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Posted: 26 Dec 07, 19:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I read in a interview Tiki that Brian did in 1989 for "The Miracle" that Queen wrote about 40 songs for the album besides the tracks on the album and the b-sides and the known demos like "Too Much Love" and "New Life Is Born" what are the other songs that made up the 40 songs?

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Posted: 27 Dec 07, 00:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I Guess We're Falling Out, not 'I guess were falling apart', possibly Face It Alone and The Hitman were conceived during the Miracle sessions, My Baby Loves Me. I wish Brooks would come on here and give us some useful information about demos and sessions, etc., instead of the crap he posts.

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Posted: 27 Dec 07, 03:38 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"I Guess I'm Falling Apart" was recorded in late 1991.

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Posted: 27 Dec 07, 06:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Pim Derks wrote:

"I Guess I'm Falling Apart" was recorded in late 1991.


hehe... let me guess... around november?

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Posted: 27 Dec 07, 06:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Pim Derks wrote:

"I Guess I'm Falling Apart" was recorded in late 1991.


...and "dark humour" was written in late 2007.


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Posted: 27 Dec 07, 10:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

JeroenG wrote:

Pim Derks wrote:

"I Guess I'm Falling Apart" was recorded in late 1991.


hehe... let me guess... around november?


No Jeroen, you're mixing something up. In late November 1991 they recorded "Me Pee Pee" - Freddie's tribute to golden showers in the gay scene (which he loved so dearly).

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Posted: 27 Dec 07, 14:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Pim Derks wrote:

JeroenG wrote:

Pim Derks wrote:

"I Guess I'm Falling Apart" was recorded in late 1991.


hehe... let me guess... around november?


No Jeroen, you're mixing something up. In late November 1991 they recorded "Me Pee Pee" - Freddie's tribute to golden showers in the gay scene (which he loved so dearly).



How has THAT informed the debate sir?

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Posted: 27 Dec 07, 14:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Pim Derks wrote:

JeroenG wrote:

Pim Derks wrote:

"I Guess I'm Falling Apart" was recorded in late 1991.


hehe... let me guess... around november?


No Jeroen, you're mixing something up. In late November 1991 they recorded "Me Pee Pee" - Freddie's tribute to golden showers in the gay scene (which he loved so dearly).


So...a slightly more direct version of 'Yellow Breezes?'

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Posted: 27 Dec 07, 15:17 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Or perhaps, the rest of the songs written for the miracle, part then of innuendo.
These, but which were not published as a self-made man or robbery, if the join, come to the 30 or 40 that mention brian.


the logical one is good to think, but it does not to live
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Posted: 29 Dec 07, 14:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

OMG, has everyone on here tried to become a smart ass. Not very becoming. He meant 30-40 songs in the basic sense of ideas and concepts. most probably weren't seriously recorded beyond a basic idea.