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Queen Music Quiz

Quiz I

  1. Who are the four members of the rock band Queen?
  2. Freddie Mercury was born Farookh Bulsara in 1946 on which island?
  3. "Bohemian Rhapsody" is a song from which album?
  4. A famous 10 feet high statue was unveiled on 25 November 1996 as a tribute to Freddie Mercury in which country?

  5. Which song's first verse quotes the phrase: "Let them eat cake"?
  6. Which song did Queen release in collaboration with David Bowie in October 1981?
  7. Which song debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart in January 1991, the band's first number-one hit since 1981?
  8. What exactly is 'The Red Special'?
  9. "Steve walks warily down the street with his brim pulled way down low" is a line from which song written by John Deacon?
  10. What's the name of the man in the lyrics of the song "We Will Rock You"?


  1. Freddie Mercury (lead vocals, piano), Brian May (guitar, vocals), Roger Taylor (drums, vocals) and John Deacon (bass)
  2. Zanzibar
  3. A Night at the Opera (1975)
  4. Switzerland (Montreux, Switzerland, overlooking Lake Geneva by sculptor Irena Sedlecka)
  5. Killer Queen
  6. Under Pressure
  7. Innuendo
  8. An electric guitar (designed and built by Brian May and his father, Harold)
  9. Another One Bites the Dust
  10. Buddy

Quiz II

  1. The music video for which 1984 song uses footage from the 1927 silent science fiction film Metropolis?
  2. In the 1986 film Highlander which the song is used in the scenes where Connor MacLeod must endure his beloved wife growing old while he remains forever young?
  3. Who wrote the song We Will Rock You? And it was recorded for which album?
  4. Who plays Freddie Mercury in the 2018 biographical film Bohemian Rhapsody?
  5. To the nearest minute, how long is "Bohemian Rhapsody"?
  6. Brian May married which former soap star in 2000?
  7. Released in 1981, "Fun in Space" is the debut solo album of which Queen member?
  8. The lyrics of which song at several points refer to the Cold War era and includes the line: "For we who grew up tall and proud in the shadow of the mushroom cloud"? It was the third song the band performed at Live Aid in 1985.
  9. Which song written by guitarist Brian May is the theme song of a 1980 film?
  10. In 2011, a team of scientific researchers concluded that which song was the catchiest in the history of popular music? Brian May called this song "unifying and positive".
  11. Which musical is based on the songs of Queen with a book by Ben Elton?
  12. Which song written in 1983 by John Deacon is known for its music video for which all the band's members dressed in drag?


  1. Radio Ga Ga
  2. Who Wants to Live Forever
  3. Brian May. News of the World (1977)
  4. Rami Malik
  5. 6 minutes (5 minutes, 55 seconds)
  6. Anita Dobson
  7. Roger Taylor
  8. Hammer to Fall
  9. Flash
  10. We Are the Champions
  11. We Will Rock You
  12. I Want to Break Free

Queen Trivia III

  1. "Bohemian Rhapsody" became the UK Christmas number one in which year?
  2. Which rock‘n’roll tribute became the group's first number-one single in the US?
  3. Can you name Queen's fifteenth and final studio album?
  4. Brian May gained a PhD degree in which science subject in 2007?
  5. Mercury referred to "Bohemian Rhapsody" as what sort of opera?
  6. Roger Taylor once turned down an invitation to audition for which band?
  7. Which Capital London radio DJ played a pivotal role in giving "Bohemian Rhapsody" exposure? He was given a promotional copy on the condition he didn't play it, but played it fourteen times over a single weekend.
  8. Which song was introduced to new listeners due to its appearance in the 2004 zombie apocalypse film Shaun of the Dead?
  9. Which album cover features a photograph once described as "Queen standing in diamond formation, heads tilted back like Easter Island statues against a black background"?
  10. What song was the final one co-written by Mercury and May, and also Freddie Mercury's last vocal performance?
  11. What was the name of the 1988 collaborative album between Freddie Mercury and operatic soprano Montserrat Caballe?
  12. Which American singer has collaborated with Queen as lead vocalist since 2011?


  1. 1975 (it was Queen's first UK number 1 single)
  2. A Crazy Little Thing Called Love (1980)
  3. Made in Heaven (1995)
  4. Astrophysics
  5. A Mock Opera
  6. Genesis
  7. Kenny Everett
  8. Don't Stop Me Now
  9. Queen II
  10. Mother Love
  11. Barcelona
  12. Adam Lambert