Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen

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Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen
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Compilation album by
Various artists
Released9 August 2005 (2005-08-09)
GenreRock, hard rock
ProducerBrian Reeves
Professional ratings
Review scores
Boston HeraldFavorable[2]
Rolling Stone[4]

Killer Queen is a tribute album of Queen songs.[5] The album is named for the 1974 Queen song of the same name that first appeared on the Sheer Heart Attack album. The album peaked at #104 on the Billboard 200 on 27 August 2005. Later, it re-entered the Billboard 200 in April 2006 at #115 after the Queen round in American Idol's season 5.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "We Are the Champions" (Freddie Mercury) – performed by Gavin DeGraw
  2. "Tie Your Mother Down" (Brian May) – performed by Shinedown
  3. "Bohemian Rhapsody" (Mercury) – performed by Constantine Maroulis, with the cast of We Will Rock You
  4. "Stone Cold Crazy" (Queen) – performed by Eleven, featuring Josh Homme (of Queens of the Stone Age)
  5. "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy" (Mercury) – performed by Jason Mraz
  6. "Under Pressure" (Queen, David Bowie) – performed by Joss Stone
  7. "Who Wants to Live Forever" (May) – performed by Breaking Benjamin
  8. "Bicycle Race" (Mercury) – performed by Be Your Own Pet
  9. "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" (Mercury) – performed by Josh Kelley
  10. "Sleeping on the Sidewalk" (May) – performed by Los Lobos
  11. "Killer Queen" (Mercury) – performed by Sum 41
  12. "Death on Two Legs (Dedicated to...)" (Mercury) (features the piano intro to "Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon" at the end) – performed by Rooney
  13. "Play the Game" (Mercury) – performed by Jon Brion
  14. "Bohemian Rhapsody" (Mercury) – performed by The Flaming Lips
  15. "'39" (May) – performed by Ingram Hill
  16. "Fat Bottomed Girls" (May) – performed by Antigone Rising


  1. ^ "Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen - Various Artists | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic (in American English). Retrieved 6 January 2019.
  2. ^ "Boston Herald review". Archived from the original on 26 March 2006. Retrieved 25 August 2005.
  3. ^ review
  4. ^ Rolling Stone review
  5. ^ Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen Allmusic. Retrieved 10 July 2011

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