No one can deny that MJ was a popular artist or that he had significant influence on pop music in general, but popular does not always equal good or talented (Lady Gaga, Ke$ha, Justin Bieber, etc.), it just means the artist had great marketing. Queen, on the other hand, had comparatively terrible marketing, but each individual member had arguably more talent than MJ could have ever hoped to have, with Freddie leading them all in that regard.
You're including a ton of tracks that don't get any play as far as I can tell and even the friends from whom I heard about Queen didn't know about more than 5 or 6 of those tracks.
This is why this is largely a pointless argument to make. I've personally never heard of more than like 4 Queen tracks, I can't recall ever having heard more than that and that's even when you include my days of nautical mischief where friends who are more musically inclined than I am would have tons of obscure tracks, I don't recall ever having seen more than about 5 or so Queen tracks in any collection and it's always the same 5 or so tracks.
Also, I'm not sure you're really average if you've somehow managed to avoid damn near all of MJ's hits and somehow rack up a list that long for Queen.
I agree, it is largely a pointless argument, since in the end it is really all subjective, but I would also say that you are far from average as well if you've only heard a handful of the songs I listed, all of which have received significant radio play worldwide from the 70's all through the 90's and even still today, though not necessarily on pop music stations (on that list, Bohemian Rhapsody, Another One Bites the Dust, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Your'e My Best Friend and We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions probably got the most pop airplay in their day).
I grew up listening to so-called "classic" rock, which Queen is... well... the queen of, so I would be far more likely to have heard a lot of Queen as opposed to MJ (also I personally own about 50 or so Queen tracks in my collection). Having been a teenager in the 80's I couldn't help but be aware of MJ's penultimate works like Thriller and Billy Jean and I'm sure I have heard others, but not so much that I could name them by title.
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Adding the Wiz is like giving Olivia Newton John a heads up for Xanadu.