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Queen Forever

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QUEEN FOREVER (2CD) (F)

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: UNIVERSAL
  • ASIN: B00NHWXUZK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
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Hearing a unreleased track in 2014 is so refreshing. The second you press play on the Queen "Forever" album you get a unreleased song called "Let Me In Your Heart Again." Written by guitarist Brian May and recorded in L.A. 1983 during The Works session. It never made the light of day on The Works, but it did in the late 80's with actress Anita Dobson on her solo album. The minute I heard Freddie Mercury's voice singing a song I never heard him do before made my mind fill with nostalgia of why I fell in love with Queen. Freddie's vocal performance is in his prime with flawless grace and power. Throughout beginning to end the song is set in a high range. It might be the highest range I've heard Freddie sing in a medium ballad other than "Made In Heaven" I can see why this song did not make it on The Works. It's because the lyrics and style did not fit the project. The second track is "Love Kills." A electronic/dance song that Freddie Mercury co-written with Giorgio Moroder(producer of Donna Summers). Another song recorded by Queen during The Works period. It was finally released for a 1928 reworked movie called Metropolis. I also have have heard a hard rock version on Freddie's solo album. I was unaware that Queen also made a ballad version of this song during the time of The Works. Quite frankly when I saw "Love Kills-The Ballad" on the playlist I was not excited. I never liked that song. I am here to tell you that the newly reworked ballad version with Brain May and the drummer Roger Taylor is the best version. It should have been in a ballad format all along. It has taken a new life. It has an acoustic intro, Brianesque guitar solo, and a distinguishable Queen arrangement. Now I hear "Love Kills" in a different light.Read more ›
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I've been waiting for the Mercury-Jackson duet on "There must be more to life than this" to appear as an official Queen track for so long, probably since 1984 when I heard the rumour of their collaboration for the first time. Although the raw, bootleg version of the duet has been around for awhile, but still this studio mix comes as a great surprise with its excellent mix and arrangement.
"Let Me In Your Heart Again" is another 'new' track in the album, and although it is the first time I heard the music, Brian May's guitar sound, the vocal harmony and Freddie's voice really make it an instant Queen classic!
The third 'new' track is 'Love Kills - the ballad' which is actually a lot better version than its original 1984 counterpart. The accoustic touch on the ballad version really makes it a killer ballad!
Other songs in this album are taken from various albums, some of which have been a bit redundantly included in several other previous compilation albums but nevertheless it's still, it's an enjoyable compilation.
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Yet another in the very long line of compilation albums from Queen, except this is closer to "Queen Rocks" from a few years back rather than another "Greatest Hits" in that 1) This is a themed compilation ("Rocks" dealt with Queen rock songs) as it features love songs, ballads. 2) Features quite a number of non-singles aka album tracks the majority of the mainstream non-Queen fan audience have rarely if ever listened to.
Other than the first three "new" songs, literally everything on here as been released before, absolutely nothing new to speak of which is a shame as Queen could have made this so much more interesting. The press release promising "new takes on old classics" was an outright lie, a few tracks had been edited here and there but that hardly qualifies.
Thing is, Queen COULD have done just that, used alternate takes of these tracks to make this more exciting (ex: Who Wants to Live Forever from Highlander using Freddie's lead vocals through the whole song.) The deluxe version of "Forever" just adds more of the same and no Queen fan needs to buy the 2 CD set.
I still give the whole thing 4 stars simply because of the quality of the songs and no other reason.
As for the three new songs; "Let Me In Your Heart Again" is almost brilliant. An incredible performance all around and deserves to be a number 1 single. "Love Kills" is a drastically re-worked version of a Freddie solo song and it sounds surprisingly good as a ballad (as opposed to the 80s synth pop it originally was.) "There Must Be More to Life than This" was easily the weakest of the bunch. A maddeningly poor mix done by William Orbit didn't help matters any. Michael Jackson is essentially a cameo anyway, hardly making this the duet Freddie and MJ originally intended.
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I'm a huge Queen fan, having met Brian May a few times, and I must say this is the compilation album I'd hoped they would put out for a long time. There are SOME greatest hits on here, plus the three new songs/mixes, but frankly this is what I'd call "the best of the album cuts" - so many of their FABULOUS underrated songs that if you haven't collected all the albums, you probably haven't heard. Now you can hear "The Rest of Queen" and enjoy the quirky sense of humor, fun, and lavish glam they were all about. My favorite band of all time, now and FOREVER.
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