Pay Tribute to One of Rock's Greatest Bands Ever with Queen T-Shirts!
Queen is a band that is the UK's best selling band ever, and made an enormous impact on rock radio worldwide with its hits "Bohemian Rhapsody," "We Will Rock You," "We Are the Champions," "Somebody to Love," and "Under Pressure." Singer Freddie Mercury had a voice unmatched to this day in rock music, and had the lively persona to match the epic ballads, the operatic anthems, and the aggressive hard rock-heavy metal influenced songs. On this page, you'll find the best selection of Queen t-shirts available anywhere, along with recommended albums every Queen fan should own, trivia, and more about the band!
The perfect addition to your Queen wardrobe, great for rock fans!
All of their albums -- starting in 1973
The band released 14 original studio albums with Freddie Mercury from 1973-1995, with one final album being released posthumously in 1995. As you can see, the band was very prolific, especially compared to the bands of today that release an album every 3-5 years, or in Guns N' Roses case, every 15 years. Here are the albums released in chronological order:
- Queen (1973)
- Queen II (1974)
- Sheer Heart Attack (1974)
- A Night at the Opera (1975)
- A Day at the Races (1976)
- News of the World (1977)
- Jazz (1978)
- The Game (1980)
- Hot Space (1982)
- The Works (1984)
- A Kind of Magic (1986)
- The Miracle (1989)
- Innuendo (1991)
- Made in Heaven (1995)
Queen Album Covers Poster - Features every single Queen disc ever released!
Every single Queen album on one poster. A tremendous addition to any wall, this would be perfect in dorm rooms, bedrooms, offices, or as a gift!
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Touring Without Freddie Mercury
+ Paul Rodgers and later work
Queen has reunited on several occasions after singer Freddie Mercury's death. The band continued on with Bad Company's Paul Rodgers in the mid to late 2000's for about five years. During this time, John Deacon did not participate in the reunited lineup.
After this touring lineup, members Roger Taylor and Brian May released a statement that they had left EMI records after 40 years with the label. It was also discussed that their time would be spent working on new studio material with "computer work." Whether this means that they are using leftover vocals from Freddie Mercury or not remains to be seen.
Bohemian Rhapsody Video
The song Bohemian Rhapsody experienced a resurgence in 1992 when the movie Wayne's World featured the song in the movie. It reached #1 in the UK, and began a comeback of Queen album sales in the U.S., along with the success of the Wayne's World Soundtrack.
Photo of Brian May and Freddie Mercury by Carl Lender.
The Greatest Hits album by Queen is one of the best selling albums of all time. With over 25 million album sales worldwide, it has sold more than many other well known bands sell in their entire career. This compilation was released in 1981. The follow up Greatest Hits compilation was released in 1991, with the band's hits from the 1981-1991 era included.
The 3rd Greatest Hits compilation contained many of their hits which were largely unpopular in the US, but still massive in the UK. If you like the band, this 3rd volume is also worth listening to, especially since it will be fresh to you if you're only used to their American radio hits.
Features both spectacular albums, with favorites like Killer Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody, I Want to Break Free, Radio Ga Ga, We are the Champions, We Will Rock You, Somebody to Love, and Bicycle Race.
Live Aid and Rock Montreal
The performances of a lifetime -- both in in the 80's
If Queen had a climax in their career, the Live Aid performance and Rock Montreal would be their penultimate performances. Mercury stole the show at 1985's Live Aid, which also featured other acts like Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, U2, Madonna, Paul McCartney, The Cars, and Tom Petty. No other act outshined Queen that day, though.
Transformation of Sound and Look
Queen shifts gears as the 80s begin
When the 80's began, the band, especially Mercury, took on a new look and sound. Starting with "Another One Bites the Dust," they incorporated new sounds, complete with a makeover for singer Mercury. This led to a little disillusionment with American audiences over the years, but things came back full swing in the 90's when Wayne's World was released. Unfortunately, Mercury's passing would happen just around the time that this resurgence took place.
Right: A still shot from the "I Want to Break Free" music video.
Queen Links - Facebook, bios, official links, news, and fan clubs
- Freddie Mercury
Bio on Freddie Mercury on Wikipedia.
- Queen on Facebook
The Facebook fan page for the band, with recent updates and more.
- Queen News and Videos from MTV.com
Stay current on new Queen Music Videos, News, Photos, Ringtones, Tour Dates, Lyrics, and more on MTV.com.
- Official International Queen Fan Club
Official International Queen Fan Club website.
- Queen Online
The official Queen website, with news, promos, and band history.
Somebody to Love - One of Queen's greatest songs
No, it's not a cover of that Grace Slick song, this is the original song by Queen that is actually one of their most listened to songs on YouTube. With hits in the tens of millions, this song really received a resurgence in airplay and popularity thanks to YouTube.
Live at Wembley Stadium - Watch this classic performance!
Queen headlined two nights at Wembley Stadium, in addition to the famous Live Aid performance, selling out to hundreds of thousands of concert attendees. This classic performance was immortalized forever in this DVD. It's a must see for true fans of the band!
Watch Live Aid and Montreal Live - Available on Blu-Ray
Two classic performances combined together to make an incredible Blu-Ray disc, these two performances are legendary to say the least.