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Size 38mm (h) x 31mm (v)
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Print Process Lithography
Perforations 14 x 14
Queen II, 1974
Queen II, 1974, gave the band their first top ten hit, ‘Seven Seas of Rhye’.
Sheer Heart Attack, 1974
Sheer Heart Attack, 1974, featured the single ‘Killer Queen’ which was their first global hit and they made their first Top of the Pops appearance.
A Night at the Opera, 1975
A Night at the Opera, 1975, was their first number one album and featured the ground-breaking song ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ which, in the era of digital music, has become the most streamed song from the 20th century.
News of the World, 1977
New of the World, 1977, featured two stadium-filling anthems ‘We Will Rock You’ and ‘We Are the Champions’.
The Game, 1980
The Game, 1980, included their hit ‘Another One Bites the Dust’ which drew in new audiences.
Greatest Hits, 1981
Greatest Hits, 1981, is the biggest selling album in the UK of all time.
The Works, 1984
The Works, 1984, featured hit singles including their love letter to the old-fashioned wireless, ‘Radio Ga Ga’.
Innuendo, 1991, was the final Queen album to be released in Mercury’s lifetime, and featured the poignant ‘These Are the Days of Our Lives’.
The full band photographed at Primrose Hill.
Magic Tour, 1986
Frontman Freddie Mercury at Wembley Stadium
Hyde Park Concert, 1976
Drummer and vocalist Roger Taylor at Queen’s free London concert.
A Night at the Opera Tour, 1975
Bassist John Deacon at the Hammersmith Odeon.
Magic Tour, 1986
Guitarist and vocalist Brian May at Népstadion in Budapest, Hungary.
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