5 most under-appreciated Queen songs
3.”Keep Yourself Alive” (1973)
“Keep Yourself Alive” is the first track on Queen’s debut album, Queen I, and it was the band’s first single. A much more no-frills, galloping rock song compared to what the band would go on to do, the single didn’t originally chart anywhere. But hindsight has been kind to “Keep Yourself Alive,” as Rolling Stone placed it No. 31 on its list of “The 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All-Time” in 2008.
But Mercury was a supremely talented singer with great range, and he pulled off the fast-paced lead vocal of “Stone Cold Crazy” in a style that’s still uniquely his.
With renewed interest in the band ahead of the release of Bohemian Rhapsody, here are the five most under-appreciated songs Queen did. – Page 3
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what is 'belladonic haze'? I also want to know the history as well as precise meaning of the phrase.?