A Night at the Opera - Queen

A Night at the Opera


  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1975-11-21
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2014 Hollywood Records, Inc.


Play Title Time Download
Death On Two Legs (Dedicated T 3:43  
Lazing On a Sunday Afternoon 1:07  
I'm In Love With My Car 3:05  
You're My Best Friend 2:52  
'39 3:30  
Sweet Lady 4:03  
Seaside Rendezvous 2:19  
The Prophet's Song 8:20  
Love of My Life 3:39  
Good Company 3:23  
Bohemian Rhapsody 5:54  
God Save the Queen 1:15  


  • Classic

    By NirkOne
    I remember our family getting this for Christmas 1975. I fell in love with this album. Every song is good enough to stand alone. My fav? “39”. jdsb-3
  • Well...

    By 👌💅🐖🍔🥓
    ...It has many amazing parts and songs. I just can’t seem to get over lazing on a Sunday and seaside. Also the middle section of prophets song is a little rough, but still a great song. I wish I could love it more. I guess thats the price of taking all of that time to record the magnificent rhapsody. Queen rules
  • Great Album

    By yoyo mania boy
    This album brought us Bohemian Rhapsody, a classic definitely but there are also some criminally underrated songs on this album, such as Death On Two Legs, '39, Seaside Rendezvous and The Prophet Song. Overall one of Queen's best albums.
  • Greatest Album Of All Time.

    By T_Lyon
    This album consists of some very good songs, but the standout is Bohemian Rhapsody. It is undoubtedly the greatest song of all time, and nothing will ever come close to it. Thank you Queen.
  • Perfection

    By TBone meade
    Along with Innuendo, one of the greatest albums ever recorded. The Prophet Song is unbelievable, and still holds its own today as much as it did when it first came out.
  • A work of art

    By TB Player99
    This is a boundary breaking album for the time and there will never be anything else like it
  • Queen's Sgt Pepper

    By rberto
    Every band has a Sgt Pepper in them, The Who with Tommy, The Stones with Beggar's Banquet, Zep IV and Queen's A Night At the Opera. Queen keeps up what Sheer Heart Attack started, making an eclectic album, covering more styles of music than your typical rock band. Here Queen takes it up to 1000. The song writing, the production and the performaces are breath taking. They keep their foot in the hard rock/prog rock camp with the Prophet's Song, Death on Two Legs, and the glam rock with styles of Sweet Lady, I'm In Love With My Car, but then the flip things with 39, Seaside Rondevuz, Good Company etc... and what can be said about You're my Best Firend and Bohemian Rhapsody. Casual fans should get this album and dig into the albums and look beyond the GHs.
  • Stunning

    By heckyeahchase
    Prophet's Song, Love of my Life, Bohemian Rhapsody. The whole album is amazing.
  • Queen awesome music

    By Choclab1
    This album came out in 1975 when I graduated from H/S It had me rockin out to all the songs it's a must have for me.
  • "Simply a masterpiece" - Bōb Ë. Bērėnß

    By Bobby Behrens
    Who doesn't like Queen and Chardinoit on a rainy Sunday?


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