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Queen is a british rock band who have been recognized as pioneers of arena rock, hard rock, glam rock, heavy metal, and progressive rock.

MEMBERS
John Deacon: Wrote "Another One Bytes The Dust" the single greatist bassline in music history. And Many Other Songs.

Brian May: One of the most unique guitarists in all of music. A top five guitarist.

Freddie Mercury:
The single greatist mail vocalist of all time.
(bisexual not homosexual) He was known for having many girlfriends and boyfriends.
He is world's first indian origin rock star.
He was the only star in Kurt Cobain suicide note.
A species of East African isopod, Cirolana mercuryi N. Bruce, was named after Freddie in 2004.

Rodger Taylor: A very solid drummer.

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SINGLES
"Keep Yourself Alive/Son And Daughter" (1973) - didn't chart UK, #89 US (Cashbox)

"Seven Seas of Rhye/See What A Fool I've Been" (1974) #10 UK

"Killer Queen/Flick Of The Wrist" (1974) #2 UK (silver), #12 US

"Now I'm Here/Lily Of The Valley" (1975) #11 UK

"Bohemian Rhapsody/I'm In Love With My Car" (1975) #1 UK (3x platinum), #9 US (gold)

"You're My Best Friend/'39" (1976) #7 UK, #16 US

"Somebody to Love/White Man" (1976) #2 UK, #13 US

"Tie Your Mother Down/You And I" (1977) #31 UK, #49 US

"Long Away/You and I" (1977)

"Queen's First EP: Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy/Death On Two Legs/Tenement Funster/White Queen" (1977) #17 UK

"We Are the Champions/We Will Rock You" (1977) #2 UK (gold), #4 US (2x platinum)

"Spread Your Wings/Sheer Heart Attack" (1978) #34 UK

"It's Late/Sheer Heart Attack" (1978) #72 US

"Bicycle Race/Fat Bottomed Girls" (1978) #11 UK (gold), #24 US

"Don't Stop Me Now/In Only Seven Days" (1979) #9 UK (gold), #86 US

"Jealousy/Fun It" (1979)

"Love Of My Life (live)/Now I'm Here (live)" (1979) #63 UK

"We Will Rock You (live)/Let Me Entertain You (live)" (1979)

"Crazy Little Thing Called Love/We Will Rock You (live)" (1979) #2 UK (gold), #1 US (platinum)

"Save Me/Let Me Entertain You (live)" (1980) #11 UK

"Play The Game/A Human Body" (1980) #14 UK, #42 US

"Another One Bites The Dust/Dragon Attack" (1980) #7 UK, #1 US (sold over 4,5 million copies, 4x platinum)

"Need Your Loving Tonight/Rock It" (1980) #44 US

"Flash/Football Fight" (1980) #10 UK, #42 US, #1 Austria

"Under Pressure (with David Bowie)/Soul Brother" (1981) #1 UK (silver), #29 US

"Body Language/Life is Real" (1982) #25 UK, #11 US

"Las Palabras De Amor/Cool Cat" (1982) #17 UK

"Calling All Girls/Put Out the Fire" (1982) #60 US

"Back Chat/Staying Power" (1982) #40 UK

"Radio Ga Ga/I Go Crazy" (1984) #2 UK (silver), #16 US

"I Want To Break Free/Machines (or Back to Humans)" (1984) #3 UK (silver), #45 US, #1 Austria

"It's A Hard Life/Is This The World We Created?" (1984) #6 UK, #72 US

"Hammer To Fall/Tear It Up" (1984) #13 UK

"Thank God It's Christmas/Man on the Prowl/Keep Passing the Open Windows" (1984) #21 UK

"One Vision/Blurred Vision" (1985) #7 UK, #61 US

"Princes of the Universe/A Dozen Red Roses For My Darling"

"A Kind Of Magic/A Dozen Red Roses For My Darling (Europe)/Gimme the Prize (US)" (1986) #3 UK, #42 US

"Friends Will Be Friends/Seven Seas of Rhye (1986) #14 UK

"Who Wants To Live Forever/Killer Queen" (1986) #24 UK

"Pain Is So Close To Pleasure/Don't Lose Your Head" (1986)

"I Want It All/Hang on In There" (1989) #3 UK (silver), #50 US, #3 US Rock Chart

"Breakthru/Stealin'" (1989) #7 UK

"The Invisible Man/Hijack My Heart" (1989) #12 UK

"Scandal/My Life Has Been Saved" (1989) #25 UK

"The Miracle/Stone Cold Crazy (live)" (1989) #21 UK

"Innuendo/Bijou" (1991) #1 UK (gold)

"I'm Going Slightly Mad/The Hitman" (1991) #22 UK

"Headlong/All God's People" (1991) #14 UK

"The Show Must Go On/Keep Yourself Alive" (1991) #16 UK

"Bohemian Rhapsody"/"These Are The Days Of Our Lives" (1991) #1 UK

"The Show Must Go On"/"Bohemian Rhapsody" (1992) #2 US (platinum)

"Five Live" (EP) (with George Michael and Lisa Stansfield, 1993) #1 UK

"Heaven For Everyone/It's A Beautiful Day" (1995) #2 UK (silver)

"A Winter's Tale/Thank God It's Christmas/Rock In Rio Blues" (1995) #6 UK

"Too Much Love Will Kill You/We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions" (1996) #15 UK

"Let Me Live/Bicycle Race/Fat Bottomed Girls" (1996) #9 UK

"You Don't Fool Me - The Remixes" (1996) #17 UK

"No-One But You (Only The Good Die Young)" (1998) #13 UK

"Another One Bites The Dust" (with Wyclef Jean featuring Pras and Free, 1998) #5 UK

"Under Pressure (Rah Mix)" (with David Bowie, 1999) #14 UK

"We Will Rock You" (with 5ive, 2000) #1 UK

"Flash" (with Vanguard, 2003) #15 UK

"Reaching Out (live) / Tie Your Mother Down (live) / Fat Bottomed Girls (live)" (Queen + Paul Rodgers, 2005)

The band have had a total of six #1 songs in the UK and two in the US.

STUDIO ALBUMS
Queen (1973) #24 UK (gold), #83 US (gold), #52 Japan

Queen II (1974) #5 UK (gold), #49 US (gold)

Sheer Heart Attack (1974) #2 UK (platinum), #11 US (gold), #23 Japan

A Night at the Opera (1975) #1 UK (platinum), #4 US (3x platinum), #9 Japan, #1 Netherlands

A Day at the Races (1976) #1 UK (platinum), #5 US (platinum), #1 Japan, #1 Netherlands

News of the World (1977) #4 UK (platinum), #3 US (4x platinum), #3 Japan, #1 Netherlands

Jazz (1978) #2 UK (gold), #6 US (platinum), #5 Japan

The Game (1980) #1 UK (gold), #1 US (4x platinum), #5 Japan

Flash Gordon (1980) #10 UK (gold), #23 US, #12 Japan, #1 Austria

Hot Space (1982) #4 UK (gold), #22 US (gold), #6 Japan, #1 Austria

The Works (1984) #2 UK (platinum), #23 US (gold), #7 Japan, #1 Netherlands

A Kind of Magic (1986) #1 UK (2x platinum), #46 US (gold in 2005), #25 Japan

The Miracle (1989) #1 UK (platinum), #24 US (gold), #20 Japan, #1 Austria, #1 Germany, #1 Netherlands, #1 Switzerland

Innuendo (1991) #1 UK (platinum), #30 US (gold), #13 Japan, #1 Germany, #1 Netherlands, #1 Switzerland

Made in Heaven (1995) #1 UK (4x platinum), #58 US (gold), #10 Japan, #1 Austria, #1 Germany, #1 Italy, #1 Netherlands, #1 Spain, #1 Switzerland. Sold in excess of 10 million by 1997.

The band have had 11 of their 15 albums at number 1 in various countries.

LIVE ALBUMS
Live Killers (1979) #3 UK, #16 US (2x platinum), #9 Japan

Live Magic (1986) #3 UK (platinum), #49 Japan

Live at Wembley '86 (1992) #2 UK (gold) #53 US (platinum), #80 Japan

Queen on Fire - Live at the Bowl (2004) #20 UK (gold), #85 Japan

Queen + Paul Rodgers: Return of the Champions (2005) #12 UK (silver), #14 Japan

COMPILATIONS
Greatest Hits (EMI, Elektra: 1981; Hollywood Records: 1992 (US reissue); Parlophone: 1994) #1 UK (13x platinum), #14 US (7x platinum), #9 Japan, #1 Austria, #1 Netherlands. Sales to date in excess of 26 million copies worldwide (incl. the 1992 re-release).

The Best Of Queen (1980) (A variation of Queen's "Greatest Hits" from Poland and Korea)

The Complete Works (1985) - all albums from 1973-1985 plus bonus material

Queen at the Beeb (1989) #67 UK; Queen at the BBC (US/Hollywood: 1995)

Greatest Hits II (1991) #1 in UK (8x platinum), Argentina (Diamond award), Austria, Brazil, Denmark, Germany (4x platinum), Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Switzerland, #80 Japan; sales to date in excess of 15 million copies worldwide

Classic Queen (US and Canada only: 1992) #4 US (3x platinum), Canada (5x platinum)

Greatest Hits I & II - Two CD Set (1994) #37 UK

Queen Rocks (1997) #7 UK, #10 Japan

The Crown Jewels (1998)

Greatest Hits III (1999) #5 UK, #25 Japan, #2 Austria, #4 Switzerland

The Platinum Collection: Greatest Hits I, II & III - Three CD Set (2000) #2 UK (3x platinum), #48 US (gold). Sales in excess of 3 million albums (9 million single units) within Europe.

Greatest Hits: We Will Rock You Edition (US only: 2004) #42 US

Jewels (Japan only: January 28, 2004) #1 Japan sales in excess of 1.8 million

Jewels II (Japan only: January 26, 2005) #9 Japan

TRIBUTE ALBUMS
Dragon Attack - A Tribute to Queen (1997)

Tributo A Queen: Los Grandes del Rock en Español (1997) - in Spanish

Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen (August 9, 2005)

Dynamite With A Laserbeam: Queen As Heard Through The Meat Grinder Of Three One G. (2005)
Queen is a british rock band who have been recognized as pioneers of arena rock, hard rock, glam rock, heavy metal, and progressive rock.
by MICHAEL MICHAEL April 04, 2006
Queen { http : // en . wikipedia . org / wiki / Queen_(band)}
---- Have been recognized as pioneers of arena rock, hard rock, glam rock, heavy metal, and progressive rock. Their work likewise stands out as unique among other bands of their time for their noticable influences on musical genres outside of rock, such as cabaret, barbershop, and opera.
---- "Bohemian Rhapsody" is credited with jump-starting the video era.
---- Have sold over 400 million albums.
---- Thay have been on the UK charts more then the beatles.
-------- Queen (1,322 Weeks)
-------- The Beatles (1,293 Weeks)
---- Bands that cite Queen as an influence include
-------- Judas Priest
-------- Def Leppard
-------- Iron Maiden
-------- Mötley Crüe
-------- Steve Vai
-------- George Michael
-------- Metallica
-------- The Flaming Lips
-------- Ween
-------- Guns N' Roses
-------- Chris Cornell
-------- Trent Reznor
-------- Extreme
-------- Dream Theater
-------- Nirvana
-------- Jellyfish
-------- The Smashing Pumpkins
-------- Green Day
-------- Robbie Williams
-------- Ben Folds Five
-------- Foo Fighters
-------- Joan Osborne
-------- Muse
-------- The Darkness
-------- Franz Ferdinand
-------- Jetliner
-------- among others.

-John Deacon { http : // en . wikipedia . org / wiki / John_Deacon }
---- Wife Veronica
---- Daughters - 1
---- Sons - 5

- Brian May (Dr.Brian May CBE) {http : // en . wikipedia . org / wiki / Brian_May}
---- Was not sexually promiscuous, doesn't smoke and rarely drinks alcohol. When he does drink, his favorite beer is Guinness, and his favorite liquor is Baileys.
---- Performed his famous God Save The Queen solo from the roof of Buckingham Palace.
---- Many guitarists have tried to emulate his sound but have failed.

- Freddie Mercury (Farrokh Bulsara) {http : // en . wikipedia . org / wiki / Freddie_Mercury}
---- He could hit almost any note and hold 4 octaves (no other male vocalist can do that).
---- bisexual not homosexual
---- Known for having many girlfriends and boyfriends
---- In 2004, Mercury was ranked #18 in a Forbes magazine list of the highest earning dead celebrities
---- A Royal Mail stamp called The Millennium Stamp commemorated the life of Freddie Mercury.
---- A housewife named Mary Howes claims that she can communicate with the spirit of Freddie Mercury. She wrote a book about this called "The Mister Mercury".
---- Two of Mercury's compositions, "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "We Are the Champions" have each been claimed, in separate polls, as the world's favourite song. Most recently, an Ericsson poll of 600,000 people in 66 different countries found "We Are the Champions" to be the world's most popular tune. This contradicts another major poll by Guinness World, which had previously found "Bohemian Rhapsody" to be the world's most popular song from the past 50 years.
---- Died of pneumonia.

- Roger Taylor (Roger Meddows-Taylor) {http : // en . wikipedia . org / wiki / Roger_Meddows-Taylor}
---- Roger, along with Freddie, was one of the party animals of the group. A heavy smoker until mid 80s, he has been known for his love for fast cars, drinks, and women. Throughout Queen's career he earned a reputation as a ladies' man.
---- Favorite movie is 2001: A Space Odyssey
---- Favorite drink is vodka.
---- Whenever he played live, Roger would always drink two shots of Scotch before going on stage, "no more, no less".
Queen have been recognized as pioneers of arena rock, hard rock, glam rock, heavy metal, and progressive rock. Their work likewise stands out as unique among other bands of their time for their noticable influences on musical genres outside of rock, such as cabaret, barbershop, and opera.
by MICHAEL MICHAEL April 05, 2006
Queen is a british rock band who have been recognized as pioneers of arena rock, hard rock, glam rock, heavy metal, and progressive rock.

-MEMBERS
--John Deacon: Wrote "Another One Bytes The Dust" the single greatist bassline in music history. And Many Other Songs.

--Brian May: One of the most unique guitarists in all of music. A top five guitarist.

--Freddie Mercury:
---The single greatist male vocalist in music history.
---(bisexual not homosexual) He was known for having many girlfriends and boyfriends.
---He is world's first indian origin rock star.
---He was the only star in Kurt Cobain suicide note.
---A species of East African isopod, Cirolana mercuryi N. Bruce, was named after Freddie in 2004.

--Rodger Taylor: A very solid drummer.

-SINGLES
--"Keep Yourself Alive/Son And Daughter" (1973) - didn't chart UK, #89 US (Cashbox)

--"Seven Seas of Rhye/See What A Fool I've Been" (1974) #10 UK

--"Killer Queen/Flick Of The Wrist" (1974) #2 UK (silver), #12 US

--"Now I'm Here/Lily Of The Valley" (1975) #11 UK

--"Bohemian Rhapsody/I'm In Love With My Car" (1975) #1 UK (3x platinum), #9 US (gold)

--"You're My Best Friend/'39" (1976) #7 UK, #16 US

--"Somebody to Love/White Man" (1976) #2 UK, #13 US

--"Tie Your Mother Down/You And I" (1977) #31 UK, #49 US

--"Long Away/You and I" (1977)

--"Queen's First EP: Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy/Death On Two Legs/Tenement Funster/White Queen" (1977) #17 UK

--"We Are the Champions/We Will Rock You" (1977) #2 UK (gold), #4 US (2x platinum)

--"Spread Your Wings/Sheer Heart Attack" (1978) #34 UK

--"It's Late/Sheer Heart Attack" (1978) #72 US

--"Bicycle Race/Fat Bottomed Girls" (1978) #11 UK (gold), #24 US

--"Don't Stop Me Now/In Only Seven Days" (1979) #9 UK (gold), #86 US

--"Jealousy/Fun It" (1979)

--"Love Of My Life (live)/Now I'm Here (live)" (1979) #63 UK

--"We Will Rock You (live)/Let Me Entertain You (live)" (1979)

--"Crazy Little Thing Called Love/We Will Rock You (live)" (1979) #2 UK (gold), #1 US (platinum)

--"Save Me/Let Me Entertain You (live)" (1980) #11 UK

--"Play The Game/A Human Body" (1980) #14 UK, #42 US

--"Another One Bites The Dust/Dragon Attack" (1980) #7 UK, #1 US (sold over 4,5 million copies, 4x platinum)

--"Need Your Loving Tonight/Rock It" (1980) #44 US

--"Flash/Football Fight" (1980) #10 UK, #42 US, #1 Austria

--"Under Pressure (with David Bowie)/Soul Brother" (1981) #1 UK (silver), #29 US

--"Body Language/Life is Real" (1982) #25 UK, #11 US

--"Las Palabras De Amor/Cool Cat" (1982) #17 UK

--"Calling All Girls/Put Out the Fire" (1982) #60 US

--"Back Chat/Staying Power" (1982) #40 UK

--"Radio Ga Ga/I Go Crazy" (1984) #2 UK (silver), #16 US

--"I Want To Break Free/Machines (or Back to Humans)" (1984) #3 UK (silver), #45 US, #1 Austria

--"It's A Hard Life/Is This The World We Created?" (1984) #6 UK, #72 US

--"Hammer To Fall/Tear It Up" (1984) #13 UK

--"Thank God It's Christmas/Man on the Prowl/Keep Passing the Open Windows" (1984) #21 UK

--"One Vision/Blurred Vision" (1985) #7 UK, #61 US

--"Princes of the Universe/A Dozen Red Roses For My Darling"

--"A Kind Of Magic/A Dozen Red Roses For My Darling (Europe)/Gimme the Prize (US)" (1986) #3 UK, #42 US

--"Friends Will Be Friends/Seven Seas of Rhye (1986) #14 UK

--"Who Wants To Live Forever/Killer Queen" (1986) #24 UK

--"Pain Is So Close To Pleasure/Don't Lose Your Head" (1986)

--"I Want It All/Hang on In There" (1989) #3 UK (silver), #50 US, #3 US Rock Chart

--"Breakthru/Stealin'" (1989) #7 UK

--"The Invisible Man/Hijack My Heart" (1989) #12 UK

--"Scandal/My Life Has Been Saved" (1989) #25 UK

--"The Miracle/Stone Cold Crazy (live)" (1989) #21 UK

--"Innuendo/Bijou" (1991) #1 UK (gold)

--"I'm Going Slightly Mad/The Hitman" (1991) #22 UK

--"Headlong/All God's People" (1991) #14 UK

--"The Show Must Go On/Keep Yourself Alive" (1991) #16 UK

--"Bohemian Rhapsody"/"These Are The Days Of Our Lives" (1991) #1 UK

--"The Show Must Go On"/"Bohemian Rhapsody" (1992) #2 US (platinum)

--"Five Live" (EP) (with George Michael and Lisa Stansfield, 1993) #1 UK

--"Heaven For Everyone/It's A Beautiful Day" (1995) #2 UK (silver)

--"A Winter's Tale/Thank God It's Christmas/Rock In Rio Blues" (1995) #6 UK

--"Too Much Love Will Kill You/We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions" (1996) #15 UK

--"Let Me Live/Bicycle Race/Fat Bottomed Girls" (1996) #9 UK

--"You Don't Fool Me - The Remixes" (1996) #17 UK

--"No-One But You (Only The Good Die Young)" (1998) #13 UK

--"Another One Bites The Dust" (with Wyclef Jean featuring Pras and Free, 1998) #5 UK

--"Under Pressure (Rah Mix)" (with David Bowie, 1999) #14 UK

--"We Will Rock You" (with 5ive, 2000) #1 UK

--"Flash" (with Vanguard, 2003) #15 UK

--"Reaching Out (live) / Tie Your Mother Down (live) / Fat Bottomed Girls (live)" (Queen + Paul Rodgers, 2005)

The band have had a total of six #1 songs in the UK and two in the US.

-STUDIO ALBUMS
--Queen (1973) #24 UK (gold), #83 US (gold), #52 Japan

--Queen II (1974) #5 UK (gold), #49 US (gold)

--Sheer Heart Attack (1974) #2 UK (platinum), #11 US (gold), #23 Japan

--A Night at the Opera (1975) #1 UK (platinum), #4 US (3x platinum), #9 Japan, #1 Netherlands

--A Day at the Races (1976) #1 UK (platinum), #5 US (platinum), #1 Japan, #1 Netherlands

--News of the World (1977) #4 UK (platinum), #3 US (4x platinum), #3 Japan, #1 Netherlands

--Jazz (1978) #2 UK (gold), #6 US (platinum), #5 Japan

--The Game (1980) #1 UK (gold), #1 US (4x platinum), #5 Japan

--Flash Gordon (1980) #10 UK (gold), #23 US, #12 Japan, #1 Austria

--Hot Space (1982) #4 UK (gold), #22 US (gold), #6 Japan, #1 Austria

--The Works (1984) #2 UK (platinum), #23 US (gold), #7 Japan, #1 Netherlands

--A Kind of Magic (1986) #1 UK (2x platinum), #46 US (gold in 2005), #25 Japan

--The Miracle (1989) #1 UK (platinum), #24 US (gold), #20 Japan, #1 Austria, #1 Germany, #1 Netherlands, #1 Switzerland

--Innuendo (1991) #1 UK (platinum), #30 US (gold), #13 Japan, #1 Germany, #1 Netherlands, #1 Switzerland

--Made in Heaven (1995) #1 UK (4x platinum), #58 US (gold), #10 Japan, #1 Austria, #1 Germany, #1 Italy, #1 Netherlands, #1 Spain, #1 Switzerland. Sold in excess of 10 million by 1997.

The band have had 11 of their 15 albums at number 1 in various countries.

-LIVE ALBUMS
--Live Killers (1979) #3 UK, #16 US (2x platinum), #9 Japan

--Live Magic (1986) #3 UK (platinum), #49 Japan

--Live at Wembley '86 (1992) #2 UK (gold) #53 US (platinum), #80 Japan

--Queen on Fire - Live at the Bowl (2004) #20 UK (gold), #85 Japan

--Queen + Paul Rodgers: Return of the Champions (2005) #12 UK (silver), #14 Japan

-COMPILATIONS
--Greatest Hits (EMI, Elektra: 1981; Hollywood Records: 1992 (US reissue); Parlophone: 1994) #1 UK (13x platinum), #14 US (7x platinum), #9 Japan, #1 Austria, #1 Netherlands. Sales to date in excess of 26 million copies worldwide (incl. the 1992 re-release).

--The Best Of Queen (1980) (A variation of Queen's "Greatest Hits" from Poland and Korea)

--The Complete Works (1985) - all albums from 1973-1985 plus bonus material

--Queen at the Beeb (1989) #67 UK; Queen at the BBC (US/Hollywood: 1995)

--Greatest Hits II (1991) #1 in UK (8x platinum), Argentina (Diamond award), Austria, Brazil, Denmark, Germany (4x platinum), Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Switzerland, #80 Japan; sales to date in excess of 15 million copies worldwide

--Classic Queen (US and Canada only: 1992) #4 US (3x platinum), Canada (5x platinum)

--Greatest Hits I & II - Two CD Set (1994) #37 UK

--Queen Rocks (1997) #7 UK, #10 Japan

--The Crown Jewels (1998)

--Greatest Hits III (1999) #5 UK, #25 Japan, #2 Austria, #4 Switzerland

--The Platinum Collection: Greatest Hits I, II & III - Three CD Set (2000) #2 UK (3x platinum), #48 US (gold). Sales in excess of 3 million albums (9 million single units) within Europe.

--Greatest Hits: We Will Rock You Edition (US only: 2004) #42 US

--Jewels (Japan only: January 28, 2004) #1 Japan sales in excess of 1.8 million

--Jewels II (Japan only: January 26, 2005) #9 Japan

-TRIBUTE ALBUMS
--Dragon Attack - A Tribute to Queen (1997)

--Tributo A Queen: Los Grandes del Rock en Español (1997) - in Spanish

--Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen (August 9, 2005)

--Dynamite With A Laserbeam: Queen As Heard Through The Meat Grinder Of Three One G. (2005)
Queen is a british rock band who have been recognized as pioneers of arena rock, hard rock, glam rock, heavy metal, and progressive rock.
by MICHAEL MICHAEL April 04, 2006
Brian May of Queen performed his famous God Save The Queen guitar solo from the roof of Buckingham Palace.
Brian May of Queen performed his famous God Save The Queen guitar solo from the roof of Buckingham Palace.
by MICHAEL MICHAEL April 05, 2006
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