About The Song 

Bohemian Rhapsody was written by Freddie Mercury for the group Queen's album A Night at the Opera produced in 1975. It was a very popular song, one of their most popular. It's made up of 3 main segments: rock ballad that ends with an awesome guitar solo, opera, and heavy metal. So a chorus was not necessary.

As a huge success, Bohemian Rhapsody stayed at the top of the UK Singles Chart for nine weeks and sold, by January 1976, over a million copies. After the death of Freddie Mercury in 1991 the song hit number one on the charts again for 5 weeks. Eventually becoming the UK's third best selling single of all time. In 1992 it was featured in the movie Wayne's World repopularizing it all over again in the USA.

Produced by: Queen and Roy Thomas Baker. Musicians: Freddie Mercury - vocals, piano, operatic vocals.
Brian May - guitars, operatic vocals. John Deacon - bass guitar. Roger Taylor - drums, timpani, gong, operatic vocals. Length: 5:59

About The Video 

The song also has a music video that was considered ground breaking material in its time. Directed by Bruce Gowers, with a varity of contributions by the band. It was shot using Queen's rehearsal stage, taking over four hours to shoot. The song its self is considered original and intriguing by top music critics and producers. It's bohemian art in its self, hence the title of the song.

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