Queen is a British rock band founded in 1970 in London by guitarist Brian May, singer Freddie Mercury and drummer Roger Taylor, completed by bassist John Deacon in 1971. With dozens of hits in the 70, 80 and 90, Queen is one of the most successful pop groups in the history.
Queens breakthrough began in 1974 with the singles "Killer Queen" and "Now I'm Here" from the album Sheer Heart Attack and years later with the album A Night at the Opera with the No. 1 hit "Bohemian Rhapsody." Queen has a total of fifteen studio albums, seven live albums, two EPs, ten dvds, several compilation albums and dozens of singles. Also, all the band members solo projects undertaken. Estimated that the band has sold over 300 million albums worldwide,making her one of the world's most successful bands.
After Mercury's death in 1991, John Deacon himself, after a few gigs, withdrew from public life. May and Taylor have continued to work together. From 2005 to 2008 they did this with the British singer Paul Rodgers. Under the name Queen + Paul Rodgers is a new studio album recorded and kept his two tours. In addition, a new album in 2014: queen forever. This album contains previously unreleased songs, including a duet between Queen singer Freddie Mercury in 2009 and deceased American singer Michael Jackson. The album consists mainly of new versions of previously released songs.
Queen II (1974)
Sheer Heart Attack (1974)
A Night at the Opera (1975)
A Day at the Races (1976)
News of the World (1977)
The Game (1980)
Flash Gordon (1980)
Hot Space (1982)
The Works (1984)
A Kind of Magic (1986)
The Miracle (1989)
Made in Heaven (1995)
Queen on Fire - Live at the Bowl (2004)
Return of the Champions (with Paul Rodgers; 2005)
Queen Rock Montreal (2007)
The Cosmos Rocks (with Paul Rodgers; 2008)
Live in Ukraine (Mwith Paul Rodgers; 2009)