Heavy Metal gods to some, studio-oriented Power Pop innovators to others, purveyors of overblown sports arena anthems to still many more, Queen left a deep and varied legacy at the end of their nearly twenty-year career. Combining a fondness for Hard Rock riffs with a knack for catchy melodies, the band forged a unique sound brought to life through elaborate (bordering on excessive) studio production. Of their many hits, 1975's "Bohemian Rhapsody" best exemplifies the band's range: revved-up guitars, near-Prog Rock complexity, and operatic vocals courtesy of Freddie Mercury and a cast of thousands (all of whom also happened to be named Freddie Mercury). Moving from the Glam-inspired sounds of their early days, the British quartet scored late '70s/early '80s hits as they dabbled in Rockabilly ("Crazy Little Thing Called Love"), Disco and Funk ("Another One Bites the Dust"), and New Wave-leaning dance (their 1981 David Bowie collaboration, "Under Pressure"). Say what you will, but there's much more to Queen than "We Will Rock You.