On Freddie Mercury’s Death Anniversary, Know About 5 of his Best Songs

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Although it has been 28 years since the legend left us, his stage presence, his flamboyant flair, his love, and most of all, his music, has left its mark over the globe. On the occasion of his 28th death anniversary, here are five of Freddie Mercury’s best works throughout his time.

Friends Will Be Friends

Released as a part of Queen’s 1986 album – A Kind of Magic, Friends Will Be Friends is one of their most criminally underrated songs. Portraying a deep message about friendship, this song is one of Freddie’s best.


Jealousy was originally released in Queen’s seventh studio album Jazz in 1978, and one year later, it was released as the fourth and last single from the album. The entire song was written by Mercury and his high vocal range shone throughout the song.

The Show Must Go on

Released as the final track of their 1991 album Innuendo, The Show Must Go on was recorded during Freddie’s last days. It illustrates his efforts to continue performing despite his physical incapabilities.

Another One Bites the Dust

Featured as a part of their 1980 album The Game, Another One Bites the Dust is credited as Queen’s best-selling single. Although it was originally written by their bassist, Freddie amplified the song to a different level with his unique vocals.

Bohemian Rhapsody

Undoubtedly one of the greatest songs in Rock n’ Roll history, Bohemian Rhapsody is 6 minutes of pure goosebumps in music heaven. Exploring a wide range of musical diversity, it is one of Mercury’s greatest works.


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