Queen II (Deluxe Edition) - Queen

Queen II (Deluxe Edition)


Queen

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1974-03-08
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • ℗ 2014 Hollywood Records, Inc.

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Procession 1:12  
2
Father to Son 6:13  
3
White Queen (As It Began) 4:35  
4
Some Day One Day 4:22  
5
The Loser In the End 4:06  
6
Ogre Battle 4:08  
7
The Fairy Feller's Master-Stro 2:40  
8
Nevermore 1:18  
9
The March of the Black Queen 6:32  
10
Funny How Love Is 2:51  
11
Seven Seas of Rhye 2:46  
12
See What a Fool I've Been 4:22  
13
White Queen (As It Began) 5:34  
14
Seven Seas of Rhye 3:10  
15
Nevermore 1:29  
16
See What a Fool I’ve Been 4:29  

Reviews

  • Very cool album.

    5
    By Reckia6
    A classic. I like both sides of it. My favorite songs are Father To Son, Someday One Day (it reminds me of Jethro Tull) and Ogre Battle. The March of the Black Queen is the craziest song that Queen has ever done. I wish more of their other albums sounded like this one. And I love it when these guys rocked out. A masterpiece.
  • Side White: Side Black

    5
    By Solace1979
    This album is so conceptual and intricate. Not one song is a throwaway. Always has been my favorite. I love the use of harpsichord. @ninjablox - This is the original album cover. The video for BoRhap was shot to make this cover come to life.
  • Cover photo why...

    4
    By NinjaBlox
    The songs are great, but that picture was made for the Bohemian Rhapsody record envelope..
  • Amazing Album

    5
    By Styxqueen
    Queen is amazing and this album is pure rock awesomeness. It is some of Queens best early work

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