Queen Songs Ranked from Worst to Best. Do You Agree?

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Formed in 1970 is London, Queen has become one of the most popular rock bands in the world. It's members, Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, and John Deacon have led the band through many hits and world tours. With fans of all generation, it's no wonder the band has made such a big name for themselves.

We bet you could list some of their top tracks off the top of your head-- they're that good. In fact, Queen still performs and tours being sure to keep their legacy alive.

What are some of your favorite songs the British rock band has released? We've created a list of some of the most popular Queen songs. Go ahead and take a list while voting for your personal favorites!

Bohemian Rhapsody

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Released in 1977, Bohemian Rhapsody has easily became one of the most popular rock songs in the world.

Another One Bites The Dust

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Another One Bites The Dust is part of Queen's eight studio album, The Game.

Killer Queen

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Killer Queen, released in 1974 quickly became Queen's first international hit.

Fat Bottomed Girls

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Guitarist Brian May wrote Fat Bottomed Girls featured on their 1978 album, Jazz.

Bicycle Race

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Written by Freddie Mercury, Bicycle Race is famous for its video featuring a nude woman riding a bicycle at Wimbledon Stadium.

You're My Best Friend

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You're My Best Friend was originally on the album, A Night In The Opera in 1975 and later released as a single.

Don't Stop Me Now

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Written by Freddie Mercury, Don't Stop Me Now was featured on their album, Jazz in 1978 and released as a single the next year.

Save Me

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Queen's Save Me spent six weeks on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number eleven.

Crazy Little Thing Called Love

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Crazy Little Thing Called Love became Queen's first number-one single on the Billboard Hot 100 in the U.S.

Somebody To Love

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Written by Freddie Mercury, Somebody to Love is featured on Queen's 1976 album, A Day at the Races.