Song Statistics

This page includes various statistics and lists regarding Queen and solo songs - their availability, length, titles, vocalists, instruments, writers and lyrics. At the moment this includes only songs which have been officially released, so does not include unreleased demo tracks.

Songs Only On CD, Vinyl, Videos or Downloads
Songs Exclusive To One Country

Lengths & Titles
Longest And Shortest Tracks
Songs With Subtitles
Words In Song Titles
Letters In Song Titles
Numbers In Song Titles

Writers & Lyrics
Queen Song Writer Analysis
Queen Songs Written By Queen
Songs Written With Other People
Song Titles Not Mentioned In Their Lyrics
Places In Lyrics
People In Lyrics

Segues, Subtitles, Guests and various
Songs Which Are Part Of Segues
Songs In A Foreign Language
Alternative Vocalists
Guest Musicians
Other Instruments On Queen Records
Re-Recorded Songs


Songs Only On CD, Vinyl, Videos or Downloads


These lists show which tracks are exclusive to each format, considering all worldwide official releases, and ignoring alternate versions (most of which are unavailable on at least one format). Downloads are ignored, apart from the last section.

76 tracks are only available on CD:

  1. 22 tracks from 'Furia' (Brian May)
  2. 13 tracks from 'Fun On Earth' (Roger Taylor)
  3. 18 tracks exclusive to the 'Freddie Mercury: Solo' 10CD/2DVD set
  4. Brian Talks (Brian May)
  5. Celebration (The Cross)
  6. Chinese Torture (Queen)
  7. Driven By You Two (Brian May)
  8. Enhanced Multimedia Section (Brian May)
  9. Feelings Feelings (Queen)
  10. Foxy Lady (The Cross)
  11. Heartland (The Cross)
  12. Hot Patootie (Brian May)
  13. I Can't Get You Out Of My Head (The Cross)
  14. I Don't Want Nobody Else Teasin' Around With Me (Brian May)
  15. I Can Take You Higher (The Cross)
  16. Il Colosso (Brian May)
  17. Keep A Knockin' (Roger Taylor)
  18. My Boy (Brian May)
  19. Otro Lugar (Brian May)
  20. Sideburns (Brian May)
  21. Track 13 (Queen)
  22. We Are The Champions (Queen + Robbie Williams)
  23. We Will Rock You (Fast version) (Queen)
  24. We Will Rock You (Queen + John Farnham)
  25. We Will Rock You (Queen + Beyonce, Britney Spears & Pink)
  26. What Are We Made Of? (Brian May)

2 tracks are only available on Vinyl:

  1. No Turning Back (The Immortals)
  2. Son Of Starfleet (Brian May)

6 tracks are only available on videos, DVD's, or TV Programmes:

  1. Drum Extravaganza (Roger Taylor)
  2. Fun At The Funeral Parlour (Brian May)
  3. New York, New York (Queen)
  4. Piano Solo (Queen)
  5. The Alps Guitar Solos (Brian May)
  6. The Stretch (Brian May)

5 tracks are only available as downloads:

  1. Amandla (Queen) (although a live version appears on CD and DVD)
  2. Invincible Hope (Queen) (although a live version appears on CD and DVD and a remix appears on CD)
  3. Runaway (Queen + Paul Rodgers)
  4. Save The Badger Badger Badger (Brian May)
  5. The Shores Of Formentera (Roger Taylor)

Songs Exclusive To One Country


Longest And Shortest Tracks


There are currently 9 Queen and solo tracks under one minute in length (ignoring alternate versions).
  1. Yeah! (Queen) - 4 seconds
  2. Fun At The Funeral Parlour (Brian May) - 35 seconds
  3. New York, New York (Queen) - 36 seconds
  4. Have A Nice Day (Freddie Mercury) - 42 seconds
  5. Space (Brian May) - 47 seconds
  6. Aaron (Brian May) - 47 seconds
  7. Fire (Brian May) - 55 seconds
  8. The Wedding March (Queen) - 56 seconds
  9. The Ring (Queen) - 58 seconds

There are 7 Queen and solo tracks over seven minutes in length (ignoring alternate versions).

  1. Track 13 (Queen) - 22 minutes 32 seconds
  2. Bluesbreaker (Brian May) - 12 minutes 50 seconds
  3. The Fire Within (Brian May) - 8 minutes 51 seconds
  4. The Prophet's Song (Queen) - 8 minutes 20 seconds
  5. Starfleet (Brian May) - 7 minutes 59 seconds
  6. Il Colosso (Brian May) - 7 minutes 35 seconds
  7. Let Me Out (Brian May) - 7 minutes 11 seconds

Songs With Subtitles


  1. Arboria (Planet Of The Treemen)
  2. Be My Gal (My Brightest Spark)
  3. Death On Two Legs (Dedicated To.....)
  4. First Glance (Solo Flute)
  5. Flash's Theme Reprise (Victory Celebrations)
  6. Furia Theme (Opening Titles)
  7. Future Management (You Don't Need Nobody Else)
  8. Gimme The Prize (Kurgan's Theme)
  9. God (The Dream Is Over)
  10. Gun (Solo Violin)
  11. Hello Mary Lou (Goodbye Heart)
  12. Hot Patootie (Whatever Happened To A Saturday Night)
  13. I Am The Drummer (In A Rock 'n' Roll Band)
  14. I Cry For You (Love, Hope And Confusion)
  15. In The Death Cell (Love Theme Reprise)
  16. In The Space Capsule (The Love Theme)
  17. It's A Beautiful Day (Reprise)
  18. Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love)
  19. Life Is Real (Song For Lennon)
  20. Love Lies Bleeding (She Was A Wicked, Wily Waitress)
  21. Love On A Tightrope (Like An Animal)
  22. Machines (Or Back To Humans)
  23. (Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame
  24. Marriage Of Dale And Ming (And Flash Approaching)
  25. Ming's Theme (In The Court Of Ming The Merciless)
  26. No-One But You (Only The Good Die Young)
  27. No-One But You (Solo Por Ti)
  28. Old Men (Lay Down)
  29. Rock It (Prime Jive)
  30. Sail Away Sweet Sister (To The Sister I Never Had)
  31. She Makes Me (Stormtrooper In Stilettos)
  32. Small (Reprise)
  33. Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together)
  34. The Kiss (Aura Resurrects Flash)
  35. The Meeting (Solo Guitar)
  36. The Ring (Hypnotic Seduction Of Dale)
  37. The Unblinking Eye (Everything Is Broken)
  38. Two Sharp Pencils (Get Bad)
  39. Vultan's Theme (Attack Of The Hawkmen)
  40. White Queen (As It Began)
  41. Woman, You're So Beautiful (But Still A Pain In The Ass)
  42. (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care

Words In Song Titles


One-Word Song Titles:

  1. '39
  2. Aaron
  3. Abandonfire
  4. Airheads
  5. Amandla
  6. Apparition
  7. Arboria (Planet Of The Treemen)
  8. Arrest
  9. Assassin
  10. Barcelona
  11. Bijou
  12. Blag
  13. Breakdown
  14. Breakthru
  15. Celebration
  16. C-lebrity
  17. Contact
  18. Cyborg
  19. Dancer
  20. Delilah
  21. Diner
  1. Drowse
  2. Earth
  3. Ensueno
  4. Escape
  5. FBI
  6. Feelings
  7. Fire
  8. Flash
  9. Forever
  10. Gazelle
  11. God (The Dream Is Over)
  12. Green
  13. Gun
  14. Hangman
  15. Happiness
  16. Headlong
  17. Heartland
  18. Impromptu
  19. Innuendo
  20. Jealousy
  1. Jesus
  2. Killing
  3. Landscape
  4. Liar (Queen version)
  5. Liar (The Cross version)
  6. Loneliness...
  7. Macbeth
  8. Machines
  9. Manipulator
  10. Millionaire
  11. Misfire
  12. Mustapha
  13. Nevermore
  14. Party
  15. Phone
  16. Procession
  17. Pursuit
  18. Rain
  19. Resurrection
  20. Revelations
  1. Robbery
  2. Runaway
  3. Sandbox
  4. Scandal
  5. Sideburns
  6. Small
  7. Small (Reprise)
  8. Smile
  9. Space
  10. Starfleet
  11. Stealin'
  12. Storm
  13. Surrender
  14. Time
  15. Tonight
  16. Up
  17. Victory
  18. Voodoo
  19. Warboys
  20. Yeah

Most Words In Song Titles (excluding subtitles):

  1. I Don't Want Nobody Else Teasin' Around With Me (9 words)
  2. I Can't Get You Out Of My Head (8 words)
  3. There Must Be More To Life Than This (8 words)
  4. When This Tired Old Body Wants To Sing (8 words)
  5. A Dozen Red Roses For My Darling (7 words)
  6. A Kind Of A Kind Of Magic (7 words)
  7. Friends Will Be Friends Will Be Friends (7 words)
  8. In The Lap Of The Gods... Revisited (7 words)
  9. These Are The Days Of Our Lives (7 words)

Letters In Song Titles


Fewest Letters In Song Titles (excluding subtitles):

Most Letters In Song Titles (excluding subtitles):

  1. I Don't Want Nobody Else Teasin' Around With Me (37 letters)
  2. Friends Will Be Friends Will Be Friends (33 letters)
  3. When This Tired Old Body Wants To Sing (31 letters)
  4. There Must Be More To Life Than This (29 letters)
  5. The Fairy Feller's Masterstroke (27 letters)
  6. A Dozen Red Roses For My Darling (26 letters)
  7. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (26 letters)
  8. In The Lap Of The Gods... Revisited (26 letters)
  9. Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow (26 letters)

Most Distinct Letters In Song Titles (including subtitles):

  1. Love Lies Bleeding (She Was A Wicked, Wily Waitress) (18 letters)
  2. Flash's Theme Reprise (Victory Celebrations) (17 letters)
  3. I Don't Want Nobody Else Teasing Around With Me (17 letters)
  4. The Ring (Hypnotic Seduction Of Dale) (17 letters)
  5. Woman, You're So Beautiful (But Still A Pain In The Ass) (17 letters)
  6. Hot Patootie (Whatever Happened To A Saturday Night) (16 letters)
  7. I Cry For You (Love, Hope and Confusion) (16 letters)
  8. Two Sharp Pencils (Get Bad) (16 letters)

Numbers In Song Titles


Numeric Numbers:

Word Numbers:

Tenuous Word Numbers:


Queen Song Writer Analysis


This table summarises how many songs each member of the group has contributed to Queen albums over the years. The figures ignore retitled tracks (eg 'Blurred Vision' and 'A Dozen Red Roses For My Darling'), re-recordings, and also 'Queen Talks', 'Yeah' and 'Track 13', which don't really count as proper songs. Also, 'Seven Seas Of Rhye', 'It's A Beautiful Day' and 'Small' are all counted twice, while 'My Life Has Been Saved' is only counted once.

  1973-1975 1976-1979 1980-1984 1986-1991 1992-2008 Total
No. Of Albums 4 3 4 3 2 16
Album Tracks 46 34 48 31 24 183
Non Album Tracks 2 1 4 10 4 21
Queen songs 1 0 1 29 5 36
Roger songs 4 5 9 2 2 22
Brian songs 17 13 16 4 1 51
Freddie songs 23 12 14 1 2 52
John songs 2 5 6 1 0 14
Other songs 1 0 6 4 18 29
Total 48 35 52 41 28 204

The column for '1992-2008' includes 'Made In Heaven', 'The Cosmos Rocks', 'No-One But You' and 46664 tracks. The other writing credits are:


Queen Songs Written By Queen


This section attempts to identify the main writer of the tracks credited to Queen and Queen + Paul Rodgers, by considering the style of the song, other tracks written by each member, and live performances. I have also drawn on Andy's Queen Page and his opinions, and information supplied by Annick Richez. Although I agree for many of the tracks, there are a few where I disagree.

Miscellaneous Tracks

The Miracle (1989)

Innuendo (1991)

Made In Heaven (1995)

46664 (2003)

The Cosmos Rocks (2008)


Songs Written With Other People


This list summarises the tracks which were written by a member of Queen with other people. The list includes original compositions only, and the entries are ordered alphabetically by guest writer.

Song Titles Not Mentioned In Their Lyrics


This section lists the songs whose title is not included in it's lyrics. Obviously, this ignores instrumentals, but retitled remixes, reprises and non-instrumental themes are also ignored.

Songs With No Title Words In Lyrics:

  1. Blag
  2. Bohemian Rhapsody
  3. Ensueno
  4. Exercises In Free Love
  5. Future Management (You Don't Need Nobody Else) (although it's subtitle does appear)
  6. Ideas
  7. Il Colosso
  8. La Japonaise
  9. One Rainy Wish
  10. Overture Piccante
  11. Rachmaninov's Revenge
  12. Tenement Funster
  13. The Dark
  14. The Duet
  15. The Fallen Priest

Songs With Some Title Words In Lyrics:

  1. A Winter's Tale
  2. Be My Gal (My Brightest Spark) (main title and subtitle both appear, but not together)
  3. Brighton Rock
  4. Guide Me Home
  5. Interlude In Constantinople
  6. I Wanna Testify
  7. Nazis 1994
  8. The Business
  9. The Hero
  10. The Millionaire Waltz
  11. The Golden Boy
  12. The Prophet's Song
  13. The Shores Of Formentera
  14. The Unblinking Eye (Everything Is Broken) (main title and subtitle both appear, but not together)

Songs Whose Subtitles Do Not Appear In It's Lyrics (ignoring soundtracks):

  1. Death On Two Legs (Dedicated To.....)
  2. Gimme The Prize (Kurgan's Theme)
  3. Life Is Real (Song For Lennon)
  4. Sail Away Sweet Sister (To The Sister I Never Had)
  5. She Makes Me (Stormtrooper In Stilettos)

Places In Lyrics


The following real places are all mentioned in Queen or solo songs, and are listed in order of frequency then alphabetically.

Countries and Continents:

  1. USA (Now I'm Here, Bicycle Race, Amandla, Mr Bad Guy, Cowboys And Indians, Old Men, Revelations)
  2. China (Killer Queen, Old Men, China Belle)
  3. Panama (Old Men, Cosmos Rockin')
  4. Afghanistan (The Unblinking Eye (Everything Is Broken))
  5. Africa (Amandla)
  6. Bali (Was It All Worth It)
  7. Brazil (The Key)
  8. Europe (The Unblinking Eye (Everything Is Broken))
  9. Iran (Old Men)
  10. Lebanon (Old Men)
  11. Russia (Old Men)
  12. Ukraine (Revelations)
  13. Vatican (Old Men)
  14. Vietnam (Bicycle Race)

Towns, Cities and Miscellaneous:

  1. New York (Let Me Entertain You, New York, 'New York, New York')
  2. Hollywood (Cowboys And Indians, All The Way From Memphis)
  3. Liverpool (No More Fun, All The Way From Memphis)
  4. London (Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon, London Town - C'mon Down)
  5. Memphis (No More Fun, All The Way From Memphis)
  6. Miami (Airheads) and Miami Beach (Cosmos Rockin')
  7. New Orleans (Let Me Entertain You, No More Fun)
  8. Paris (Killer Queen, The Key)
  9. Abu Dhabi (China Belle)
  10. Alonso North Shore (Surf's Up... School's Out)
  11. Babylon (The Miracle)
  12. Barcelona (Barcelona)
  13. Beijing (China Belle)
  14. Bethlehem (Jesus)
  15. Bondi Beach (Cosmos Rockin')
  16. Bradford (All The Way From Memphis)
  17. Broadway (C-lebrity)
  18. Bude (Two Sharp Pencils)
  19. Cape Town or Cape Of Good Hope (Invincible Hope)
  20. Constantinople (Interlude In Constantinople)
  21. Dundee (Two Sharp Pencils)
  22. Formentera (The Shores Of Formentera)
  23. Geisha Minah (Killer Queen)
  24. Leeds (Airheads)
  25. Liverpool (Airheads)
  26. Los Angeles (Racing In The Streets)
  27. Louisiana (Cowboys And Indians)
  28. Oriole (All The Way From Memphis)
  29. Port Elizabeth (Invincible Hope)
  30. Siam (China Belle)
  31. Tiananmen Square (China Belle)
  32. Transkei (Invincible Hope)

The following songs have the most references:

  1. Old Men (Lay Down) (7)
  2. All The Way From Memphis (5)
  3. China Belle (5)
  4. Airheads (3)
  5. Cosmos Rockin' (3)
  6. Cowboys And Indians (3)
  7. Invincible Hope (3)
  8. Killer Queen (3)
  9. No More Fun (3)

People In Lyrics


The following people are all mentioned in Queen or solo songs, and are listed in order of frequency, then alphabetically. References are only included if they are intended - eg 'Killer Queen' is not included as having a reference to 'Queen'. These lists also exclude film soundtracks and 'We Will Rock You' musical lyrics, which feature references to characters.

Groups:

  1. Queen (I Go Crazy and We Will Rock You (with Five))
  2. Five (We Will Rock You (with Five))
  3. Mott The Hoople (Now I'm Here)
  4. The Rolling Stones (I Go Crazy)

Queen Connections:

  1. Gerry Stickells (Let Me Entertain You)
  2. Reinhardt Mack (Dragon Attack)

Musicians:

  1. Jimi Hendrix (Drowse, The Miracle, One Rainy Wish)
  2. Elvis Presley (Cowboys And Indians, Believe In Yourself)
  3. Buddy Holly (Hot Patootie)
  4. Cliff Richard (A Nation Of Haircuts)
  5. Duane Eddy (Believe In Yourself)
  6. James Brown (Cowboys And Indians)
  7. John Lennon (Life Is Real)
  8. Keith Richard (A Nation Of Haircuts)
  9. Madonna (People On Streets)
  10. Michael Jackson (People On Streets)

Film Stars:

  1. Clint Eastwood (Drowse)
  2. Doris Day (Rough Justice)
  3. Fred Astaire (Man On The Prowl)
  4. James Dean (Cowboys And Indians)
  5. John Wayne (Bicycle Race)
  6. Kim Basinger (Queen Talks)
  7. Rudolph Valentino (Good Old Fashioned Loverboy)

Historical Figures:

  1. Atilla The Hun (Dear Mr Murdoch)
  2. Joan Of Arc (Be My Gal (My Brightest Spark)
  3. Lady Godiva (Don't Stop Me Now)
  4. Marie Antoinette (Killer Queen)
  5. Robin Hood (Rough Justice)
  6. William The Conqueror (Drowse)

Others:

  1. Mona Lisa (The Miracle, Dream Of Thee)
  2. Al Capone (Stone Cold Crazy)
  3. Ayatollah (People On Streets)
  4. Buffalo Bill (The Key)
  5. Dali (Was It All Worth It)
  6. John Soloman Rary (The Whisperers)
  7. Kennedy (Killer Queen)
  8. Khashoggi (Khashoggi's Ship)
  9. Krushev (Killer Queen)
  10. Roseanne Barr (People On Streets)
  11. Rupert Murdoch (Dear Mr Murdoch)
  12. St Peter (I Am The Drummer (In A Rock 'n' Roll Band)
  13. Sullivan (The Whisperers)

The following songs have the most references:

  1. People On Streets (4)
  2. Cowboys And Indians (3)
  3. Drowse (3)
  4. Killer Queen (3)

Finally, the song 'One Vision' was written about Martin Luther King, although it doesn't actually mention him.


Songs Which Are Part Of Segues


This list includes all songs on albums that are part of segues, excluding 'Flash Gordon', 'Furia' and live material. Songs where a definite break (however short) is present are not included:
  1. Bad Attitude / New Dark Ages
  2. Be My Gal (My Brightest Spark) / I Am The Drummer (In A Rock 'n' Roll Band)
  3. Guide Me Home / How Can I Go On
  4. Hand Of Fools / Life Changes
  5. I Can't Dance / Keep Smilin'
  6. In The Lap Of The Gods / Stone Cold Crazy
  7. Is It Me? / No More Fun
  8. Love Token / Resurrection
  9. Nazis 1994 / Happiness / Revelations
  10. Ogre Battle / The Fairy Feller's Masterstroke / Nevermore
  11. One Night Stand / Fight Club / Be With You / Quality Street / I Don't Care
  12. Party / Khashoggi's Ship
  13. Procession / Father To Son / White Queen
  14. Small / Say It's Not True (Roger Taylor)
  15. Space / The Business
  16. Surf's Up... School's Out / Small (Reprise)
  17. Tenement Funster / Flick Of The Wrist / Lily Of The Valley
  18. The Also Rans / Millionaire / Put It All Down To Love
  19. The March Of The Black Queen / Funny How Love Is
  20. The Prophet's Song / Love Of My Life
  21. Tonight / Where Are You Now?

Songs In A Foreign Language


This list includes all songs that have lead vocals that are all (or part) in languages other than English. It excludes however re-recorded tracks in another language, and all tracks from the 'We Will Rock You' musical which have been translated.
  1. Barcelona (Spanish)
  2. Ensueno (Spanish)
  3. La Japonaise (Japanese)
  4. Las Palabras De Amor (Spanish)
  5. Mustapha (Arabic)
  6. Otro Lugar (Spanish)
  7. Teo Torriatte (Japanese)

Alternative Vocalists


This list includes all songs that are not sung by the regular vocalist, so includes Queen songs not sung by Freddie, and The Cross songs not sung by Roger. Songs where vocals are shared are also included, as long as the alternative vocalist sings a large proportion of the song, and not just a couple of lines.

Queen songs sung by Roger Taylor:

  1. A Human Body
  2. Drowse
  3. Fight From The Inside
  4. Fun It
  5. Hijack My Heart
  6. I'm In Love With My Car
  7. Let Me Live
  8. Modern Times Rock And Roll
  9. More Of That Jazz
  10. No-One But You
  11. Rock It (Prime Jive)
  12. Say It's Not True
  13. Tenement Funster
  14. The Loser In The End

Queen songs sung by Brian May:

  1. '39
  2. All Dead, All Dead
  3. Good Company
  4. Leaving Home Ain't Easy
  5. Let Me Live
  6. Long Away
  7. Lost Opportunity
  8. Mother Love
  9. No-One But You
  10. Sail Away Sweet Sister
  11. Say It's Not True
  12. She Makes Me
  13. Sleeping On The Sidewalk
  14. Someday One Day

Queen songs recorded with Freddie with Other Vocalists:

  1. Under Pressure (vocals by David Bowie)

Solo songs

  1. 'Barcelona' album (vocals by Montserrat Caballe)
  2. Better Things (vocals by Clayton Moss)
  3. Heartland (vocals by Peter Noone)
  4. Heaven For Everyone (vocals by Freddie Mercury)
  5. Il Colosso (vocals by Sissel)
  6. Passion For Trash (demo version) (vocals by Joshua J Macrae)
  7. Surrender (vocals by Treanna Morris)
  8. What Are We Made Of (vocals by Sissel)

Guest Musicians


The following musicians have all appeared on Queen or solo records, and are well known members of other groups, outside of the world of Queen.
  1. Jeff Beck - guitar on 'The Guv'nor' and Roger's version of 'Say It's Not True'
  2. Chad (of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers) - drums or bass on the Rick Rubin Remixes of 'We Will Rock You'
  3. Phil Chen - bass on 'Starfleet Project', 'Final Destination' and 'Foreign Sand'
  4. Flea (of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers) - drums or bass on the Rick Rubin Remixes of 'We Will Rock You'
  5. David Garrett - violin on 'How Can I Go On' on the 'Barcelona - Special Edition' album
  6. Alan Gratzer - drums on 'Starfleet Project'
  7. Taylor Hawkins - drums on 'Cyborg'
  8. Ian Hunter - special guest raconteur on 'All The Way From Memphis'
  9. Fred Mandel - synthesiser arrangement and programming on 'Radio Ga Ga', piano finale on 'Man On The Prowl', synthesisers on 'I Want To Break Free', Candy-Floss on 'Hammer To Fall', piano on 'Starfleet Project', and piano, guitars and synths on the 'Mr Bad Guy' album
  10. Arif Mardin - horns on 'Staying Power'
  11. Neil Murray - bass on numerous songs, mainly with Brian
  12. Rick Parfitt - guitars on 'It's An Illusion' and 'FBI' and co-writer of 'It's An Illusion'
  13. Cozy Powell - drums on numerous songs, mainly with Brian
  14. Francis Rossi - guitars on 'FBI'
  15. Dave Stewart - unknown contribution to 'Amandla', but probably guitar or keyboards
  16. Edward Van Halen - guitars on 'Starfleet Project'
  17. Vonlichten - orchestral parts and mixing of 'We Will Rock You Vonlichten'
  18. Yoshiki - arrangement, pianos and synthesisers on 'Foreign Sand' and 'Final Destination', and drums on 'Foreign Sand'

In addition, all four members of Queen have also performed on solo tracks by other members:


Other Instruments On Queen Records


The following instruments have all been played by members of Queen on Queen records. The instruments here are arranged by who played them, with the members' usual instruments appearing first, and it only includes those instruments which are actually credited on the various album sleeves. There are five albums for which no credits are given, these being 'Jazz', 'The Game', 'Hot Space', 'The Works' and 'The Miracle'. Obviously some of the 'instruments' listed here are made up, such as tantrums, but are included anyway. This is only a very basic guide, so for a more comprehensive list, see the 'Bechstein Debauchery' site.

Roger Taylor:

Brian May:

Freddie Mercury:

John Deacon


Re-Recorded Songs


This is list of Queen and solo songs which have been re-recorded by different (Queen-related) artists, excluding musical tracks and collaborations. Tracks which were re-worked, featuring different lyrics, are not included.
  1. Cosmos Rockin' (retitled 'Whole House Rockin') (Queen + Paul Rodgers 2008, Roger Taylor 2013)
  2. Doing Alright (Smile 1969, Queen 1973)
  3. Final Destination (The Cross 1990, Roger Taylor 1994)
  4. Heaven For Everyone (The Cross 1988, Queen 1995)
  5. I Was Born To Love You (Freddie Mercury 1985, Queen 1995)
  6. Made In Heaven (Freddie Mercury 1985, Queen 1995)
  7. Say It's Not True (Queen + Paul Rodgers 2008, Roger Taylor 2013)
  8. Small (Queen + Paul Rodgers 2008, Roger Taylor 2013)
  9. Too Much Love Will Kill You (Brian May 1992, Queen 1995)
  10. We Are The Champions (Queen 1977, 2001 (with Robbie Williams))
  11. We Will Rock You (Queen 1977 (two versions), 2000 (with Five), 2003 (with John Farnham) and 2004 (with Beyonce, Britney Spears and Pink))