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Few bands personified the pure excess of the '70s like Queen. Embracing the inflated spectacle of prog rock and heavy metal, as well as vaudevillian music hall, the British quartet delved deeply into camp and bombast, creating a huge, mock-operatic sound with layered guitars and overdubbed vocals. Queen's music was a strange yet highly nearby fusion of the macho and the fey. For years, their albums boasted the motto "no synthesizers were used on this record," signaling their loyalty with the legions of post-Led Zeppelin hard rock bands.
But vocalist Freddie Mercury brought a spendthrift sense of camp to the band, pushing them toward tacky humor and pseudo-classical preparations, as epitomized on their best-known song, "Bohemian Rhapsody." Mercury, it must be said, was a flashy bisexual who managed to keep his sexuality in the closet until his death from AIDS in 1992. Nevertheless, his sexuality was obvious throughout Queen's music, from their very name to their indirect lyrics it was truly strange to hear gay anthems like "We Are the Champions" turn into revels of sports victories. That would have been unfeasible without Mercury, one of the most lively and charismatic front men in rock history.
Through his famous theatrical performances, Queen became one of the most accepted bands in the world in the mid-'70s; in England, they remained second only to the Beatles in fame and collectibles in the '90s. Despite their huge popularity, Queen were never taken critically by rock critics an notorious Rolling Stone review labeled their 1979 album Jazz as "fascist." In spite of such cruel criticism, the band's popularity rarely waned; even in the late '80s, the group retained a fanatical next except in America. In the States, their fame peaked in the early '80s, just as they finished nearly a decade's worth of extremely popular records. And while those records were never praised, they sold in huge numbers, and traces of Queen's music could be heard in quite a lot of generations of hard rock and metal bands in the next two decades, from Metallica to Smashing Pumpkins.
Queen originally formed in 1968, but Queen as we know them today, formed between 1970 and the end of 1971 when Brian May and Roger Taylor joined with Freddie Mercury and John Deacon. Queen had numerous hits throughout the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s but what is not widely known is that not all of the hits were written by Freddie Mercuty. All 4 member of the band were songwriters and they considered themselves creative equals. John Deacon wrote “another one Bites the Dust”, Brian May wrote “We Will Rock You”, Roger Taylor wrote “Radio Ga Ga” and Freddie Mercury wrote the timeless “Bohemian Rhapsody”.
Freddie Mercury passed away in 1991 and Queen has rarely performed live since his death. Currently Queen is on tour with guest front man Paul Rodgers, former lead singer of Free, Bad Company and The Firm. Paul Rodgers and Queen are performing Queer classics as well as Paul Rodgers’ material. Paul Rodgers is not intended as a replacement for Freddie Mercury as has been speculated. Paul Rodgers is “featured with” Queen for this tour.
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