Freddie Mercury Albums Ranked

Freddie Mercury (born Farrokh Bulsara; 5 September 1946 – 24 November 1991) was a British singer, songwriter, record producer, and lead vocalist of the rock band Queen. Regarded as one of the greatest singers in the history of rock music, he was known for his flamboyant stage persona and four-octave vocal range. Mercury defied the conventions of a rock frontman, with his highly theatrical style influencing the artistic direction of Queen. As a member of Queen, Mercury was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001, the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2003, and the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2004. In 1990, he and the other Queen members were awarded the Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music, and one year after his death Mercury was awarded it individually. In 2005, Queen was awarded an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Song Collection from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers, and Authors. In 2002, Mercury ranked number 58 in the BBC’s poll of the 100 Greatest Britons. Here are all of Freddie Mercury Albums Ranked.

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5. The Freddie Mercury Album (1992)

” Freddie has such a beautiful hypnotizing voice that pulls you into another world. I especially loved his little Opra bit on Track 5. After that is over you have to take a deep breath and let it out as if you were holding it for the hole bit. Its just incredible. In my opinion I think its a must have for your Queen/FM collection.”

4. Never Boring (2019)

“Listening to MR BAD GUY Special Edition was like having my ears opened up and hearing nuances in the music never before heard with extra vigour and a boost of energy. Great collection of one of the greatest singers ever.”

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3. Messenger Of The Gods: The Singles (2016)

“An okay collection of Freddie Mercury’s okay solo career singles. Some good stuff like Love kills The Great pretender, and the bonkers, Barcelona. But the Mr. Bad guy, tracks, although not bad, sound awfully dated and this album proves that, for all the talent that Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, and John Deacon had, they really needed each other and would never, as solo artists, come close to, let alone surpass, what they do/did with Queen.”

2. Lover Of Life, Singer Of Songs (2006)

“His voice is pure magic. Mix that with his passion for what he does and you have an explosion. Which is exactly what this CD is. An explosion of all things that made Freddie great. His voice, his lyrics, his piano playing & the obvious love of his craft. I like the first disc better than the second, but only because the second seems more like dance versions of some of the songs on the first disc.”

1. Mr. Bad Guy (1985)

“It’s an enjoyable album, as you would expect from Freddie Mercury, but even though the songs are good, it certainly is a product of its time, in terms of delivery. There’s hardly any guitar here, it’s basically a poppy synthesizer record. Living on my own, is the most well-known track, a posthumous No:1 for Freddie in 1994, albeit in re-mixed form.”