Released: Dec 18, 1976
Released: Dec 18, 1976
Released: Jun 3, 1986
By the release of 1986's A Kind of Magic, Queen's stature as a prominent rock band in the U.S. had slipped considerably, while in all other parts of the world (especially Europe), they remained superstar hitmakers.
Released: Nov 21, 1975
Released: Jan 27, 1981
With Queen involved, Flash Gordon is certainly not your average, predictable soundtrack.
Released: Sep 15, 1992
The Greatest Hits LP had a superior selection, but it's gone now, so you're stuck with this.
Released: Oct 30, 1991
This is an album no Queen fan should be without, if you are not familiar with these hits, take the risk and get this album.
Released: Nov 9, 1999
Though at first glance a third Queen hits collection might seem to stretch the bounds of credibility, upon reflection this collection may well be the most revealing and compelling of the lot.
Released: Aug 17, 2004
This reconfigured Greatest Hits was the best available hits compilation.
Released: May 25, 1982
Released: Feb 5, 1991
Released: Nov 14, 1978
Jazz has been unfairly slagged in some quarters as an inconsistent and unfocused record.
Released: Aug 19, 2003
The posthumously released two-disc Live at Wembley '86 proves once and for all that Queen was a superior live band.
Released: Jun 17, 2003
This is a model DVD release for a rock band. No corners seem to have been cut! The concert footage itself is very good, the extras are excellent, and there's a lot of care and attention paid to every last detail of the packaging.
Released: Jun 26, 1979
Released: Nov 7, 1995
Released: Oct 28, 1977
News Of The World contained two of rock's best and most renowned all-time anthems.
Released: Nov 16, 2004
In total, this video does capture Queen in a strong light, whether this is at their "peak" or not. Highly recommended to Queen fans, or just fans of a good live show.
Released: Sep 4, 1973
Released: Apr 9, 1974
Released: Nov 9, 2004
The concert is documented on this 25-track double-disc set, one of many double-live albums that Queen have released throughout and after their career.
Released: Oct 30, 2007
The content of this Queen DVD, isn't bad at all, the set is slightly Greatest Hits-ish, but that's only to be expected really.
Released: Nov 1, 2005
This DVD features Queen's concert with Paul Rogers playing in the Hallam FM Arena in Sheffield. Queen still has thier music style as they all were rocking the arena like they always have.
Released: Nov 12, 1974
It helped bridge the gap between the mystical heavy metal of their early years and the hard rock/pop perfection of future releases.
Released: Jun 30, 1980
Along with A Night At the Opera, The Game is one of their best and most commercially successful records.
Released: Jun 6, 1989
Along with s.
Released: Sep 24, 2002
If you're new to Queen and you're planning on getting the Platinum collection, you won't be dissapointed.
Released: Feb 27, 1984
Following the disappointing commercial performance of the dance-oriented Hot Space in 1982, Queen took 1983 off to get refocused and work on a follow-up that would put the band back on track.
Released: Oct 30, 2001
The ultimate rock band perform the definitive versions of all of their greatest songs including "We Will Rock You," "Boheminan Rhapsody," "Another One Bites The Dust," "We Are The Champions," "Keep Yourself Alive," and "Somebody To Love" and much more.