ROGER TAYLOR - Drums, vocals, percussion, screams
FREDDIE MERCURY - Vocals, piano, jangle piano, vocal extravaganzas
JOHN DEACON - Bass guitar, double bass, acoustic guitar, almost all guitars on 'Misfire'
BRIAN MAY - Guitars, vocals, piano, genuine George Formby ukelele-banjo, guitar orchestrations

Equipment and crew supervision by John Harris.

Produced by Roy Thomas Baker and Queen.
Invaluable engineering by Mike Stone.
Special thanks to Geoff Workman.
Recorded at Trident, Wessex, Rockfield and Air Studios.
Composed, arranged and performed exclusively by Queen.
Art direction, photography by Mick Rock.
Sleeve concept by Queen.
No synthesizers.

1991 Hollywood Records Remaster
Digitally Remastered by Kevin Metcalfe at The Town House, London.

1998 Remaster
1998 Digital Remaster by Peter Mew at Abbey Road Studios
Remastering Co-ordination by Justin Shirley-Smith

These Analogue Masters have been Digitally transfered at 24 bits Resolution
Processed using Sonic Solutions NO NOISE Technology
and Mastered to 16 bit using Prism SNS Noise Shaping

2001 Remaster
Remastered by Peter Mew at Abbey Road Studios 2001.

2011 Remaster
This 2011 version has been meticulously re-created using the finest modern analogue
and digital technology from the original first-generation master mixes.
Mastered by Bob Ludwig, Gateway Mastering Studios, Portland, ME.
Audio supervised by Justin Shirley-Smith and Kris Fredriksson.
Additional audio restoration by Kris Fredriksson.
Special thanks: Joshua J Macrae, Greg Brooks, Gary Taylor.
Queen management: Jim Beach

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Bonus EP
Executive Producers: Brian May and Roger Taylor.
Bonus EP Mastered by Adam Ayan at Gateway Mastering, Portland, ME. Audio restoration by Kris Fredriksson.
Now I'm Here (Live at Hammersmith Odeon, December 1975): Recorded by Adrian Revell, Martin 'Tom' Tranter, David Goatham & Chris Jenkins.
Mix Produced by Justin Shirley-Smith, Kris Fredriksson and Joshua J Macrae.
Flick Of The Wrist (BBC Session, October 1974): Produced by Jeff Griffin. Engineered by Chris Lycett.
Tenement Funster (BBC Session, October 1974): Produced by Jeff Griffin. Engineered by Chris Lycett.
Bring Back That Leroy Brown (A Cappella Mix 2011): Produced by Queen and Roy Thomas Baker. Recorded by Mike Stone.
Mixed by Joshua J Macrae and Justin Shirley-Smith.
In The Lap Of The Gods... revisited (Live at Wembley Stadium, July 1986): Recorded by Mack. Mixed by Brian Malouf, Assisted by Pat MacDougall.
Special Thanks: Greg Brooks, Gary Taylor, John K Chester and Jamie Howarth at Plangent Processes,
All at British Grove Studios, Astoria Studio and FX Copyroom.