Tag: Queen

Wednesday 4/27/22 8pm ET: Feature LP: Queen – The Works (1984)

The Works is the eleventh studio album by the British rock band Queen. It was released on February 27, 1984 by EMI Records in the United Kingdom and it is the band’s first studio album to be released by Capitol Records in the United States. After the synth-heavy Hot Space (1982), the album saw the re-emergence of Brian May and Roger Taylor’s rock sound, while still incorporating the early 80s retro futuristic electronic music (Freddie Mercury) and New York funk scenes (John Deacon). Recorded at the Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles, California and Musicland Studios in Munich, Germany from August 1983 to January 1984, the album’s title comes from a comment Taylor made as recording began – “Let’s give them the works!”.

  1. “Radio Ga Ga” 5:48
  2. “Tear It Up” 3:28
  3. “It’s a Hard Life” 4:08
  4. “Man on the Prowl” 3:28
  5. “Machines (or ‘Back to Humans’)” 5:10
  6. “I Want to Break Free” 3:20
  7. “Keep Passing the Open Windows” 5:21
  8. “Hammer to Fall” 4:28
  9. “Is This the World We Created…?” 2:13
  10. “I Go Crazy” 3:42
  11. “I Want to Break Free” (Single remix) 4:18
  12. “Hammer to Fall” (Headbanger’s mix) 5:18

Freddie Mercury – lead vocals (all tracks), backing vocals (3–8), piano (3, 4,[6] 7), synthesizer (1, 7), sampler (1)
Brian May – electric guitar (all but 9), acoustic guitar (9), synthesizer (5), backing vocals (1, 3-5, 7-8)
Roger Taylor – acoustic and electronic drums (all but 9), percussion (2), drum machine (1, 5), vocoder (1, 5), backing vocals (1–3, 8), sampler (1), synthesizer (1, 5)
John Deacon – bass guitar (all but 9), rhythm guitar (6), synthesizer (6)
Fred Mandel – piano finale (4)[6], synthesizer arrangement, synthesizer programming (1), synthesizer (1, 6, 8), candy-floss instruments (8)

Monday 3/14/22 12am ET: Feature LP: Queen – A Night At The Opera (1975)

A Night at the Opera is the fourth studio album by the British rock band Queen, released on November 21, 1975 by EMI Records in the United Kingdom and by Elektra Records in the United States. Produced by Roy Thomas Baker and Queen, it was reportedly the most expensive album ever recorded at the time of its release. The album’s title is taken from the Marx Brothers film of the same name.

A Night at the Opera was recorded at various studios across a four-month period in 1975. Due to management issues, Queen had received almost none of the money they earned for their previous albums. Subsequently, they ended their contract with Trident Studios and did not use their studios for the album (with the sole exception being “God Save the Queen”, which had been recorded the previous year). They employed a complex production that extensively used multitrack recording, and the songs incorporated a wide range of styles, such as ballads, music hall, dixieland, hard rock and progressive rock influences. Aside from their usual equipment, Queen also utilised a diverse range of instruments such as a double bass, harp, ukulele and more.

Upon release, A Night at the Opera topped the UK Albums Chart for four non-consecutive weeks. It peaked at number four on the US Billboard 200 and became the band’s first platinum-certified album in the US. It also produced the band’s most successful single in the UK, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, which became their first UK number one. Despite being twice as long as the average length of singles during the 1970s, the song became immensely popular worldwide.

Contemporary reviews for A Night at the Opera were mixed, with praise for its production and the diverse musical themes, and recognition as the album that established Queen as worldwide superstars. At the 19th Grammy Awards, it received Grammy Award nominations for Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo, Group or Chorus and Best Arrangement for Voices. Retrospective reviews have hailed it as Queen’s best album, and one of the greatest albums in rock music history. In 2020, Rolling Stone ranked it at number 128 on its list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. In 2018, it was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.

  1. “Death on Two Legs (Dedicated to…)” 3:43
  2. “Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon” 1:08
  3. “I’m in Love with My Car” 3:05
  4. “You’re My Best Friend” 2:50
  5. “’39” 3:30
  6. “Sweet Lady” 4:01
  7. “Seaside Rendezvous” 2:13
  8. “The Prophet’s Song” 8:21
  9. “Love of My Life” 3:38
  10. “Good Company” 3:26
  11. “Bohemian Rhapsody” 5:55
  12. “God Save the Queen” 1:11
  13. “Keep Yourself Alive” (long-lost retake, June 1975) 4:05
  14. “Bohemian Rhapsody” (operatic section a cappella mix 2011) 1:05
  15. “You’re My Best Friend” (backing track mix 2011) 2:58
  16. “I’m in Love with My Car” (guitar & vocal mix 2011) 3:21
  17. “’39” (Live at Earl’s Court, June 7, 1977) 3:47
  18. “Love of My Life” (South American live single, June 1979) 3:44

Freddie Mercury – lead vocals (1, 2, 4, 6–9, 11), backing vocals (1–9, 11), piano (1–3, 7, 9, 11)
Brian May – electric guitar (all but 7), backing vocals (1, 3–6, 8, 10, 11), acoustic guitar (5, 8, 9), lead vocals (5, 10), koto (8), harp (9), ukulele (10)
Roger Taylor – drums (1–4, 6–8, 10–12), backing vocals (1, 3–8, 11), percussion (2, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12), lead vocals (3), electric guitar (3)
John Deacon – bass guitar (1–4, 6–11), electric piano (4), double bass (1, 5)

Tuesday 1/11/22 2pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1973 A to Z – Part 11

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1973 A2Z.

We continue with the completion of letter M and start with N and feature music from: Paul McCartney & Wings, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Aretha Franklin, John Lennon, Steeleye Span, America, Pink Floyd, Tufano & Giammarese, Queen, Michael Jackson, Sweet, Doobie Brothers and many more.

2pm to 6pm ET

Monday 1/10/22 1pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1973 A to Z – Part 10

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1973 A2Z.

We continue with the completion of letter L and start with M and feature music from: Buckingham Nicks, Grass Roots, Brighter Side of Darkness, Jethro Tull, Abba, Paul Simon, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, O’Jays, Aerosmith, Four Tops, David Cassidy, Lobo, Robert Knight and many more.

1pm to 4pm ET

Friday 1/7/22 10pm ET: Feature LP: Queen – News of The World (1977)

News of the World is the sixth studio album by the British rock band Queen, released on October 28, 1977 by EMI Records in the United Kingdom and by Elektra Records in the United States. News of the World was the band’s second album to be recorded at Sarm West and Wessex Sound Studios, London, and engineered by Mike Stone, and was co-produced by the band and Stone.

In 1977, punk rock acts, most notably the Sex Pistols, sparked massive backlash against progressive rock artists such as Queen, to which the band responded by simplifying their symphonic rock sound and gearing towards a more spontaneous hard rock sound. The album subsequently went 4× platinum in the United States, reaching number 3 on the US Top Albums chart, number 4 on the UK Albums Chart and achieving high certifications around the world. It has sold over 4 million copies in United States. Its lead single, “We Are the Champions”, reached number two on the UK Singles Chart and number four on the Billboard Hot 100. Critical reaction to News of the World was initially mixed, with many reviewers commenting on the band’s change in musical style. However, it has since come to be regarded as one of Queen’s greatest albums, while “We Are the Champions” and “We Will Rock You” have since become rock anthems.

The multi-format deluxe box set, released in 2017, contains previously unreleased outtakes and rarities from the band’s archives, as well as a newly created “alternative” version of the entire album, dubbed Raw Sessions. The box set includes a pure analogue vinyl LP, cut from the original analogue master mix tapes, and a brand new one-hour DVD documentary created from backstage material filmed during the North American leg of Queen’s 1977 News of the World tour.

  1. “We Will Rock You” 2:01
  2. “We Are the Champions” 2:59
  3. “Sheer Heart Attack” 3:26
  4. “All Dead, All Dead” 3:10
  5. “Spread Your Wings” 4:34
  6. “Fight from the Inside” 3:03
  7. “Get Down, Make Love” 3:51
  8. “Sleeping on the Sidewalk” 3:06
  9. “Who Needs You” 3:05
  10. “It’s Late” 6:26
  11. “My Melancholy Blues” 3:29

Freddie Mercury – lead vocals (1-3, 5, 7, 9-11), backing vocals (1-2, 4, 7, 9-11), piano (2, 5, 7, 11), cowbell (9)
Brian May – electric guitar (all except 11), acoustic guitar (9), piano (4),[19] maracas (9), backing vocals (1, 2, 10), lead vocals (4, 8)
Roger Taylor – drums (all except 1), rhythm guitar (3), bass guitar (3, 6), additional guitars (6), backing vocals (1-3, 6, 10), lead vocals (6)
John Deacon – bass guitar (2, 4, 5, 7-11), acoustic guitar (5, 9)

Friday 1/7/22 1pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1973 A to Z – Part 9

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1973 A2Z.

We continue with the completion of letter K and start with L and feature music from: David Bowie, Temptations, Edward Bear, Independents, Daryl Hall and John Oates, Paul Simon, Olivia Newton-john, Shocking Blue, Brownsville Station, Three Dog Night, Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose and many more.

1pm to 3pm ET

Thursday 1/6/22 2pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1973 A to Z – Part 8

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1973 A2Z.

We continue with the completion of letter I and J and start the K list and feature music from: David Bowie, Queen, Seals and Crofts, Allman Brothers Band, Argent, Spinners, Baby Washington, Jim Croce, Bruce Springsteen, Electric Light Orchestra, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Chicago and many more.

2pm to 6pm ET

Monday 1/3/22 2pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1973 A to Z – Part 5

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1973 A2Z.

We continue with land complete letter E into G and feature music from: Ohio Players, Doobie Brothers, Merle Haggard, Chicago, Freda Payne, Hues Corporation, Elvia Presley, Genesis, T.Rex, Chairmen of The Board, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Queen and many more.

2pm to 6pm ET

Friday 12/31/21 3pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1973 A to Z – Part 4

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1973 A2Z.

We continue with land complete letter D with music from: BW Stevenson, Diana Ross, Aerosmith, America, Who, Shocking Blue, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Queen, Peter Frampton, Paul Kelly, James Brown, Electric Light Orchestra, Miracles and many more.

3pm to 6pm ET

Saturday 12/25/21 8:15pm ET: Feature LP: Queen – A Night At The Opera (1975)

A Night at the Opera is the fourth studio album by the British rock band Queen, released on November 21, 1975 by EMI Records in the United Kingdom and by Elektra Records in the United States. Produced by Roy Thomas Baker and Queen, it was reportedly the most expensive album ever recorded at the time of its release. The album’s title is taken from the Marx Brothers film of the same name.

A Night at the Opera was recorded at various studios across a four-month period in 1975. Due to management issues, Queen had received almost none of the money they earned for their previous albums. Subsequently, they ended their contract with Trident Studios and did not use their studios for the album (with the sole exception being “God Save the Queen”, which had been recorded the previous year). They employed a complex production that extensively used multitrack recording, and the songs incorporated a wide range of styles, such as ballads, music hall, dixieland, hard rock and progressive rock influences. Aside from their usual equipment, Queen also utilised a diverse range of instruments such as a double bass, harp, ukulele and more.

Upon release, A Night at the Opera topped the UK Albums Chart for four non-consecutive weeks. It peaked at number four on the US Billboard 200 and became the band’s first platinum-certified album in the US. It also produced the band’s most successful single in the UK, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, which became their first UK number one. Despite being twice as long as the average length of singles during the 1970s, the song became immensely popular worldwide.

Contemporary reviews for A Night at the Opera were mixed, with praise for its production and the diverse musical themes, and recognition as the album that established Queen as worldwide superstars. At the 19th Grammy Awards, it received Grammy Award nominations for Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo, Group or Chorus and Best Arrangement for Voices. Retrospective reviews have hailed it as Queen’s best album, and one of the greatest albums in rock music history. In 2020, Rolling Stone ranked it at number 128 on its list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. In 2018, it was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.

  1. “Death on Two Legs (Dedicated to…)” 3:43
  2. “Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon” 1:08
  3. “I’m in Love with My Car” 3:05
  4. “You’re My Best Friend” 2:50
  5. “’39” 3:30
  6. “Sweet Lady” 4:01
  7. “Seaside Rendezvous” 2:13
  8. “The Prophet’s Song” 8:21
  9. “Love of My Life” 3:38
  10. “Good Company” 3:26
  11. “Bohemian Rhapsody” 5:55
  12. “God Save the Queen” 1:11
  13. “Keep Yourself Alive” (long-lost retake, June 1975) 4:05
  14. “Bohemian Rhapsody” (operatic section a cappella mix 2011) 1:05
  15. “You’re My Best Friend” (backing track mix 2011) 2:58
  16. “I’m in Love with My Car” (guitar & vocal mix 2011) 3:21
  17. “’39” (Live at Earl’s Court, June 7, 1977) 3:47
  18. “Love of My Life” (South American live single, June 1979) 3:44

Freddie Mercury – lead vocals (1, 2, 4, 6–9, 11), backing vocals (1–9, 11), piano (1–3, 7, 9, 11)
Brian May – electric guitar (all but 7), backing vocals (1, 3–6, 8, 10, 11), acoustic guitar (5, 8, 9), lead vocals (5, 10), koto (8), harp (9), ukulele (10)
Roger Taylor – drums (1–4, 6–8, 10–12), backing vocals (1, 3–8, 11), percussion (2, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12), lead vocals (3), electric guitar (3)
John Deacon – bass guitar (1–4, 6–11), electric piano (4), double bass (1, 5)

Monday 12/13/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Queen – The Game (1980)

The Game is the eighth studio album by the British rock band Queen. It was released on June 30, 1980 by EMI Records in the UK and by Elektra Records in the US. The Game features a different sound from its predecessor, Jazz (1978). The Game was the first Queen album to use a synthesizer (an Oberheim OB-X). “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”, “Sail Away Sweet Sister”, “Coming Soon” and “Save Me” were recorded from June to July 1979. The remaining songs were recorded between February and May 1980.

A critical and commercial success, The Game became the only Queen album to reach No. 1 in the US, and became their best-selling studio album in the US, with four million copies sold to date, tying with the sales for News of the World. Notable songs on the album include the bass-driven “Another One Bites the Dust” and the rockabilly “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”, both of which reached No. 1 in the US. Reissued in May 2003 on DVD-Audio with Dolby 5.1 surround sound and DTS 5.1. The 5.1 mix of “Coming Soon” features an alternate backing track, as the final master tapes could not be found when mixing the album to 5.1.

  1. “Play the Game” 3:30
  2. “Dragon Attack” 4:18
  3. “Another One Bites the Dust” 3:35
  4. “Need Your Loving Tonight” 2:50
  5. “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” 2:42
  6. “Rock It (Prime Jive)” 4:33
  7. “Don’t Try Suicide” 3:52
  8. “Sail Away Sweet Sister” 3:33
  9. “Coming Soon” 2:51
  10. “Save Me” 3:48

Freddie Mercury – lead vocals (1-5, 7, 9, 10), co-lead vocals (6, 8), backing vocals (all tracks), piano (1, 7, 8), synthesizer (1), acoustic guitar (5)
Brian May – electric guitar (all tracks), backing vocals (1, 2, 4-8, 10), acoustic guitar (7, 8, 10), synthesizer (8, 10), piano (10), lead vocals (8)
Roger Taylor – drums (all tracks), backing vocals (all but 3), electric guitar (6, 9), synthesizer (6, 9), lead vocals (6, “A Human Body”), co-lead vocals (9), percussion
John Deacon – bass guitar (all tracks), electric guitar

Tuesday 10/12/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Queen – Jazz (1978)

Jazz is the seventh studio album by the British rock band Queen. It was released on November 10, 1978 by EMI Records in the United Kingdom and by Elektra Records in the United States. Produced by Roy Thomas Baker, the album artwork was suggested by Roger Taylor, who previously saw a similar design painted on the Berlin Wall. The album’s varying musical styles were alternately praised and criticized. It reached number two in the UK Albums Chart and number six on the US Billboard 200.

  1. “Mustapha” 3:03
  2. “Fat Bottomed Girls” 4:14
  3. “Jealousy” 3:14
  4. “Bicycle Race” 3:04
  5. “If You Can’t Beat Them” 4:15
  6. “Let Me Entertain You” 3:01
  7. “Dead on Time” 3:23
  8. “In Only Seven Days” 2:30
  9. “Dreamer’s Ball” 3:30
  10. “Fun It” 3:29
  11. “Leaving Home Ain’t Easy” 3:15
  12. “Don’t Stop Me Now” 3:29
  13. “More of That Jazz” 4:12
  14. “Fat Bottomed Girls” (1991 remix) 4:22
  15. “Bicycle Race” (1991 remix) 4:59
  16. “Fat Bottomed Girls” (Single Version) 3:23
  17. “Bicycle Race” (Instrumental) 3:09
  18. “Don’t Stop Me Now” (With long-lost guitars) 3:34
  19. “Let Me Entertain You” (live at the Montreal Forum, November 1981) 2:48
  20. “Dreamer’s Ball” (Early acoustic take, August 1978) 3:40

Freddie Mercury – vocals, acoustic piano
Brian May – guitars, vocals
Roger Taylor – drums, vocals, percussion, electric guitar, bass
John Deacon – bass, guitars

Wednesday 6/2/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Queen – News of The World (1977) 40th Anniversary

News of the World is the sixth studio album by the British rock band Queen, released on 28 October 1977 by EMI Records in the United Kingdom and by Elektra Records in the United States. News of the World was the band’s second album to be recorded at Sarm West and Wessex Sound Studios, London, and engineered by Mike Stone, and was co-produced by the band and Stone.

In 1977, punk rock acts, most notably the Sex Pistols, sparked massive backlash against progressive rock artists such as Queen, to which the band responded by simplifying their symphonic rock sound and gearing towards a more spontaneous hard rock sound. The album subsequently went 4× platinum in the United States, reaching number 3 on the US Top Albums chart, number 4 on the UK Albums Chart and achieving high certifications around the world. It has sold over 4 million copies in United States. Its lead single, “We Are the Champions”, reached number two on the UK Singles Chart and number four on the Billboard Hot 100. Critical reaction to News of the World was initially mixed, with many reviewers commenting on the band’s change in musical style. However, it has since come to be regarded as one of Queen’s greatest albums, while “We Are the Champions” and “We Will Rock You” have since become rock anthems.

The multi-format deluxe box set, released in 2017, contains previously unreleased outtakes and rarities from the band’s archives, as well as a newly created “alternative” version of the entire album, dubbed Raw Sessions. The box set includes a pure analogue vinyl LP, cut from the original analogue master mix tapes, and a brand new one-hour DVD documentary created from backstage material filmed during the North American leg of Queen’s 1977 News of the World tour.

  1. “We Will Rock You” 2:01
  2. “We Are the Champions” 2:59
  3. “Sheer Heart Attack” 3:26
  4. “All Dead, All Dead” 3:10
  5. “Spread Your Wings” 4:34
  6. “Fight from the Inside” 3:03
  7. “Get Down, Make Love” 3:51
  8. “Sleeping on the Sidewalk” 3:06
  9. “Who Needs You” 3:05
  10. “It’s Late” 6:26
  11. “My Melancholy Blues” 3:29
  12. “We Will Rock You” (Alterative Version) 2:26
  13. “We Are the Champions” (Alternative Version) 4:33
  14. “Sheer Heart Attack” (Original Rough Mix) 4:17
  15. “All Dead, All Dead” (Original Rough Mix) 3:08
  16. “Spread Your Wings” (Alternative Take) 4:56
  17. “Fight from the Inside” (Demo Vocal Version) 3:08
  18. “Get Down, Make Love” (Early Take) 4:02
  19. “Sleeping on the Sidewalk” (Live in Boston, November 1977) 3:49
  20. “Who Needs You” (Acoustic Take) 2:49
  21. “It’s Late” (Alternative Version) 6:44
  22. “My Melancholy Blues” (Original Rough Mix) 3:36
  23. “Feelings Feelings” (Take 10, July 1977) 1:55
  24. “We Will Rock You” (BBC Session) 1:36
  25. “We Will Rock You (Fast)” (BBC Session) 2:52
  26. “Spread Your Wings” (BBC Session) 5:33
  27. “It’s Late” (BBC Session) 6:39
  28. “My Melancholy Blues” (BBC Session) 3:13
  29. “We Will Rock You” (Backing Track) 2:03
  30. “We Are the Champions” (Backing Track) 2:59
  31. “Spread Your Wings” (Instrumental) 4:23
  32. “Fight from the Inside” (Instrumental) 3:02
  33. “Get Down, Make Love” (Instrumental) 3:49
  34. “It’s Late” (USA Radio Edit 1978) 3:52
  35. “Sheer Heart Attack” (Live in Paris, February 1979) 3:35
  36. “We Will Rock You (Fast)” (Live in Tokorozawa, November 1982) 2:59
  37. “My Melancholy Blues” (Live in Houston, December 1977) 4:11
  38. “Get Down, Make Love” (Live in Montreal, November 1981) 4:35
  39. “Spread Your Wings” (Live in Europe, February 1979) 5:20
  40. “We Will Rock You” (Live at the Milton Keynes Bowl, June 1982) 2:08
  41. “We Are the Champions” (Live at the Milton Keynes Bowl, June 1982) 3:32

Freddie Mercury – lead vocals (1-3, 5, 7, 9-11), backing vocals (1-2, 4, 7, 9-11), piano (2, 5, 7, 11), cowbell (9)
Brian May – electric guitar (all except 11), acoustic guitar (9), piano (4),[19] maracas (9), backing vocals (1, 2, 10), lead vocals (4, 8)
Roger Taylor – drums (all except 1), rhythm guitar (3), bass guitar (3, 6), additional guitars (6), backing vocals (1-3, 6, 10), lead vocals (6)
John Deacon – bass guitar (2, 4, 5, 7-11), acoustic guitar (5, 9)

Tuesday 6/1/21 2pm ET: Sounds of The 80’s

Featuring tunes from David Lee Roth, Southern Pacific, Ray Parker Junior, Kathy Mattea, Whitney Houston, Queen, Paula Abdul, Carlene Carter, Police, Ramones, Oak Ridge Boys, Honeymoon Suite, Alabama, Genesis and more. . . 2pm – 6pm ET

Wednesday 4/28/21 12pm ET: Artist Countdown: Queen Top 30 Hits

Queen are a British rock band, whose classic line-up consisted of vocalist and pianist Freddie Mercury, guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor and bassist John Deacon. Founded in 1970, Queen released their self-titled debut album in 1973. Despite not being an immediate success, Queen gained popularity in Britain with their second album Queen II in 1974. Their 1975 single, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, was No. 1 in the UK charts for nine weeks (and a further five weeks in 1991, after Mercury’s death) and is the third biggest-selling single of all time in the UK. In the US, “Bohemian Rhapsody” hit the Billboard Top 40 charts in three different decades, reaching No. 9 on its original release in 1975, No. 2 in 1992 after being featured in the film Wayne’s World, and hitting the Top 40 once more in 2018 upon the release of the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. The 1981 compilation Greatest Hits is the biggest-selling album in UK history, with 6.0 million copies sold by 2014. The 1991 compilation Greatest Hits II is also one of the UK’s top ten biggest-sellers of all time, with 3.8 million copies sold by 2012.

In 2012, Queen were ranked as being the seventh biggest-selling singles artist in United Kingdom with 12.6 million singles sold. In a time period stretching from 1991 up to October 1995, Queen sold five million copies in Italy alone.

This countdown created by RadioMaxMusic.

RadioMax Stats

1Crazy Little Thing Called Love
2Another One Bites the Dust
3Radio Ga Ga
4These Are the Days of Our Lives
5I Want to Break Free
6Under Pressure (with David Bowie)
7I Want It All
8A Kind of Magic
9Bohemian Rhapsody
10We Are the Champions / We Will Rock You
11Bicycle Race
12Fat Bottomed Girls
13Flash
14Body Language
15Heaven for Everyone
16Killer Queen 
17Somebody to Love
18Play the Game
19Innuendo
20Don’t Stop Me Now
21One Vision
22The Show Must Go On
23You Don’t Fool Me
24You’re My Best Friend
25Breakthru
26The Invisible Man
27A Winter’s Tale
28It’s a Hard Life
29Tie Your Mother Down
30Headlong