RANKING IN ORDER OF GREATNESS- QUEEN’S TOP 40 SINGLES IN AMERICA

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Ranking In Order of Greatness- Queen’s Top 40 singles. I was a little surprised a while back when studying Queen’s chart success in America that they only had twelve Top 40 hits {I am not counting the second time Bohemian Rhapsody was a hit in 1992 or 1993’s George Michael/ Queen remake of “Somebody To Love.” Queen’s hits though for the most part tended to be big hits- 2 #1’s “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” 1979 and “Another One Bites The Dust” 1980.  Nine of their dozen hits made the Top 20. In ranking the singles I don’t care about chart success though.Tough ranking them- I like them all except for Body Language which was a turkey. They were much more successful in the United Kingdom with nearly 50 Top 40 hit singles.

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12. “Body Language”  D

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11. “Fat Bottomed Girls” B-

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10. “Bicycle Race” B-

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9.  “Another One Bites The Dust”  B

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8.”Crazy Little Thing Called Love”  B

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7. “We Are The Champions ”  A-

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6. “Under Pressure”- Queen and David Bowie  A

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5- “Killer Queen” A

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4- “Somebody To Love”  A

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3-“Radio Gaga” A+

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2. “You’re My Best Friend” A+

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1. “Bohemian Rhapsody.” A+

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6 responses to “RANKING IN ORDER OF GREATNESS- QUEEN’S TOP 40 SINGLES IN AMERICA

  1. I guess you have to include Radio Ga Ga on the list, even though, technically, it’s a terrible song. Live Aid was all about Freddie–especially that song. If he could elevate Radio Ga Ga to iconoclast, he could have ruled the world. I’m serious. It’s a terrifying thought.

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