Queen was a highly acclaimed UK-based heavy metal band led by Freddy Mercury (born Farrokh Bulsara, September 5, 1946 - November 24, 1991). Best known songs include "Killer Queen" (1975), the eclectic, avant-garde "Bohemian Rhapsody" (1976), the sports anthem "We Are The Champions" (1978), "We Will Rock You" (1992, a.k.a. the Boom Boom Clap Song), and "Somebody To Love" (1993, with George Michael). Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, 2001. In the mid 1980s, Mercury recorded several songs solo (under the names Freddie Mercury and Larry Lurex) that became minor hits including "Love Kills" (1984).
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- Killer Queen 1975
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