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queen singles discographyQueen was a British rock band who rose to fame in the 1970’s with hits such as Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, and We Are The Champions, great songwriting, and a charismatic frontman in Freddie Mercury.  Here is the Queen singles discography.

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Queen Singles Discography

 

Songwriting and Production

Deacon – John Deacon
May – Brian May
Mercury – Freddie Mercury
Taylor – Roger Taylor

 

Elektra EK-45863
Sep. 1973
Produced by John Anthony, Roy Thomas Baker
A.  Keep Yourself Alive – 3:42 – Queen
B.  Son And Daughter – 3:22 – Queen

 

Elektra EK-45884
Feb. 1974
Produced by John Anthony, Roy Thomas Baker
A.  Liar – 3:03 – Queen
B.  Doing All Right – 4:11 – Queen

 

Elektra EK-45891
June 1974
Produced by Roy Thomas Baker, Queen
A.  Seven Seas Of Rhye – 2:47 – Mercury
B.  See What A Fool I’ve Been – 4:30 – May

 

Elektra E-45226
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 8 Feb. 1975, peak – 12, stay – 19 weeks
Produced by Roy Thomas Baker, Queen
A.  Killer Queen – 3:00 – Mercury
B.  Flick Of The Wrist – 3:18 – Mercury

 

Elektra E-45268
Aug. 1975
Produced by Roy Thomas Baker, Queen
A.  Keep Yourself Alive – 3:29 – May
B.  Lily Of The Valley / God Save The Queen – 2:56 – Mercury / Trad.

 

Elektra E-45297
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 3 Jan. 1976, peak – 9, stay – 24 weeks
Produced by Roy Thomas Baker, Queen
A.  Bohemian Rhapsody – 5:55 – Mercury
B.  I’m In Love With My Car – 3:05 – Taylor

 

Elektra E-45318
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 22 May 1976, peak – 16, stay – 16 weeks
Produced by Roy Thomas Baker, Queen
A.  You’re My Best Friend – 2:50 – Deacon
B.  ’39 – 3:25 – May

 

Elektra E-45362
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 27 Nov. 1976, peak – 13, stay – 15 weeks
Produced by Queen
A.  Somebody To Love – 4:53 – Mercury
B.  White Man – 4:57 – May

 

Elektra E-45385
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 19 Mar. 1977, peak – 49, stay – 6 weeks
Produced by Queen
A.  Tie Your Mother Down – 3:43 – May
B.  Drowse – 3:41 – Taylor

 

Elektra E-45412
June 1977
Produced by Queen
A.  Long Away – 3:30 – Queen
B.  You And I – 3:25 – Queen
Note:  The label lists Queen as the composer for both titles; however, May wrote the A-side and Deacon the B-side.

 

Elektra E-45441
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 22 Oct. 1977, peak – 4, stay – 27 weeks
Produced by Queen
A.  We Are The Champions – 3:00 – Mercury
B.  We Will Rock You – 2:01 – May

 

Elektra E-45478
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 13 May 1978, peak – 74, stay – 5 weeks
Produced by Queen
A.  It’s Late – 6:26 – May
B.  Sheer Heart Attack – 3:25 – Taylor

 

Elektra E-45541
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 11 Nov. 1978, peak – 24, stay – 12 weeks
Produced by Queen, Roy Thomas Baker
A.  Bicycle Race – 3:01 – Mercury
B.  Fat Bottomed Girls – 3:22 – May

 

Elektra E-46008
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 17 Feb. 1979, peak – 86, stay – 4 weeks
Produced by Queen, Roy Thomas Baker
A.  Don’t Stop Me Now – 3:27 – Mercury
B.  More Of That Jazz – 4:10 – Taylor

 

Elektra E-46039
Apr. 1979
Produced by Queen, Roy Thomas Baker
A.  Jealousy – 3:11 – Mercury
B.  Fun It – 3:29 – Taylor

 

Elektra E-46532
Aug. 1979
Produced by Queen
A.  We Will Rock You – 3:07 – May
B.  Let Me Entertain You – 3:04 – Mercury

 

Elektra E-46579
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 22 Dec. 1979, peak – 1 (4 weeks), stay – 22 weeks
Produced by Queen
A.  Crazy Little Thing Called Love – 2:44 – Mercury
B.  Spread Your Wings – 5:18 – Deacon
Note:  Some issues incorrectly show the B-side composer as Mercury.

 

Elektra E-46652
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 28 Jun. 1980, peak – 42, stay – 9 weeks
Produced by Queen
A.  Play The Game – 3:23 – Mercury
B.  A Human Body – 3:40 – Taylor

 

Elektra E-47031
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 16 Aug. 1980, peak – 1 (3 weeks), stay – 31 weeks
Produced by Queen
A.  Another One Bites The Dust – 3:32 – Deacon
B.  Don’t Try Suicide – 3:50 – Mercury

 

Elektra E-47086
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 29 Nov. 1980, peak – 44, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Queen
A.  Need Your Loving Tonight – 2:47 – Deacon
B.  Rock It (Prime Jive) – 4:29 – Taylor

 

Elektra E-47092
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 17 Jan. 1981, peak – 42, stay – 10 weeks
Produced by Brian May, Reinhold Mack
A.  Flash’s Theme AKA Flash – 2:45 – May
B.  Football Fight – 1:29 – Mercury

 

Elektra E-47235
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 7 Nov. 1981, peak – 29, stay – 15 weeks
Produced by Queen, David Bowie (A-side), Queen, Reinhold Mack (B-side)
A.  Under Pressure – 4:05 – Queen, David Bowie
B.  Soul Brother – 3:35 – Queen
Shown as by Queen And David Bowie (A-side), Queen (B-side)

 

Elektra E-47452
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 1 May 1982, peak – 11, stay – 14 weeks
Produced by Queen, Reinhold Mack
A.  Body Language – 4:32 – Mercury
B.  Life Is Real (Song For Lennon) – 3:31 – Mercury

 

Elektra 7-69981
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 31 Jul. 1982, peak – 60, stay – 6 weeks
Produced by Queen, Reinhold Mack
A.  Calling All Girls – 3:50 – Taylor
B.  Put Out The Fire – 3:18 – May

 

Elektra 7-69941
Nov. 1982
Produced by Queen, Reinhold Mack
A.  Back Chat – 4:10 – Deacon
B.  Staying Power – 4:12 – Mercury

 

Capitol B-5317
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 18 Feb. 1984, peak – 16, stay – 13 weeks
Produced by Queen, Reinhold Mack
A.  Radio Ga Ga – 4:24 – Taylor
B.  I Go Crazy – 3:42 – May

 

Capitol B-5350
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 28 Apr. 1984, peak – 45, stay – 8 weeks
Produced by Queen, Reinhold Mack
A.  I Want To Break Free – 4:21 – Deacon
B.  Machines (Or “Back To Humans”) – 5:03 – May, Taylor

 

Capitol B-5372
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 28 Jul. 1984, peak – 72, stay – 4 weeks
Produced by Queen, Reinhold Mack
A.  It’s A Hard Life – 4:07 – Mercury
B.  Is This The World We Created…? – 2:13 – Mercury, May

 

Capitol B-5424
Oct. 1984
Produced by Queen, Reinhold Mack
A.  Hammer To Fall (Edit Of Special New ‘Headbanger Mix’) – 3:37 – May
B.  Tear It Up – 3:26 – May

 

Capitol B-5530
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 7 Dec. 1985, peak – 61, stay – 10 weeks
Produced by Queen, Reinhold Mack
A.  One Vision – 4:00 – Queen
B.  Blurred Vision – 4:40 – Queen

 

Capitol B-5568
Mar. 1986
Produced by Queen, Reinhold Mack (A-side), Queen, David Richards (B-side)
A.  Princes Of The Universe – 3:31 – Mercury
B.  A Dozen Red Roses For My Darling (Instrumental) – 4:41 – Taylor

 

Capitol B-5590
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 21 Jun. 1986, peak – 42, stay – 11 weeks
Produced by Queen, David Richards
A.  A Kind Of Magic – 4:23 – Taylor
B.  Gimme The Prize (Kurgan’s Theme) – 4:32 – May

 

Capitol B-5633
Sep. 1986
Produced by Queen, Reinhold Mack, David Richards (A-side), Queen, David Richards (B-side)
A.  Pain Is So Close To Pleasure – 3:56 – Mercury, Deacon
B.  Don’t Lose Your Head – 4:35 – Taylor

 

Capitol B-44372
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 13 May 1989, peak – 50, stay – 10 weeks
Produced by Queen, David Richards
A.  I Want It All – 4:02 – Queen
B.  Hang On In There – 3:46 – Queen

 

Hollywood PRCD-8319
Jan. 1991
Produced by Queen, David Richards
A.  Innuendo – 6:31 – Queen
Note:  CD single

 

Hollywood HR 64920-4
May 1991
Produced by Queen, David Richards (A-side), Queen, David Bowie (B-side)
A.  Headlong – 4:30 – Queen
B.  Under Pressure – 4:04 – Queen, David Bowie
Shown as by Queen (A-side), Queen and David Bowie (B-side)
Note:  Cassette single

 

Hollywood HR-64868-4
Sep. 1991
Produced by Queen, David Richards
A.  These Are The Days Of Our Lives – 4:10 – Queen
B.  Bijou – 3:36 – Queen
Note:  Cassette single

 

Hollywood 7-64794
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 21 Mar. 1992, peak – 2, stay – 17 weeks
Produced by Queen, Roy Thomas Baker (A-side), Queen, David Richards (B-side)
A.  Bohemian Rhapsody – 5:59 – Mercury
B.  The Show Must Go On – 4:31 – Queen

 

Hollywood HR-64725-4
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 11 Jul. 1992, peak – 52, stay – 14 weeks
Produced Queen (A1, A2), Queen, David Richards (B-side)
A1.  We Are The Champions – 2:59 – Mercury
A2.  We Will Rock You / We Are The Champions – 5:00 – May / Mercury
B.  These Are The Days Of Our Lives – 4:10 – Queen
Note:  Cassette single

 

Hollywood HR-65925-2
1992
Produced by Queen
A.  We Are The Champions – 2:59 – Mercury
B.  We Will Rock You / We Are The Champions – 5:00 – May / Mercury
Note:  CD single

 

Hollywood Basic HB-66573-4
1992
Produced by Queen
A1.  We Will Rock You – 5:00 – May
A2.  We Will Rock You (ruined instrumental) – 2:10 – May
B1.  We Are The Champions – 3:25 – Mercury
B2.  We Will Rock You (Big Beat A Cappella) – 2:05 – May
B3.  We Will Rock You (Zulu Scratch A Cappella) – 1:25 – May
Note:  Cassette single

 

Hollywood HR-64647-4
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 15 May 1993, peak – 30, stay – 9 weeks
Produced by George Michael, Queen (A-side), B-side producer not listed
A.  Somebody To Love – 5:15 – Mercury
B.  Love Of My Life – 5:22 – Mercury
Shown as by George Michael and Queen (A-side), Queen (B-side)
Note:  Cassette single

 

Hollywood HR-64005-2
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 20 Jan. 1996, peak – 118, stay – 2 weeks
Producer not listed
A.  Too Much Love Will Kill You – 4:20 – Elizabeth Lamers, May, Frank Musker
B.  Rock In Rio Blues – 4:33 – Queen
Note:  CD single
Note:  Also released as a cassette single (Hollywood HR 64005-4)

 

Hollywood HR-64006-2
1995
Produced by Queen (A-side), Queen, Reinhold Mack (B-side)
A.  Heaven For Everyone (edit) – 4:43 – Taylor
B.  Soul Brother – 3:36 – Queen
Note:  CD single

 

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