Most Underrated Queen SongsQueen have a huge amount of songs that sold very well, "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Don't Stop Me Now", "We are the Champions" and "We Will Rock You" are probably 4 of their most popular songs. However Queen have had a huge selection of underrated songs too.
The Top Ten
If you are a Bohemian Rhapsody fan, then this is the song that most notably relates to it. I mean, if Bohemian Rhapsody was a father and had an offspring, this song would definitely be his heir. The March of the Black Queen is easily among Queen's top songs in my opinion.
Fantastic... I am and always will be a life long Queen Fan... This is the track that I just have to keep having a listen to on my own every now and then... Usually on full volume in the car
Bohemian Rhapsody but with a twist -- and beautiful isolated vocals in the middle!
One of the best song of the album, and one of the greatest queen songs, the choirs, the guitar, the lyrics... Its just awesome
The deepness and gruffness to Freddie's voice in this song is simply amazing. It blows me away every time I hear it. Being a younger person, this song's lyrical meaning also gives me hope and picks me up. For I know that if I fail I still have freddie and his beautiful voice to soothe me.
The grit/distortion that Freddie gets on his voice makes it one of my absolute favorite vocal tracks from him. The rest of the instrumental parts are super powerful, distorted and driving. The chorus is simply spectacular. If not the most underrated Queen song then the most underrated John Deacon composition. What a song!
What an outstanding song. If you don't like this, you're not alive. John Deacon, Queen's secret weapon, does it again.
Actually, except Another one bites the dust, You're my vest friend & I want to break free, John Deacon's songs are underrated. HE is underrated. Just listen to If you can't beat them, You and I, Misfire, Friends will be friends and Pain is so close to pleasure. (the last two was written by Freddie Mercury,too.) These songs are just EPIC! John Deaocn is an awesome songwriter and bassist.
This is my opinion and sorry for my English!
Queen is by far the most varietal artist I have ever seen, and this song showcases the more hard and punk side of the band. Amazing.
The definition of Hard Rock. The Piano represent's the soft of Queen. When the guitars come in you feel Queen coming in. One of my favorite Queen songs. Way too underrated - PapaMing
The opening song of A Night At The Opera, an amazing screw-you song, what else could you ask for?
And this, my friends, is the song you need to start dedicating to your enemies! - kaitlynrad11
Even on the "Most Underrated Queen Songs" list, this song is underrated.
Even though it's on their most popular album, it still tends to get overshadowed by Bohemian Rhapsody. (Which this song is just as equally revolutionary as.) That vocal breakdown section is simply phenomenal, and the band's overall performance is mind-blowing.
This song most certainly suffers from being on the same record as Bohemian Rhapsody and could easily be the stand-out piece of any other Queen album
Absolutely incredible song. Brilliant work guitar as well as spectacular lead and backing vocals. Incredible lyrics.
This Queen song just grows on you, great pick me up song. The more you listen to it the more you realise how great the composition is. Love the drum roll at the end!
The greatest Queen song I've ever heard. This song properly got me into Queen. The lyrics, Freddie's Vocals, Roger Taylor drumming and backing vocals, Brian May's riffs and kick ass solos, everything I like was in that song. But unfortunately this song is very very underrated. The last "Wooho" was also great. This song never moved from my top 10 best songs list. - zxm
One of the all time greatest rock songs in history, great hooks, riffs, melodies and lyrics.
HAMMER TO FALL, YEAH
Queen's Live Aid performance of this song is my personal favourite from the whole concert.
Very underrated song... People think that album innuendo has 2 good songs:
"Show Must Go On" and "These Are Days Of Our Lives"...
But this is not true... This song is even better than them.
One of their 5 best songs indisputably. Emotionally and musically so complex and exceptionally out of the ordinary, it is perhaps, one of the 15 best songs of all time of classical rock existence... And no, I'm not exaggerating.
An epic song that reminds one of their finest works from the mid 1970s. This song has everything that made Queen a great band - brilliant vocals and guitars and haunting lyrics.
Underrated song. It is a masterpiece, and a very few people knows this one.
Not just the song that's good. Not just Freddies voice that was fantastic. Not just the instruments that were incredible, but the lyrics that were perfect.
Only few Queen songs convey such a strong, pure and complete feeling like this one. This song was lucky to be on Queen II and get the signature rich instrumentation of this perfect album. Perfect diverse and unusual song.
This is one of my favorite queen songs, if you can't appreciate it, you are not a queen fan
Simply beautiful. The segue from Father to Son to this song on the Queen II album is just flawless and amazing.
There is no way to describe this song. It touches your soul and it makes me crying, because it's beautiful. - Userguy44
The only song that has brought me to tears completely unbelievable. Freddie rules.
This song; words and melody combined with Freddy, is like the word "myth" - totally mysterious and exciting. And when the song rises in the middle, it's absolutely beautiful. Chills!
It does not show that (to the comment below) it was written for a movie... Still awesome though. Deserves more popularity.
Should be on top better Queen songs. It is not merely a song, it is over that plus the beginning of queen
This song is filled with great tunes. It takes some time to get use to, but the more you listen to it, the more you end up liking it. Great song. I'd say this song could easily be in the top five of this list.
To me, their earliest songs were the best, this being a prime example.
Agreed. Their earlier songs had more inspiration and were more experimental. - DaringXx
Fun tune, never heard a verse that good. -
My number 1 most played on my iPod. Can't believe me, still on how AWESOME THIS SONG IS?! I have the album. (Can't stop listening to it now! ) Please, if you don't know the song, click the sample. Sure you'll love it. Then listen to the entire song. THE BEST EVER!
2nd favorite queen song of all time!
A very beautiful song. Freddie playing piano and singing this song is extremely beautiful.. He was so much talented.
I listen to this song at least ten times a day it's so upbeat and wonderful you can't help but sing along and smile
Such a good song. Perfect soundtrack for The Highlander movie and T.V. show.
One of queens only heavy metal songs. Such a great song.
I love this song
Very cool song that I sometimes associate with Death On Two Legs. Both seem to tell the story of some b who steals all the money and is bad and nasty... Oh, do I love this song.
This sing ROCKS. the amazing background guitar, the singing, the aggressive, scary, doomy sound to this song is insane
Should have been a hit and its better than Seven Seas of Rhye.
This song could be the basis of a novel. Brian said so much in so few words. Freddy does a great job singing it live too.
One of my all time favourite songs. Beautiful tune. For years I didn't even realise it was Queen. Very surprising as I consider myself a massive fan of Queen.
An interstellar masterpiece. One of their best and most unique songs. Extremely underrated.
This give me Beatles vibes. - Userguy44
One of the first Thrash Metal songs ever made. Fast riffs, solos, great drumming and Freddie did a good job as well. Amazing song. - Userguy44
So underrated. This is practically the start of trash-metal. My favorite Queen song by far.
Criminally underrated song! This song was very ahead of its time and would go on to influence a lot of the thrash metal bands in the 1980s (it was even covered by Metallica). This song is heavy, fast-paced and makes you feel like a badass when listening to it!
Imagine creating a new genre just so you can be the best at it. That's pretty much the case with Stone Cold Crazy.
"I think I'm a banana tree. "
WHAT? YES FREDDIE YOU'RE IN MY BACKYARD
Definitely the most underrated. I love this song so much!
If not the most underrated song then definitely the most underrated riff. Also a great showcase for each band members talents.
Easily their most under rated song, a perfect slice of pure funk rock, the 'little brother' of Another One Bites The Dust, but boy, this is funky!
This is one of the best rock songs you could find. Featuring a great bass solo from the underrated John Deacon and OUTSTANDING guitar from Brian May. I'm addicted to this song. - matty925
Best queen song list
1. The March of the Black Queen
2. Bohemian Rhapsody
5.The Prophet's Song
6.The Millionaire Waltz
This song should be one of the best song of Queen alongside with Bohemian Rhapsody, Killer Queen and Somebody to Love. The very first time hearing it, it blows my mind straightaway. Freddie was a genius!
Excellent track... A bit of everything in there... What talent to think this up and be confident to release it... Fabulous.. My fave queen song
Such a delightful & upbeat song. 2nd favorite queen song of all time, after love of my life.
Literally one of their best songs. Kind of a shame it doesn't get more attention as the song is an absolute hidden gem!
One of my favourite Queen songs, it's just so memorable and heavy - lemoulin51
That riff is so heavy and awesome - christangrant
Epic riff, catchy tune and lyrics, what more could you want?
Best song off Queen's debut album. The way it switches from a gentle song to a bombastic hard rocker is mesmerizing
I love this one. The live at the BBC version is better though. - galaxyfox
This was just a great song that makes me feel good when I hear it.
One dump,One turd...
One dump, one turd, two t*ts, John Deacon! - Misfire
Amazing, up-beat, happy song, strong meaning, absolutely flawless.
D'YOU KNOW D'YOU KNOW JUST HOW I FEEL?
Epic refrain and chorus, different tempos, pumping bass lines, shredding riffs and a climax that few others Queen's songs possess.
Possibly one of the best riffs in rock history!
Why is this only 36 on the "Best Queen Songs" list? To me, it's much better than 36. Top 10 probably. - Metarock
Autobiographical Brian May song
Freddie's passionate vocal performance steal the show. Minimalist in the beginning, the rest of the band doesn't make itself heard until the last minute or so, but that simply allows Freddy to deliver one of the most genuine and tender moments in rock history.
The first time I ever heard this song I was watching live at Wembley 1984. It was on Freddie's birthday I was watching it, and it was so beautiful that I sat and cried for five minutes. Mercury's voice and May's stunning guitar playing are an epic powerhouse when presenting this song live. Even on the album version it give me chills.
I remember hearing the live version of this- queen rocks Montreal - I think, the acoustic guitar is beautiful it almost brigs tear. Freddie's vocals are just so powerful and sung with great feeling. This is one of my favorite queen songs ever
Prophet Song and Bohemian Rhapsody blow my mind, but this song takes me somewhere no other Queen song has. I can't explain it, it just feels so personal and genuine. If nothing else it's the best song to show Freddie's ability.