Saturday, September 20, 2014

Soon: Freddy Mercury's Metropolis Song

A new CD collection from Queen, will include Love Kills, a song of Freddy Mercury’s Giorgio Moroder collaboration. This song, never-before completed, was originally recorded for the soundtrack to Moroder’s restored version of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis. The album, called Queen Forever, will feature also other unreleased Freddie Mercury tracks, including the Queen frontman’s collaboration with Michael Jackson. The concept for this album was shaped after Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor discovered a stash of unreleased material in the Queen source archive. Although May had hoped to release the songs last year, they “found a few more tracks with Freddie singing and all of us playing”, he recently told BBC Radio Wales. “They are quite beautiful … [and they have] the big, big ballads and the big, big epic sound.”

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