1978 saw Queen score a big double-sided hit in their homeland of England -- a single that contained the merry Freddie Mercury tune "Bicycle Race" on one side and a sleazy piece of Brian May rock on the other, "Fat Bottomed Girls." The band caught some flack from longtime fans who felt that the band had no business doing risqué rock and should stick with positive and spiritually based anthems (such as "Somebody to Love," "We Are the Champions," "Keep Yourself Alive," etc.). Looking back, though, it's not nearly as raunchy as some made it out to be -- and remains one of Queen's best rockers. The song is based on a detuned guitar riff that is both bluesy and metallic, while the song begins with its chorus -- as Queen shows off their impeccable vocal harmony skills (reminiscent here to that of California country cowboys the Eagles). Although the song was rarely played live, it remains a classic rock radio favorite to this day.