Combining an outrageously flamboyant stage persona with an immense talent for writing catchy and complex songs -- in addition to possessing one of the greatest voices in modern music -- vocalist Freddie Mercury remains one of rock’s all-time greatest entertainers. Alongside Queen bandmates guitarist Brian May, bassist John Deacon, and drummer Roger Taylor, Mercury initially emerged as one of the most indelible rock artists of the 1970s. Working at first largely within the hard rock genre, Mercury embraced a wide array of sounds with Queen ranging from classical to music hall, from glitter to prog rock, eventually even making influential forays into funk and disco as the band progressed into the '80s. Mercury's albums with Queen are considered classics and spawned a large number of hits including "Killer Queen," "Bohemian Rhapsody," "We ...
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The Very Best of Freddie Mercury Solo: Lover of Life, Singer of Songs 2006 The Very Best of Freddie Mercury Solo: Lover of Life, Singer of Songs
 
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Mr. Bad Guy 1985 Mr. Bad Guy
 
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