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Queen II is the second album by English rock band Queen, originally released in 1974. It was recorded at Trident Studios, London, England in August 1973, and engineered by Mike Stone. The two sides of the original LP were labelled "Side White" and "Side Black" (instead of the conventional sides "A" and "B"), with corresponding photos of the band dressed in white or in black on either side of the record's label face. The album is also a loose concept… read more



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  • Avatar for CelsoBonutti
    Best Queen album by far.
  • Avatar for jessieyyz2112
    one of the greatest album of all time. One of my favourite albums!
  • Avatar for miniandrewmini
    no other album is as perfect as this. you can't just listen to one song. it needs to be played in it's entirety to fully enjoy it. if i had to put it down to my favorite song on it, i'd say that it's the entire black side from Ogre Battle onwards
  • Avatar for PFdark
    you know what? for me ,it's a whole may feel excited when U listen one of the songs in the album,But ,U will have a great understanding when U listen to the entire one ,especially many and many times .
  • Avatar for PFdark
    Everyone thinks it a greatest album for the Queen .I .also ,couldn't agree more .like a dancing queen ,also inspire people .power and beautiful.Industries leads to Rock ,and rock deeply.
  • Avatar for Lord_Kur
    favorite Queen
  • Avatar for ThiagoLorpal
    The best album by Queen without a doubt, and The March of the Black Queen is the best song of Queen by far. [6]
  • Avatar for mk741
    Even though they made great music/ holistically great albums, Queen was still never an album band. II is the exception to that rule. A complete experience from start to finish, with exceptional individual highlights. In that regard, it's easily their best album.
  • Avatar for firefly2811
    i disagree loser in the end is a great track. roger does a great job on vocals.
  • Avatar for kyb15
    Queen's finest. This, along with some other (non-Queen) albums, got me into classic rock music. Love it until this day. Heard it probably 100 times. Do yourself a favor and go listen to this album. Best part is the whole album except for "Loser In The End". :)

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