The Progzillas File Presents … Queen (part 1)

Queen. Love them or hate them, everyone has an opinion. Everyone knows their music. From the radio-friendly hit singles to the early prog rock epics, from the cod-heavy bombast to the jazz pastiches, from the introspective ballads to the thumping anthems, Queen’s music continues to be heard all around the world.

In this special three-hour programme, many of the Progzilla presenters select their personal favourite Queen songs, and read extracts from Andrew Wild’s forthcoming new book Queen–On Track.

  1. Bohemian Rhapsody (opera section) from A Night at the Opera (1975)
  2. It’s A Beautiful Day [Ross Robertson / DJ Koma mix] download (2005)
  3. March of the Black Queen from Queen II (1974)
  4. Seven Seas of Rhye from Queen II (1974)
  5. Brighton Rock from Sheer Heart Attack (1974) and Emma Roebuck
  6. Son and Daughter from Queen (1973)
  7. Father to Son from Queen II (1974)
  8. Tony Rowsick introduces ’39 from A Night at the Opera (1975)
  9. Under Pressure from Hot Space (1981)
  10. Killer Queen from Sheer Heart Attack (1974)
  11. Ed Wilkins introduces The Prophet’s Song from A Night at the Opera (1975)
  12. Love of my Life from A Night at the Opera (1975)
  13. Andrew Wild introdues Don’t Try So Hard from Innuendo (1991)
  14. Calling All Girls from Hot Space (1981)
  15. You Don’t Fool Me from Made in Heaven (1995)
  16. White Queen (As it Began) from A Night at the Odeon (recorded 1975)
  17. You and I from A Day at the Races (1976)
  18. Let Me In Your Heart Again [William Orbit Mix] single (2014)
  19. Lily of the Valley from Sheer Heart Attack (1974)

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