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British rock band Queen formed in London in 1970 by lead guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor, bassist John Deacon and the legendary Freddie Mercury performing lead vocals and piano. The quartet recorded their eponymous debut album and began touring in 1973. They played the single 'Seven Seas of Rhye' on Top of the Pops and the song quickly shot to the UK Top 10. They released their second LP, titled 'Queen II' and embarked on their first U.S. tour. Their third LP, 'Sheer Heart Attack', featured the single 'Killer Queen', which was Queen's first U.S. Top Twenty hit. The album was also the band's first album to go gold in the States. The 1975 album, 'A Night at the Opera' brought Queen international success. The album contained the six-minute masterpiece, 'Bohemian Rhapsody', which held at number one in the UK for nine weeks. In later years, the song would be re-released as a single after appearing in the film 'Wayne's World', and reach number two on U.S. charts. In 1977, 'News of the World' contained the tracks 'We Will Rock You' and 'We Are the Champions', which have since become well-known anthems at various sporting events. By the 1980s, Queen were well established as rock superstars. They had eight gold and six platinum records, provided the soundtracks for such films as 'Flash Gordon' and 'Highlander' and recorded the song 'Under Pressure' with David Bowie in 1981. In 1985, Queen performed a historic, show-stopping set at Live Aid. The band continued recording and touring, releasing their final album, 'Innuendo' in 1991. Freddie Mercury passed away later that year. In 1995, the remaining members of Queen completed the record that would be their swan song, titled 'Made in Heaven', which featured unreleased studio recordings performed by Freddie Mercury before his passing.