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Posted: 17 Apr 09, 15:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Google The Mail on Sunday , a track list when u search Queen and 3 snippets from the cd

10 live tracks presumably Live Killers extracts
and a few bonuses from WWRY

a bit dissapointed that the lads feel the need to follow the has beens by trying to flog us songs via a couple of Quid for the paper ! not as if it will attract new fans cause who buys tha Mail anyway , a giveaway via Sunday Sport may have been more Freddies Style !!

SUNDAY SPORT HEADLINE : FRED ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING ON PLANET MERCURY

and yes u guessed it the FREE GIVEAWAY COULD BE MR.BAD GUY

cheers all




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Posted: 17 Apr 09, 15:39 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

are you sure about the 10 live tracks..my understanding of it is,10 tracks by queen(no mention of live).and 3 from the musical..may not be much but a nice wee collectors edition.

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Posted: 17 Apr 09, 15:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Next weekend The Mail on Sunday brings you another exclusive musical world first. Inside your copy on April 26 you’ll find an amazing free CD by Queen – one of the greatest-ever supergroups.

Queen have never before allowed their music to be used in a collaboration with a newspaper, but founder members Brian May and Roger Taylor have worked with The Mail on Sunday to produce this very special album.

The CD features ten full Queen tracks, including Killer Queen, Don’t Stop Me Now and the fantastic anthem We Will Rock You, all sung by Freddie Mercury, the iconic superstar who tragically died in 1991.

His extraordinary voice is complemented by Brian May’s exhilarating guitar, Roger Taylor’s storming drumming and John Deacon’s rock-solid bass.

Queen’s music has gained a new generation of fans through the hugely successful musical We Will Rock You, which features all their greatest hits woven into a story written by Ben Elton.

The musical began in the West End in 2002 and has played to packed houses around the world ever since.

As bonus tracks on this album you’ll also get four fantastic Queen songs performed by the original cast.
There are more details about this unique        Queen CD in this weekend's Mail on Sunday, but if you want to be absolutely sure of getting your hands on it, you can reserve yours now by filling in the coupon in the paper and giving it to your newsagent.
Queen and The Mail on Sunday will rock you on April 26!
Listen to We Will Rock You here:

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Posted: 17 Apr 09, 15:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

the above is from the.mails forthcoming news....the mail online.

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Posted: 17 Apr 09, 15:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The UK's 'Mail On Sunday' Newspaper, is giving away
a Queen Compilation on Sunday 26th April.

The Compilation has been especially put together
for the 'Paper to give away. (The CD will be IN
the 'Paper - you don't need to take a Token to a
Store, or send to the 'Paper to get it).

It is called:, 'Queen Rock You'.

The Track List is:,

1) We Will Rock You
2) Killer Queen
3) Don't Stop Me Now
4) Bicycle Race
5) Now I'm Here
6) Let Me Entertain You
7) Get Down, Make Love
8) I'm In Love With My Car
9) '39
10) Keep Yourself Alive

PLUS - 4 'Bonus Tracks' - from, 'We Will Rock You',
the Queen Musical:,

A) A Kind Of Magic
B) I Want To Break Free
C) Somebody To Love
D) No-One But You



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Posted: 17 Apr 09, 17:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



 



david (galashiels) wrote:



Next weekend The Mail on Sunday brings you another exclusive musical world first. Inside your copy on April 26 you’ll find an amazing free CD by Queen – one of the greatest-ever supergroups.

Queen have never before allowed their music to be used in a collaboration with a newspaper, but founder members Brian May and Roger Taylor have worked with The Mail on Sunday to produce this very special album.

The CD features ten full Queen tracks, including Killer Queen, Don’t Stop Me Now and the fantastic anthem We Will Rock You, all sung by Freddie Mercury, the iconic superstar who tragically died in 1991.

His extraordinary voice is complemented by Brian May’s exhilarating guitar, Roger Taylor’s storming drumming and John Deacon’s rock-solid bass.

Queen’s music has gained a new generation of fans through the hugely successful musical We Will Rock You, which features all their greatest hits woven into a story written by Ben Elton.

The musical began in the West End in 2002 and has played to packed houses around the world ever since.

As bonus tracks on this album you’ll also get four fantastic Queen songs performed by the original cast.
There are more details about this unique        Queen CD in this weekend's Mail on Sunday, but if you want to be absolutely sure of getting your hands on it, you can reserve yours now by filling in the coupon in the paper and giving it to your newsagent.
Queen and The Mail on Sunday will rock you on April 26!
Listen to We Will Rock You here:


    Don't you just love the marketing spin used in some of these press releases - 'Queen have never before allowed their music to be used in a collaboration with a newspaper:  either I'm losing my marbles or someone is being a little economical with the truth - anyone remember this:

http://www.queenzone.com/news/deluxe-edition-for-queen-discography-in-spain.aspx

    Only wish a newspaper in the the UK would do a decent version of the spanish originals.

    Personally I'll not be looking for a copy of the Mail this Sunday.






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Posted: 17 Apr 09, 18:01 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

problem with .the mail.is.the only tits will be the editor lol.

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Posted: 18 Apr 09, 02:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Yes these are all Live Killers versions and it has a great picture sleeve. Look out for the advert on TV too.

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Posted: 26 Apr 09, 07:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



 



GT wrote:



Yes these are all Live Killers versions and it has a great picture sleeve. Look out for the advert on TV too.




What's so great about the picture sleeve? It's exactly the same as the cover of Livekillers.

This is a fairly cynical use of the same media that Queen have always claimed to hate to promote the musical and to keep the Queen name in the press in the run up to the release of the Q+PR dvd.

Never mind: I'm sure now that it's been released you'll disappear until the next time Queen productions have something to plug -- probably GH4 featuring Paul Rodgers.







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Posted: 28 Apr 09, 08:07 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

First people complain about what the band is selling and now they are complaining about what they give away for FREE?  

Sounds stupid if you ask me.

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Posted: 28 Apr 09, 11:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote







lalaalalaa wrote:



First people complain about what the band is selling and now they are complaining about what they give away for FREE?  

Sounds stupid if you ask me.


Yeah, stupid people, expressing their opinions on a forum, a place that facilitates expression of opinion...




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Posted: 28 Apr 09, 15:45 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



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lalaalalaa wrote:



 



First people complain about what the band is selling and now they are complaining about what they give away for FREE?  

Sounds stupid if you ask me.



 


Yeah, stupid people, expressing their opinions on a forum, a place that facilitates expression of opinion...



I'm not calling the people stupid, I'm saying that complaining about it is stupid.  I also never said anything about them being able to express their opinions.






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Posted: 28 Apr 09, 16:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

You could string them up to scare away elephants.