Freddie Mercury, Vocals
Brian May, Guitar
John Deacon, Bass
Roger Taylor, Drums
An awsome Classic Rock
band, released its first album, Queen, in 1974. Queen didn't make a big splsh until they relased A Night at the Opera, which contained Bohemian Rhapsody
, the best song ever. It rocketed to the top of the charts, and Queen would never be the same again.
Soon afterwards, they released News of the World, which contained "We Will Rock You" and "We Are the Champions", which were both very popular and exellent songs. You've heard em. Even the most remote native Mongolian villager in the Middle of Fucking Nohere knows those songs.
Queen branched out into many different musical genres, but retained their rocking feel throught.
In 1980, they released "Another one Bites The Dust", which you have also heard, so has the Mongolian. It reached #1 in the U.S. and became one of their most well known songs.
As the 80's continued, they released more pop-ish music and many fans deserted them.
Into the 90's, they were still releassing hit songs. Innuendo, released in 91, became another instant hit.
Freddie Mercury, the singer, was bisexual, and due to his lust for big, sweaty, throbbing cock, he contracted AIDS. He tried to keep this secrect from the public, however.
In November, 1991, Freddie announced he had AIDS, 12 hours later he was dead.
May and Taylor continue to perform, but Deacon has effectivley deserted the band. Who needs bassists anyway?
All the members of Queen are very intelligent (cept for Freddie, he's fucking dead) and they all have colledge degrees.
Every band member independantly wrote songs,mostly to keep the band's sound fresh. Each member had a a top 3 hit to his name, Freddie wrote most, but May wrote quite a few.
Freddie: Bohemian Rhapsody, We are the Champions, Seven Seas of Rhye
Brian May: We Will Rock You, You're my Best Friend, Fat Bottomed Girls
John Deacon: Another one Bites the Dust
Roger Taylor: Radio Gaga