love this majestic magic album and I think you'll love it too.

From: Big Papa K Date: June 27, 2004 at 23:13
I agree with the above poster, I feel this is Queen's strongest album. I just love the mood of some of these songs like "Father To Son" and "White Queen". The second half is almost all tied together as one song and it is excellent, especially "March Of The Black Queen". Then they end it with the excellent single "Seven Seas Of Rhye". 10/10

From: JOHN Date: January 9, 2005 at 10:16
B-side is out of this world!get this album as soon as possible!

From: swriter Date: November 19, 2005 at 17:18
wow, what a great masterpiece, this is not your typical Queen, this is kind of a concept album and all types of music are represented, this is the most proggy the band ever got. Procession starts off and you know this will be different, then kicks in with Father, what a great tune, White Queen is sad and beautiful, Ogre Battle!!!!! man, what a tune into Fairy, March is almost metal at times, just fantastic, well, this whole side two is amazing and it is a suite of tunes. my fav Queen.

From: Nick C Date: November 19, 2005 at 17:34
Gotta agree with Swriter ... what a good review he has given of this release, the band dipped a little after this with Sheer Heart Attack ..but then came the classics Night at the Opera...and Day at the Races the truly last great Queen album. But anyway back to this....Ogre Battle is possibly one of the best Queen songs ever...actually I'm wasting my time Swriter has said it all above!!

From: DanDare Date: September 24, 2008 at 18:31
Their best... period. Every song is a cracker. It's the sound of a band with nothing to lose and all to gain. They may have even thought it was thier last chance. Nonetheless they produced a blinder. 98/100.

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