Thursday, February 28, 2008

Queen: DOTM

I can't believe I've never done one of these for this band. Then again, I've never really been a big fan of their work. Well anyway, here it is:

Queen
Released in July 1973 (September 1973 in the U.S.) by EMI/Parlophone (Elektra in the U.S.)
Recorded at Trident Studios and Da Lane Lea Studios
Produced by John Anthony, Roy Thomas Baker and Queen.
Personnel:
Freddie Mercury - vocals, piano, organ, tambourine; Brian May - guitar and backing vocals; Deacon John - bass; Roger Taylor - drums and vocals.
Tracks: 10
Singles from Album:
"Keep Yourself Alive" and "Liar"

Queen II
Released in March 1974 (April 1974 in the U.S.) by EMI/Parlophona (Elektra in the U.S.)
Recorded at Trident Studios.
Produced by Queen, Roy Thomas Baker and Robin Cable.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 11
Singles from Album:
"Seven Seas of Rhye"

Sheer Heart Attack
Released in November 1974 by EMI/Parlophone (Elektra in the U.S.)
Recorded at Trident and Air Studios
Produced by Roy Thomas Baker and Queen.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 13
Singles from Album:
"Killer Queen" and "Now I'm Here"
This album also includes the song "Stone Cold Crazy"

A Night at the Opera
Released in November 1975 by EMI/Parlophone (Elektra in the U.S.)
Recorded at various studios.
Produced by Roy Thomas Baker and Queen.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 12
Singles from Album:
"Bohemian Rhapsody" and "You're My Best Friend"

A Day at the Races
Released in December 1976 by EMI/Parlophone (Elektra in the U.S.)
Recorded at various studios.
Produced by Queen.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 10
Singles from the Album:
"Somebody to Love" "Tie Your Mother Down" "Teo Torriatte" "Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy" and "Long Away"

News of the World
Released in October 1977 by EMI/Parlophone (Elektra in the U.S.)
Recorded at Basing Street, Wessex.
Produced by Queen and Mike Stone.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 11
Singles from the Album:
"We are the Champions/We Will Rock You" "Spread Your Wings" and "It's Late"

Jazz
Released in November 1978 by EMI/Parlophone (Elektra in the U.S.)
Recorded at Mountain Studios, Montreux and Super Bear in Nice.
Produced by Queen and Roy Thomas Baker.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 13
Singles from the Album:
"Bicycle Race/Fat Bottomed Girls" "Don't Stope Me Now" 'Mustapha" and "Jealousy"

The Game
Released in June 1980 by EMI/Parlophone (Elektra in the U.S.)
Recorded at Musicland Studios in Munich.
Produced by Queen and Mack.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 10
Singles from the Album:
"Crazy Little Thing Called Love" "Save Me" "Play the Game" "Another One Bites the Dust" and "Need Your Loving Tonight"

Flash Gordon
Released in December 1980 by EMI/Parlophone (Elektra in the U.S.)
Produced by Brian May and Mack.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 18
Singles from the Album:
"Flash"

Hot Space
Released in May 1982 by EMI/Parlophone (Elektra in the U.S.)
Recorded at Mountain Studios and Musicland Studios.
Produced by Queen and Mack.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 11
Singles from the Album:
"Under Pressure" "Body Language" "Las Palabras de Amor" "Calling All Girls" "Back Chat" and "Staying Power"

The Works
Released in February 1984 by EMI/Parlophone (Capitol Records in the U.S.)
Recorded at the Record Plant in Los Angeles and Musicland Studios.
Produced by Queen and Mack.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 9
Singles from the Album:
"Radio Ga Ga" "I Want to Break Free" "It's a Hard Life" and "Hammer to Fall"

A Kind of Magic
Released in June 1986 by EMI
Recorded at Musicland Studios, Mountain Studios and Townhouse Studios.
Produced by Queen, Mack and David Richards.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 12
Singles from the Album:
"One Vision" "A Kind of Magic" "Princes of the Universe" "Friends Will Be Friends" "Pain is so Close to Pleasure" "Who Wants to Live Forever" and "One Year of Love"

The Miracle
Released in May 1989 by Parlophone (Capitol in the U.S.)
Recorded at Olympic Studios, Townhouse Studios, and Mountain Studios.
Produced by Queen and David Richards.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 10
Singles from the Album:
"I Want It All" "Breakthru" "The Invisible Man" "Scandal" "The Miracle"

Innuendo
Released in February 1991 by Parlophone (Hollywood Records in the U.S.)
Recorded at Metropolis Studios.
Produced at Queen and David Richards.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 12
Singles from the Album:
"Innuendo" "I'm Going Slightly Mad" "Headlong" "The Show Must Go On" and "Bohemian Rhapsody/These Are The Days Of Our Lives"

Made In Heaven
Released in November 1995 by Parlophone (Hollywood Records in the U.S.)
Produced by Queen.
No personnel changes.
Tracks: 13
"Heaven for Everybody" "A Winter's Tale" "Too Much Love Will Kill You" "You Don't Fool Me" "Let Me Live" and "I Was Born to Love You"




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