List of All Queen Songs from 1973 to 2018 (Albums, Singles, EPs and More)

Four chaps from London, England changes the course of music history when they decided to form a ragtag Rock band named ‘Queen’ in the 1970s. Since then, Queen has been a familiar name among any music fanatic, which is an accurate indication of the band’s timeless influence on music. Queen, lead by lead vocalist Freddie Mercury, went on to become one of the highest selling acts of all time in the UK.

Lead guitarist Brian May and lead drummer Roger Taylor formed a group named ‘Smile’ which was later converted to ‘Queen’ with the income of Farrokh Bulsara (birth name of Freddie Mercury) in 1970. Queen was joined by bass guitarist John Deacon in 1973 just before their debut album release.

Since the formation of Queen in 1973, to 1991 until when Freddie Mercury passed away due a complication of HIV/AIDS, the band dominated Rock music around the world. Even after his passing, the band released ‘greatest hits’ compilation albums which recorded multi-platinum in sales. John Deacon retired from Queen in 1997 and Brian May and Roger Taylor have been carrying on the name of Queen on tours along with Paul Rogers and Adam Lambert.

Full List of Studio Albums by Queen

  1. Queen (1973)
  2. Queen II  (1974)
  3. Sheer Heart Attack (1974)
  4. A Night at the Opera (1975)
  5. A Day at the Races (1976)
  6. News of the World (1977)
  7. Jazz (1978)
  8. The Game (1980)
  9. Flash Gordon (1980)
  10. Hot Space (1982)
  11. The Works (1984)
  12. A Kind of Magic (1986)
  13. The Miracle (1989)
  14. Innuendo (1991) – final album to feature Freddie Mercury
  15. Made in Heaven (1995)
Queen members posing for

Queen members posing for “Bohemian Rhapsody” single artwork (Image Credits: The Quietus)

Full List of Live Albums by Queen

Albums containing live performance recordings.

  1. Live Killers (1979)
  2. Live Magic (1986)
  3. At the Beeb (recorded – 1973 and released – 1989)
  4. Live at Wembley ’86 (recorded – 1986 and released – 1992)
  5. Queen on Fire – Live at the Bowl (recorded – 1982 and released – 2004)
  6. Queen Rock Montreal (recorded – 1981 and released – 2007)
  7. Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live in Budapest (recorded  – 1986 and released – 2012)
  8. Live at the Rainbow ’74 (recorded – 1974 and released – 2014)
  9. A Night at the Odeon – Hammersmith 1975 (recorded – 1975 and released – 2015)
  10. On Air (recorded 1973-1977 and released – 2016)

Full List of Compilation Albums by Queen

Contains songs compiled from different studio albums and live performances.

  1. Greatest Hits (1981)
  2. Greatest Hits II (1991)
  3. Classic Queen (1992)
  4. The 12″ Collection (1992)
  5. Queen Rocks (1997)
  6. Greatest Hits III (1999)
  7. Stone Cold Classics (2006)
  8. The A–Z of Queen, Volume 1 (2007)
  9. Absolute Greatest (2009)
  10. Deep Cuts, Volume 1 (1973–1976) (2011)
  11. Deep Cuts, Volume 2 (1977–1982) (2011)
  12. Deep Cuts, Volume 3 (1984–1995) (2011)
  13. Icon (2013)
  14. Queen Forever (2014)
  15. Bohemian Rhapsody: The Original Soundtrack (2018)

Full List of Singles by Queen

  1. “Keep Yourself Alive” (1973)
  2. “Liar” (1974)
  3. “Seven Seas of Rhye” (1974)
  4. Killer Queen” (1974)
  5. “Now I’m Here” (1975)
  6. “Keep Yourself Alive” (re-issue) (1975)
  7. Bohemian Rhapsody” (1975)
  8. “You’re My Best Friend” (1976)
  9. “Somebody to Love” (1976)
  10. “Tie Your Mother Down” (1977)
  11. “Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy” (1977)
  12. “Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together)” (1977)
  13. “Long Away” (1977)
  14. We Are the Champions” / “We Will Rock You” (1977)
  15. “Spread Your Wings” (1978)
  16. “It’s Late” (1978)
  17. “Bicycle Race” / “Fat Bottomed Girls” (1978)
  18. “Don’t Stop Me Now” (1979)
  19. “Jealousy” (1979)
  20. “Mustapha” (1979)
  21. “Love of My Life” (live) (1979)
  22. “We Will Rock You” (live) (1979)
  23. “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” (1979)
  24. “Save Me” (1980)
  25. “Play the Game” (1980)
  26. “Another One Bites the Dust” (1980)
  27. “Need Your Loving Tonight” (1980)
  28. “Flash” (1980)
  29. “Under Pressure” (with David Bowie) (1981)
  30. “Body Language – Life is Real” (1982)
  31. “Las Palabras de Amor (The Words of Love)” (1982)
  32. “Calling All Girls – Put Out the Fire” (1982)
  33. “Staying Power” (1982)
  34. “Back Chat” (1982)
  35. Radio Ga Ga” (1984)
  36. “I Want to Break Free” (1984)
  37. “It’s a Hard Life” (1984)
  38. “Hammer to Fall” (1984)
  39. “Tear It Up” (1984)
  40. “Thank God It’s Christmas” (1984)
  41. “One Vision” (1985)
  42. “A Kind of Magic” (1986)
  43. “Princes of the Universe” (1986)
  44. “Friends Will Be Friends” (1986)
  45. “Pain Is So Close to Pleasure” (1986)
  46. “Who Wants to Live Forever” (1986)
  47. “One Year of Love” (1986)
  48. “I Want It All” (1989)
  49. “Breakthru” (1989)
  50. “The Invisible Man” (1989)
  51. “Scandal” (1989)
  52. “The Miracle” (1989)
  53. “Innuendo” (1991)
  54. “I’m Going Slightly Mad” (1991)
  55. “Headlong” (1991)
  56. The Show Must Go On” (1991)
  57. “Bohemian Rhapsody” / “These Are the Days of Our Lives” (1991)
  58. “Who Wants to Live Forever” [re-release] (1992)
  59. “We Will Rock You” / “We Are the Champions” (live) / (studio) (1992)
  60. “Heaven for Everyone” (1995)
  61. “A Winter’s Tale” (1995)
  62. “I Was Born to Love You” (1996)
  63. “Too Much Love Will Kill You” (1996)
  64. “Let Me Live” (1996)
  65. “You Don’t Fool Me” (1996)
  66. “No-One but You (Only the Good Die Young)” / “Tie Your Mother Down” (1997)
  67. “Under Pressure (Rah Mix)” (with David Bowie) (1999)
  68. “Princes of the Universe” (re-release) (2000)
  69. “We Will Rock You” (re-release) (2003)
  70. “Another One Bites the Dust” / “We Will Rock You” (re-release) (2003)
  71. “Keep Yourself Alive (Long-Lost Retake)” / “Stone Cold Crazy (Remastered)” (2011)
  72. “Let Me in Your Heart Again (William Orbit Mix)” (2014)
  73. “Let Me in Your Heart Again” (2014)

Full List of Extended Plays (EPs) by Queen

  1. Five Live (with George Michael and Lisa Stansfield) (1993)

(Source: Wikipedia)

There is the full list of songs and albums by the iconic Rock band Queen. It is highly unlikely that more new music will be added to the list in coming years. However, we will keep the list updated on any changes if necessary.