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Queen is a British rock band that was formed in the heart of London back in the year 1971. The original band members that orchestrated the formation of this amazing band include Brian May who handles the guitar and provides vocal support, Roger Taylor who plays the drums and also provides vocals, John Deacon who handles the bass guitar and Freddie Mercury who is the lead vocalist and also plays the piano. These members make up the entire band and their coming together was definitely a great idea as they’ve been able to spearhead a massive rock movement. The band’s earliest works were influenced by progressive rock but they were dynamic enough to be able to venture into more conventional and even other genres that were considered radio friendly. This they did so that they could be able to gradually build their fame and popularity.
It was a good idea for them to be dynamic because they would have missed out on the opportunity of being popular. The band needed airplay in order for them to be known and this could only happen if they could play conventional tunes. Luckily, the band’s talent was able to do this and this is how they came to be known. They incorporated a number of diverse and innovative styles in their music. The band enjoyed a great amount of success in the United Kingdom with their debut album and even with their follow up album. The release of the 1974 album titled Sheer Heart Attack is what propelled the band to greater heights. They took advantage of the album’s hype with a 1975 follow up album titled A Night at the Opera and there was no stopping them ever since then. By the early eighties, Queens were regarded as one of the largest rock albums in the world.