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This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. It does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve it by citing reliable sources. Tagged since February 2011. It may need to be wikified to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Tagged since February 2011. Deep Cuts, Volume 1 (1973–1976) Compilation album by Queen Released 14 March 2011 Recorded 1972–1976 Genre Rock Length 50:07 Label Universal Music, Island Records Producer Various Queen chronology The Singles Collection Volume 4 (2010) Deep Cuts, Volume 1 (1973–1976) (2011) Deep Cuts, Volume 2 (1977–1982) (2011) Deep Cuts, Volume 1 (1973–1976) is a compilation of Queen tracks between 1973 and 1976. Unlike other compilations released by Queen, Deep Cuts contains songs which are largely not as well known as Queen's hits. The album was released on March 14, 2011 as part of Queen's 40th Anniversary. Deep Cuts Volume 1 was released at the same time Queen's first five albums (Queen, Queen II, Sheer Heart Attack, A Night at the Opera, A Day at the Races) were re-released. The songs picked were all personal favourite songs that weren't hits selected by Brian May, Roger Taylor, and Taylor Hawkins (the drummer for the Foo Fighters). It's the only release to feature the complete ending of The March of The Black Queen (on Queen II it segues to Funny How Love Is) and of Ogre Battle (on Queen II it segues to The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke). The three songs Tenement Funster, Flick of the Wrist and Lily of the Valley all segue into each other just like on the original Sheer Heart Attack album. Track listing No. Title Writer(s) Length 1. "Ogre Battle"   Freddie Mercury 4:15 2. "Stone Cold Crazy"   Queen 2:12 3. "My Fairy King"   Freddie Mercury 4:08 4. "I'm in Love With My Car"   Roger Taylor 3:05 5. "Keep Yourself Alive"   Brian May 3:45 6. "Long Away"   May 3:33 7. "The Millionaire Waltz"   Mercury 4:54 8. "'39"   May 3:25 9. "Tenement Funster"   Taylor 2:48 10. "Flick of the Wrist"   Mercury 3:19 11. "Lily of the Valley"   Mercury 1:43 12. "Good Company"   May 3:26 13. "The March of the Black Queen"   Mercury 6:39 14. "In the Lap of the Gods... Revisited"   Mercury 3:42 Personel Freddie Mercury: lead and backing vocals, piano. Brian May: guitars, lead vocals on "39", "Long Away" and "Good Company", vocal bridge on "Keep Yourself Alive", backing vocals, ukelele, bells. Roger Taylor: drums, percussion, lead vocals on "Tenement Funster" and "I'm in Love with My Car", vocal line in "The March of the Black Queen", vocal bridge on "Keep Yourself Alive". John Deacon: bass guitar, acoustic guitar. v · d · eQueen Freddie Mercury · Brian May · John Deacon · Roger Taylor Studio albums Queen (1973)  · Queen II (1974)  · Sheer Heart Attack (1974)  · A Night at the Opera (1975)  · A Day at the Races (1976)  · News of the World (1977)  · Jazz (1978)  · The Game (1980)  · Flash Gordon (1980)  · Hot Space (1982)  · The Works (1984)  · A Kind of Magic (1986)  · The Miracle (1989)  · Innuendo (1991)  · Made in Heaven (1995) Live albums Live Killers (1979)  · Live Magic (1986)  · At the Beeb (1989)  · Live at Wembley '86 (1992)  · Queen on Fire – Live at the Bowl (2004)  · Queen Rock Montreal (2007) Compilations Greatest Hits (1981)  · Greatest Hits II (1991)  · Classic Queen (1992)  · The 12" Collection · Queen Rocks (1997)  · Greatest Hits III (1999)  · Stone Cold Classics · The A–Z of Queen, Volume 1 · Absolute Greatest (2009)  · Deep Cuts (Volume 1 · 2 · 3) (2011) Box sets The Complete Works (1985)  · Box of Tricks (1992)  · Ultimate Queen (1995)  · The Crown Jewels (1998)  · The Platinum Collection (2000)  · The Singles Collection (Volume 1 (2008)  · 2 (2009)  · 3 (2010)  · 4 (2010)) Videography We Will Rock You · The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert · Greatest Video Hits 1 · Queen at Wembley · Queen Rocks · Greatest Video Hits 2 · We Are the Champions: Final Live in Japan · Queen on Fire – Live at the Bowl · Queen Rock Montreal Tours Sheer Heart Attack Tour · A Night at the Opera Tour · Summer Gigs 1976 · A Day at the Races Tour · News of the World Tour · Jazz Tour · Crazy Tour · The Game Tour · Hot Space Tour · The Works Tour · Magic Tour Related articles Highlander · Awards · Live performances · Songs · Queen + Paul Rodgers · Ibex · Larry Lurex · Smile · The Cross · Queen: The eYe · We Will Rock You (casts) · Queen at the Ballet · Deacy Amp · The Official International Queen Fan Club · The Mercury Phoenix Trust · Mountain Studios · Red Special · Spike Edney · Jim Beach · John Reid · List of Bohemian Rhapsody cover versions · SingStar Queen · Return of the Champions · The Cosmos Rocks · Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen · Live in Ukraine Book · Category · Portal · Template · WikiProject