I'd like to help Richard to make this forum more serious and welcome for Queen fans who are interesting not only in list of Freddie's lovers, thoughts about John Deacon's retirement etc. So you may call it as a guide for newbies or whatever.
If you need to know anything about Queen/Solo concerts (where, when, what, has been recorded or not, tickets' images, fan stories, who joined Queen on stage, some other little details etc.) check Martin's (a.k.a. Mr Scully) site: http://www.queenconcerts.com
If you want to know accurate and complete lyrics of any Queen/Solo songs (including from live shows officialy released as audio or video recording - what have Freddie said between songs, what does woman says over the phone in the end of 'Dancer' etc.) check Ian's or Andy Young (his site contains lyrics to miscellaneous songs also - like 'Picking Up Sounds') pages: http://www.ultimatequeen.co.uk/homepage.htm http://www.pemcom.demon.co.uk/queen
If you need in details of any released Queen/Solo albums, singles in any format (LP, CD, 12", 7", VHS) - you have to go again to Andy's site for his giant discography database. And for fans who can't find chart positions of Queen/Solo songs that site will help too (as well as previously named UltimateQueen).
If you're looking for any info about videos and would like to know something like if is there any difference between GVHII and GFII versions of 'Breakthru' check: http://queenvideos.cjb.net
If you would like to know what is 'Freddie's Millions' or any other Queen's film about, what's the difference between the FM tribute on DVD and VHS check again UltimateQueen.
If you still think that Roger wrote Innuendo or you need to know who played what on Queen records, what equipment they used then your way goes to Sebastian: http://sebastian.queenconcerts.com
If you're interested in database of all existing versions of Queen/Solo songs you can check details on: http://queenvault.com
If you would like to read reviews of all Queen/Solo albums with quotes by Queen's members and would like to know more about how some of songs were recorded (info provided by Philipp) - go to: http://queen.musichall.cz/index_en.php
If you're looking for sleeves, collecting items, prices and other merchandise check: http://www.queenpicturehall.com
If you want to know the list of books about Queen check these ones: http://www.meddows.com/books.phtml http://www.pemcom.demon.co.uk/queen/bibliog.html
If you want to find something else about Queen you need to check: http://www.queenfind.com
Mp3s are present on some of these sites too. But if you still need in some of them check Rien's: http://www.mercuryparadise.com
If you want to read on all of Queen's known recordings between 1970 and 1979 - Ultimate Queen Anthology by John S. Stuart, with future installments still to come (hopefully!), then check out the threads within this Lester's thread: http://www.queenzone.com/queenzone/forumnew/forum_topic_view.aspx?Q=418110
And if you want to know about the British press bastards check: http://brianmay.com
And please remember one simple thing: it's much easier to learn how to read than ask someone to read something for you!