Queen: Queen, LP (Vinyl)
Queen: Queen, LP (Vinyl)
€21.90
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Queen
Queen

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
Neuauflage
  • Virgin EMI Records
  • (00602547202642)
  • 10 Tracks
  • UPC 602547202642
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

Keep Yourself Alive

Written By
A2

Doing All Right

Written By
A3

Great King Rat

Written By
A4

My Fairy King

Written By
B1

Liar

Written By
B2

The Night Comes Down

Written By
B3

Modern Times Rock 'N' Roll

Written By
B4

Son And Daughter

Written By
B5

Jesus

Written By
B6

Seven Seas Of Rhye...

Written By

Credits

Bass
  • John Deacon
Design
  • Brian May
  • Douglas Puddifoot
  • Freddie Mercury
Engineer
  • David Hentschel
  • Mike Stone
  • Ted Sharp
  • Roy Thomas Baker
Guitar
  • Brian May
Piano
  • Brian May
  • Freddie Mercury
Vocals
  • Brian May
  • Roger Taylor
  • Freddie Mercury
Lacquer Cut By
  • Miles Showell
Percussion
  • Roger Taylor
Photography By
  • Douglas Puddifoot
Producer
  • John Anthony
  • Queen
  • Roy Thomas Baker
Recorded By
  • Louis Austin
Remastered By
  • Bob Ludwig
Supervised By
  • John Harris

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