Queen Rock Band History
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Queen is a rock band from the United Kingdom that debuted in the late 70's until the 90's. Even now they are still popular, mainly because the songs are the most played songs like "We Are the Champions", "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "We Will Rock You". They were from the beginning to the end has never experienced a change of personnel, with four members John Deacon, Brian May, Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor.
In order to use the Queen bass player bass player John Deacon scraped until Pebruary in 1971, officially became a member to the 4 Queen.Band gigging tirelessly in a small stage for their close friends, until they get a chance to try out a new recording studio called "De Lane Lea". Here the Queen recording demo tapes and signed a contract with Trident in 1972, and the annual cost of £ 60 per week. Queen begin work preparing their first album to be recorded under the supervision of Roy Thomas Baker and John Anthony (staff engineer at Trident Studios)
In 1973, Trident and EMI signed a record deal with the Queen, and in July 1973 they released their first album with the title Queen with style of music that combines elements of hard rock with opera-style vocal harmonies. Albums with this bleak color covers for 17 weeks perched on the album charts reached No. 24. The launch was accompanied by a tour of the UK album, they became the opening band "Mott The Hoople", which started in Town Halls, the city of Leeds on 12 November 1973.
Their second album QUEEN II lifted by Seven Seas of Rhye single and made it into the Top 5 British Albums Charts. But sales outside the UK still struggled and not much different from their first album.
Eventually success came to them as well as the release of their 3rd album SHEER HEART ATTACK. This album ranks 2nd in the UK and through the United States with sales satisfactorily.
Album A NIGHT AT THE OPERA that was released in 1975 got 3 platinum in the United States. One of the songs in it eventually became their masterpiece. Bohemian Rhapsody several times chosen as the best song of all time .. kang salman himself had never tired of rolling over again because it was never tired of listening. it is not wrong to this song on nobatkan as the best song in the world, the only song that can match this is the best track works Jecko (micheal jackson) and the bettle
The group never changing personnel during their active period should finally put an end to their success with the death of Freddie Mercury late 1991. Remaining personnel decided that the Queen will not find a replacement vocalist again, which means that the Queen is over. Although rumors had circulated that they will join again with vocalist Paul Rodgers as a replacement for Freddie, but it seems this rumor has not been proven until now.
Formation last recorded only the name Queen Brian May and Roger Taylor have since John Deacon decided to retire from the music world. Queen several times performing live under the name Queen + Paul Rodgers studio although it had never been off the album so far.
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