From start to finish, this is one of those all-time classics in rock history. Most people will know at least "Bohemian Rhapsody" but there is so much more to Queen than that song. "Death on Two Legs" has to be their angriest song of all time .. yet still contains the trademark Queen melodies and vocals. Immediately following is the old-time flavourings of "Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon". You can almost imagine Freddie prancing around in tux, tails, and top hat while performing. It also contains the hit "You're My Best Friend", and the sci-fi folk song "'39". "The Prophet" is a long song (I believe it is their longest ever), containing a rather long a cappella section with many echo effects and multi-layered vocals. Of course the classic "Bohemian Rhapsody" is there in all its splendour. The album closes with Brian May's excellent guitar work on "God Save the Queen" (which they used to close their concerts from '76 onwards). A great album, and one that you should add to your collection!
(The sound quality of the 2011 remastered version definitely adds to your enjoyment!)