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Post by MadeInHeaven on Fri Jan 02, 2015 4:25 pm



Otherwise Known As: Smile

Years Active: 1968-present

Primary Lineup:

  • Freddie Mercury: vocals/piano (1970-1991)
  • Brian May: lead guitar/vocals (1968-present)
  • John Deacon: bass guitar (1971-1997)
  • Roger Taylor: drums/vocals (1968-present)

Additional Members:

  • Paul Rodgers: vocals (2004-2009)
  • Adam Lambert: vocals (2011-present)

Studio Albums Released:

  • Queen (released 7/13/1973)
  • Queen II (released 3/8/1974)
  • Sheer Heart Attack (released 11/8/1974)
  • A Night at the Opera (released 11/21/1975)
  • A Day at the Races (released 12/10/1976)
  • News of the World (released 10/28/1977)
  • Jazz (released 11/10/1978)
  • The Game (released 6/30/1980)
  • Flash Gordon (released 12/8/1980)
  • Hot Space (released 5/21/1982)
  • The Works (released 2/27/1984)
  • A Kind of Magic (released 6/2/1986)
  • The Miracle (released 5/22/1989)
  • Innuendo (released 2/4/1991)
  • Made in Heaven (released 11/6/1995)
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Re: Queen

Post by Molandfreak on Sat Apr 16, 2016 6:06 pm

Am I the only one who thinks they are severely underrated? I mean, I get that people might not like Freddie's tone, but their compositional power and understanding of harmonies was basically unmatched at the time. I think they should be held to the same level as many 19th century composers.

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Re: Queen

Post by MadeInHeaven on Sat Apr 16, 2016 6:12 pm

Molandfreak wrote:Am I the only one who thinks they are severely underrated? I mean, I get that people might not like Freddie's tone, but their compositional power and understanding of harmonies was basically unmatched at the time. I think they should be held to the same level as many 19th century composers.

I don't think they're quite that innovative from a composing standpoint, but I do think they deserve a lot of appreciation for how they were able to produce that type of an effect with their voices in the recording studio. "Bohemian Rhapsody" is absolutely one of the greatest pieces of music of the 20th century, though, regardless of genre. The modulations, the harmonic intricacies, the melody; it stands well against pretty much everything released in the past 100 years or so.
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