5 Essential Queen Songs

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5 Essential Queen Songs

Nadia Norton and Jewell Cooper

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Bohemian Rhapsody was recently released in theatres on November 2. The movie has rocketed in sales making $225 million as of right now when the budget for the movie was only $55 million. Director, Bryan Singer, portrays the old school band Queen and how their lives turned upside down. This movie shows the life experince throughout all the band members and the people close to them.


The most known song since the movie release is Bohemian Rhapsody.

The song “Somebody to Love” by Queen also appears in the movie “Ella Enchanted” and many more.

The song “Killer Queen” was released in 1974 in time to celebrate the band’s 40th Anniversary.

Six years later “Another One Bites the Dust” was released in 1980. After release the song went on the charts for 18 weeks peaking at number 2.

The song “Fat Bottom Girls” was released in 1978 as part of a double sided track with “Bicycle Race”

Last but not least “We are the Champions” was released in 1977. This song in considered a Ballad-Rock piece. This represents the battle in order to get to the victory alongside the feeling of victory.

The band Queen was an iconic and risk taking group. They didn’t even consider themselves a band they only considered themselves as Queen. This meaning they were separated from other groups due to their unique passions in music.

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