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Queen: The Gems Beyond The Gilded Headgear Of The Greatest Hits
The Quietus , November 26th, 2009 10:39

With yet another Queen Greatest Hits flying off the shelves, the Quietus sat down to come up with a list and Spotify playlist of their lesser known brilliance

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This Tuesday marked the 18th anniversary of Freddie Mercury's death, but thankfully brought us no closer to using up the seemingly bottomless well of love for his band Queen.

In an age when people no longer buy records it was reported this week that yet another singles anthology culled from the band's back catalogue has shipped in excess of a quarter of a million copies in its first week of release.

As much as the Quietus is a fan of the 7" and the pop single in general we feel that even after you've given the nod to tracks such as 'Hammer To Fall', 'Seven Seas Of Rye', 'Now I'm Here' and 'Don't Stop Me Now', restricting yourself to a Queen hits comp doesn't even give you half the picture.

So here is the inaugural Beyond The Hits, focussing on the cream of Queen's album tracks, as chosen by our panel of experts (some hairy dudes we like drinking beer with and discussing rock music with) including John Tatlock (Quietus, NME), Manish Agarwal (Jagjaguwar, Mojo), Ben Myers (man of Letters), Jeremy Allen (Stool Pigeon, White Witches), Dino Gollnick (Quietus), Dan Ross (Quietus, DiS), Tom Davies (Secretly Canadian, Jagjaguwar), John Doran (Quietus, Metal Hammer).

Using ancient methods we have divined what the top tracks are. In no particular order:

'Sheer Heart Attack' from News Of The World (1977)

"A Roger Taylor number, with his take on the emerging punk phenomenon. Essentially 'God Save The Queen' played by an incredibly tight group, it's like riding a motorcycle into a brick wall: hard, noisy and probably ill-advised, but certainly a bracing experience.

"Not only my favourite Queen song, but probably one of the best songs ever recorded. Makes most other songs that are not either 'Ace Of Spades' or 'Angel Of Death' pale by comparison." John Doran

'Dear Friends' from Sheer Heart Attack

"This 70-second sketch features a beautifully restrained vocal from Mercury, and some warm, sensitive backing vocals from Brian May. Mercury's lead tells a short tale of love lost and regaining confidence – hardly a novel one, but in these hands it's as potent as any emotional pop song four times the length. Almost pastoral in its feeling and hymnal in its homophony, it is a rare moment of peace and real sadness that, when digested amongst the pomp and vigour of its parent album, sits extremely prettily." Dan Ross

'Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy' from A Day at the Races

"Without a doubt one of the campest of all Queen tracks. How many other people, at that time, we're writing lyrics like this: 'Dining at the Ritz we'll meet at nine precisely / I will pay the bill, you taste the wine / Driving back in style, in my saloon will do quite nicely / Just take me back to yours that will be fine (Come on and get it).' No one, that's who." Tom Davies

'Death On Two Legs' from A Night At The Opera

"This retains much of the metal pomp of their early works, a bitchy ode apparently dedicated to their former manager Norman Sheffield, though it sounds more like bitter retribution from a spurned lover. Whoever it is written to is apparently a 'dog with disease' and 'just an old barrow boy'. Ostentatious and deliciously ludicrous, with a foreboding piano arpeggio intro that would surely make Muse blush, in burst Queen, with Brian May in particular employing the Red Special with understated yet devastatingly effective dexterity. Even he rarely made metal on wood weep so effectively." Jeremy Allen

'Get Down, Make Love' from News of the World (1977)

"Queen album sleeves throughout the 70s routinely bore the notice 'No synthesisers!' This wasn't down to some grasping for rock cred on their part, but because Brian May's multi-layered and effects-drenched guitar excursions were sometimes mistaken for electronics, and the band wanted to show off that they were making all this noise with standard rock instrumentation.

"This is a strange enough minimalist pulse of a song from the outset, but the middle section, where May pulls out every guitar processing trick the mid 70s had to offer is something else entirely; experimental, futuristic and deranged." John Tatlock

'Brighton Rock' from Sheer Heart Attack

This was Queen when they were dripping in post-Dolls/post-Jagger limp-wristed glitter rock decadance. The sound of a pre-stadium madness band hitting their stride. But if the Dolls and their ilk were singing about Manhattan life street fighting men, Queen were dreaming of limo's to the seaside, days at the races and nights at the opera. Krug and cucumber sandwiches darling - and lots of it.

All of that was still to come of course, but this was the moment that hinted that histrionic guitars, operatic vocals and a malevolent sounding rhythm section that could keep up with anything Led Zeppelin could knock out might just pay massive dividends. There's fairground sounds, there's a mid-song guitar breakdown, there's drums that gallop like wild horses and a Graham Greene inspired tale of two lovers hitting the seedy English coast ''Neath the gay illumination, all along the promenade...'" Ben Myers

'Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon' from A Night at the Opera

"This gets my vote because it's the most odd song they could have chosen to follow the crazy opening of 'Death on Two Legs'." Tom Davies

'Stone Cold Crazy' from Sheer Heart Attack

"Two minutes and change of locomotive fury, 'Stone Cold Crazy' finds Brian May trading his baroque axe majesty for overdriven attack, lightning strike power chordage lashed to the thunder of John Deacon and Roger Taylor's adrenalized rhythm. It's literally breathtaking - hard rock shorn of all roll - and an obvious precursor to thrash metal. Sure enough, the song was revived years later by Metallica, both live (James Hetfield famously tackled it at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert) and on disc (it was released as the B-side to 1991's 'Enter Sandman', a version subsequently compiled on the Garage Inc. covers set). The San Francisco metallers jacked up the macho intensity; Hetfield even tweaked the lyric to reflect his aggressive intent, inserting a few profanities and changing “rubber tommy water gun” to “fully loaded tommy gun”. However, they lost the magic of the original recording, which resides in that uniquely Queenly union between genuine sonic awe and a sly good humour, encapsulated by Freddie's knowingly impassioned delivery. His vocal is a high wire performance, inhabiting the Saturday morning snoozer “dreaming I was Al Capone” while still convincing the listener he's “gotta get away from this stone cold floor”. Camp, yet fearsome." Manish Agarwal

'Mustapha' from Jazz (1978)

"Queen were getting truly demented by this point, and one can only assume that cocaine was extraordinarily pure in 1978. 'Mustapha''s impenetrable lyrics are almost entirely in Persian, apart from some words that Mercury, not a speaker of the language, just made up on the spot. Set to a galloping piano backing, there are no guitars until May's doomy, grinding riff crashes in half-way through. Probably the weirdest opening track in rock LP history." John Tatlock

'Ogre Battle' from Queen II

"There's no denying that Queen II is an absolute scorcher of an album and 'Ogre Battle', taken fromQueen II, in my humble opinion is one of Queen's best numbers. Heavier than any other Queen track before or after, 'Ogre Battle' is their take on Manowar only it came out a cool 10 years before loin cloths and bear skin were first pronounced official Battle Metal gear. Defying pomposity and going in with an eerie sounding reversed tape loop that turns into a bone hard four-plus minutes Viking anthem about yes, ogres and what they get up to on a daily basis (i.e. have a great big fight), this song was a live favourite up until 1978 when Queen opted to replace the track with 'Fat Bottomed Girls' or something like that. The fools!" Dino Gollnick

'She Makes Me (Stormtrooper In Stilletoes)' from Sheer Heart Attack

"The second side of Sheer Heart Attack is markedly more weary, and entertainingly so – with 'She Makes Me' as a sterling centrepiece. One of Brian May's most seemingly sighing, easy compositions, it ultimately devolves into a nightmarish soundscape, encapsulating what Queen were capable of in terms of deploying ideas against any musical backdrop. Uncharacteristically plain vocal melodies, only two or three chords and a wooziness belie the final push, and when what May described as “New York nightmare sounds” kick in, the journey is complete – total unease and atmospheric control." Dan Ross

'Love of My Life' from A Night at the Opera

"Someone's got to vote for this! This is the greatest crowd singalong of all time and is way better than 'We Will Rock You'. It's majestical!" Tom Davies

'It's Late' from News Of The World (1977)

"It's odd that on what could have been classic rock's Thriller the best two tracks weren't selected for a proper release. Dear Fred takes a cheeky late night, last ditch seduction attempt and imbues it with an earth shattering intensity and suggestion of significance; as if he were Sir John Donne reading 'To His Coy Mistress' in red spandex trousers. The song was, of course, released as a single in America, where, shamefully, it didn't even dent the top 70." John Doran

'Fun It' from Jazz (1978)

"Taylor started experimenting with drum machines in this period, and came up with a vaguely New Wave influenced disco metal. Which on paper ought to be terrible, but there's something irresistible about the deadpan silliness of the whole venture." John Tatlock

'Father To Son' from Queen II

"One of Brian May's dirtiest guitar tunes and one of the most harmonically rich, 'Father To Son' is pure, silly drama. Epic familial stories told with the unwavering conviction that rock music is somehow worthy enough to carry that weight were not commonplace amongst the camp crowd, such as it was, and works like this prove that Queen's early, murky albums were as widescreen as any of their later works. Watch out for the outright evil guitar tones at 2:39. Brutal." Daniel Ross

'Tear it Up' from The Works

"I love this one. The production is really unsuited to this brutal early-doors Queen-style stomper one but it's still frickin awesome." Tom Davies

'Cool Cat' from Hot Space (1982)

"Queen completely changed gears for Hot Space, toning down the rock elements and taking their cue from contemporary black music. 'Cool Cat' is an entirely unexpected Prince-like slice of summery soul, with a soaring falsetto vocal from Mercury and strutting Isley Brothers guitar line. They pull it off with more élan than the makers of stodge like 'We Are The Champions' have any right to." John Tatlock

'Was It All Worth It?' from The Miracle

"You've just got to read the lyrics to this one to imagine what he was going through at the time. Must have been incredibly tough to be doing that when no-one really knew exactly what was going on. awesome. I'm a big fan of the softer Queen ones as well as they all out pandemonium ones." Tom Davies

'More of that Jazz' from Jazz (1978)

"One of May's greatest riffs, an obscene snaking coil of funk metal over queasy chord changes and lurching beats. A weirdly disaffected song from the normally triumphal band: 'Only football gives us thrills / Rock & roll just pays the bills' barks a malevolent-sounding Taylor. The proto-sampling cut up sequence at the end has dated horribly, but this is otherwise simultaneously one of the darkest and most inventive songs in their canon." John Tatlock

The Legendary Queen Christmas 1975 show is to be broadcast on BBC2 on Friday November 27th at 11.35pm

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Nov 26, 2009 4:17pm

Hail fellows! Anyone else wondering why no women wanted to contribute to this?

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Daniel Copeman
Nov 26, 2009 4:51pm

What no Innuendo?

Or is that classed as a hit.

Interesting side note is that on the album sleeves that is actually accredited as not just guitar but a minstrel guitar solo.

I heart Queen.

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Nov 26, 2009 4:54pm

In reply to Daniel Copeman:

Innuendo was a chart-topping single:

Hence it falls outside the remit of this survey!

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Nov 26, 2009 5:10pm

i think you are missing 'dragon attack'. A cosmic funk rock monster from 'the game'

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Joseph Stannard
Nov 26, 2009 5:12pm

I'd have had 'Father To Son' from Queen II, 'Hitman' from Innuendo, 'The Prophet's Song' from A Night At The Opera plus 'It's A Beautiful Day', 'Made In Heaven' and 'It's A Beautiful Day (Reprise)' from Made In Heaven, myself.

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Nov 26, 2009 9:04pm

all dead from news of the world. a great song about a cat!

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Stewart Smith
Nov 26, 2009 9:24pm

A great public service this. I was discussing with my friend earlier about the need for a Queen deep cuts comp, and then the Quietus goes and grants my wishes. So much great stuff on here. Great to hear Mustaffa, Brighton Rock and It's Late.
That minstrel guitar solo on Innuendo is played by none other than Steve Howe of Yes. The dueling lead between Howe and May is ridiculously awesome. I'll have to dig out my cassette of Innuendo again. It has some beautiful songs, especially These Are The Days Of Our Lives, which could easily have been mawkish, but is so dignified and touching, and I'm Going Slightly Mad, which I reckon sounds a bit like Coil...

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Nov 26, 2009 10:34pm

In reply to Stewart Smith:

Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy was on Queen Greatest Hits though.

Yours, a pedant

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Nov 27, 2009 9:37am

God lord. My friend and I were emailing the other day about Queen and how brilliant they were, and then this pops up. Some good selections. My personal choices would include 'The Prophet Song', 'Nevermore', 'Sail Away Sweet Sister' and '39'. The bassline to 'Dragon Attack' is a killer.

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Nov 27, 2009 11:07am

'In an age when people no longer buy records'... wtf? How about 'In an age where people stop reading mediocre egocentric internet cobblers after stupid claims such as that?' yeah: far more relevant.

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Nov 27, 2009 12:06pm

Guys: This is an OK list, w/ lotsa stuff I've never heard! Was glad 2 C "It's Late," which mayB coulda bn a hit if it weren't 4 that screaming, out-of-control bash&smash Nding....
I'd also vote 4 "The Prophet's Song," "'39," "Rock It (Prime Jive)," "Need Your Loving Tonight," "The Show Must Go On," "I'm Going Slightly Mad."
It also looks like I need 2 re-check-out those 1st 3 Queen albums....

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Nov 27, 2009 3:30pm

seaside rendezvous!

great news on the Quietus winning some awards by the way.

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John Tatlock
Nov 27, 2009 6:24pm

In reply to damien:

I nominated 'Seaside Rendezvous', actually. That bit in the middle where they make a brass and woodwind section out of lip farting noises is truly a thing of wonder.

I'm wondering in what sense Dames is using the word "egocentric" above. I can't work that out at all.

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Dan Franklin
Nov 28, 2009 12:22am

What about'Son and Daughter'! Queen's heaviest track by far. It has a riff second only to 'In the Lap of the Gods'. It's off the first album but the best version is on the LIVE AT THE BEEB album. It's so sludgy and heavy Iron Monkey lifted it for the track 'House Anxiety'. Great piece, watching thier 1975 gig on BBC2 as I write...

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Nov 28, 2009 9:20pm


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Nov 30, 2009 4:29pm

Pedant Corner:
I'm sure 'Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy' was on the original 'Queen's Greatest Hits'.

And 'Spread Your Wings', the definitive Mercury showtune, must deserve a mention. Although it crops up on the VHS 'Queen's Greatest Flix'.

Oh, and they should've stuck Brian May's Theme From Star Fleet on the recent compilation, 'cos what kind of terrifying nutter would buy 'Brian May's Greatest Hits'?

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Nov 30, 2009 5:01pm

In reply to Jamie:

Another pedant beat me to the punch re: 'Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy'.
Fun tune, though. If I had a sports car I'd play it to my date as I drove her to Pizza Hut.

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John Doran
Nov 30, 2009 5:41pm

In reply to Jamie:

duly noted but Spread Your Wings was a single surely . . .

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Nov 30, 2009 11:12pm

In reply to John Doran:

Well, there you go. I'm doubly wrong.
In mitigation, I was only 6.

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Dec 2, 2009 2:25pm

"39" for the win; Maybe Mays loveliest vocal, gorgeous shimmery acoustic guitars, nicely weird falsetto bit and truly heart touching sci-fi lyrics. It has it all!

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Mad The DJ
Dec 4, 2009 4:32am

"The March Of The Black Queen" should be included in any such list of Queen non-hit greats! Appreciating this song's significance and brilliance seperates the men from the boys (so to speak) when it comes to Queen fandom. The Queen II album is one of the first albums a new fan should by after they explore the Hits collections.

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Dec 5, 2009 4:18pm

Once again, nobody notices "Dead On Time".

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Teresa Johnson
Dec 6, 2009 2:42pm

Well, I'm a woman and I'm here. :-) Sorry, can't pick a "favorite" Queen song. Hell, I can't pick a favorite Queen album, for that matter. I like every one of them. I love the live performances. A lot of the time I prefer a live version over the studio version which is very rare in the music world, in my small opinion.

My "favorites" change with my mood. Luckily, Queen seems to have at least one song for about any occasion, any mood.

I don't play in a band, I don't listen (now) to a lot of different groups, my education in Music Theory is very limited (and I've forgotten most of it, anyway)... I'm certainly no "expert." My only area of expertise is as a listener.

I've been culling songs and groups off my MP3 player (I'm old enough to consider it a wondrous device), until about all I have on it at the moment is Queen and Zep.

I think listening to Queen is a lot like riding a rollercoaster blindfolded. You feel yourself being pulled up, up, up and just when you expect to drop down, they take you sideways with a couple of loop-de-loops thrown in just because they could. When you come to a full stop, you're not quite sure what the hell it was you just did, but you want to do it again!

So, with my sever limitations in mind, can I jump in and play?

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Dec 6, 2009 3:52pm

I did a similar thing a while back and put some of my favourites together in a Spotify playlist, some are the same as above, some different. See what you think:

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Dec 9, 2009 12:11pm

In reply to dave:

Wrong song Dave, thats Cool Cat, from Hot Space.

All Dead All Dead was written by Brian as tribute to a girl he new that died very young.

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Dec 9, 2009 12:24pm

Wow cant belive Im In Love With My Car,s not mentioned.
Id love a cd of heavy stuff such as, Liar, The Fairy Feller,s Master Stroke, Stone Cold Crazy, White man, Shear Heart Attack, Mustaph, Dragon Attack, Flash,Put Out The Fire,Machines,Princess
Of The Univerce, Was It All Worth It, The Hitman, Its A Beautiful Day. Whatever happned to the Queen Rock Box Set that was supposed to come out in 98 i wonder. Love to all you Queenies out there xx

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Shannon Bryony
Dec 16, 2009 6:43pm

"Love of My Life" is not really a 'sing-along' song. It's a paean to grief at Freddie Mercury and Mary Austin's breakup before he went completely gay in his personal l life. I've seen videos of it done as a sing-along and as Freddie's solo cry of sorrow, and the latter is far superior. No better song has ever been created for parting, grief-stricken lovers.

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Mar 8, 2010 10:16pm

Listening to queen is always an emotional roller coaster ride.
Listening to "Was it all worth it" made the tears flow again.

Quite interestingly I never cared for Queen till 1994. It really hurt the first time I found out that be band that made the music isn't there anymore.

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John Silver
Mar 18, 2010 3:08pm

Good selection, but as already mentioned, the omission of the swaggering funk monster that is 'Dragon Attack' is shameful.

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Oct 8, 2010 2:14pm

In reply to Teresa Johnson:

Thankyou, I thought I was the only women to feel this way about Queen! Alot of comments are from men so it is great to hear from a woman. Also this magazine has a great attitude towards Queen unlike that awful Rolling Stone..

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Apr 19, 2013 8:56am

"Millionaire Waltz" - Absolutely no one else in the world could have conceived a song like that.
"Lily of the Valley" - Another Mercury classic
"Good Company" - Classic May songwriting and all kinds of guitaring.
"Someday, one day" - Pure classic May-the guitar orchestration is unique and the way May, Taylor and Deacon combine is exquisite and the vocal harmonies to go with it. Every time I hear this song, I need to go back and listen to again and again-the artistry they have woven around this simple melody is magic.
"The loser in the end" - a real Roger Taylor stomper.
"Long Away" - Again classic Brian May. One of my favourite all time tracks- lyrics-the opening stanza, what a classic -
You might believe in heaven
I would not care to say
For every star in heaven
There's a sad soul here today
Wake up in the morning with a good face
Stare at the moon all day
Lonely as a whisper on a star chase
Does anyone care anyway
For all the prayers in heaven
So much of life's this way

Take heart, my friend, we love you
Though it seems like you're alone
A million lights above you
Smile down upon your home
Hurry put your troubles in a suitcase
Come let the new child play
Lonely as a whisper on a star chase
I'm leaving here, I'm Long Away
For all the stars in heaven
I would not live
I could not live this way

"The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke" leading to "Nevermore"-Mercury Magic here. The vocal harmonies-I dont think anything like this has been attempted ever.
"All Dead" - How artistically well they combine, a May song, with Mercury's unique piano playing, the vocal harmonies, then John and Roger join in.
"Jealousy" - Song construction at its finest-simple yet intricate, strong vocals, unique guitar sound-how well they combine, each bring his uniqueness yet never over the other.
"Dreamers Ball" - Jazz made to Rock! Fun to watch the live version-how well and easily Freddie could connect. Initially, I thought it was Freddie who wrote it, but it was May -
I'll be right on time and I'll dress so fine
You're gonna love me when you see me
I won't have to worry
Take me take me
Promise not to wake me 'till it's morning

"Coming Soon" - Pulsating rhythm with Freddie's soaring vocals

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Apr 19, 2013 8:58am

In reply to Roger:

Wasnt that about his cat?

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Nov 12, 2014 1:37pm

I've scanned the comments and I seem to be the first here to nominate 'Drowse'. Woozily soporific, it's pretty much the best thing Roger ever wrote (imho etc), and one of my favourite Queen performances.

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Sep 4, 2016 9:03am

All Dead, All Dead from News of the World. I know it's about Brian May's cat but it's still touching.

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