Queen II

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Queen II
Studio album by Queen
Released 8 March 1974
Recorded August 1973 at Trident Studios
Genre Rock
Length 40:42
Label EMI/Parlophone (Europe), Elektra/Hollywood (USA)
Producer Roy Thomas Baker
Robin Geoffrey Cable
Queen
Queen chronology
Queen
(1973)
Queen II
(1974)
Sheer Heart Attack
(1974)
Singles from Queen II
  1. "Seven Seas Of Rhye"
    Released: 23 February 1974

Queen II is the second album by English rock band Queen, originally released in 1974.

Track listing[change | change source]

All songs on the White Side (side one) written by Brian May except "The Loser in the End" by Roger Taylor. All songs on the Black Side (side two) written by Freddie Mercury.

White Side (Side One)
No. Title Length
1. "Procession" (Instrumental) 1:12
2. "Father to Son"   6:14
3. "White Queen (As It Began)"   4:34
4. "Some Day One Day"   4:23
5. "The Loser in the End"   4:02
Black Side (Side Two)
No. Title Length
1. "Ogre Battle"   4:10
2. "The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke"   2:40
3. "Nevermore"   1:15
4. "The March of the Black Queen"   6:33
5. "Funny How Love Is"   2:50
6. "Seven Seas of Rhye"   2:50