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Posted: 21 Oct 05, 19:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

CHOOSE TEN UNRELEASED SONGS OF QUEEN AND FREDDIE MERCURY, And PUT THAT IN A FUTURE ALBUM WITH NEW ADJUSTMENTS,REMASTERED SOUND AND MORE.
LIKE THIS:

-FEEL LIKE This is an early version of Under Pressure which lasts about 5 minutes. The song has different lyrics and a different rhythm. David Bowie was, according to Greg, not on this demo and was ona well-known demo of Queen, but never released on a bootleg. ly in the studio for a very short time. All the
demos after Bowie's visit feature Under Pressure without him.

-I GUESS WE´RE FALLING OUT Nice pop song. The first part has some lyrics followed by a chorus with multiple Freddie vocals singing the title. The second part contains some improvisation words such as the famous "de da da da's". This demo doesn't has a real ending, because it is followed by Hang On In There. However it might be possible that there are more versions available of this demo.

-LOVE MAKIN´LOVE a track from the mr bad guy sessions.

-SILVER SALMON a well-known demo of Queen, but never released on a bootleg. This is an early 70's demo originally written by Tim Staffell.
So far some takes have been found in the Queen vaults and two versions have been played at the Queen convention in 2000. One lasts for 2 minutes and the second (well-known one) for 3 minutes.
Both tracks are completely different and feature some great guitar play. The second version is very heavy with great drums.
It is said that the two versions were recorded for the albums Queen and Queen II, just like the track Seven Seas Of Rhye.

-POLAR BEAR originally a track recorded by Smile in 1969, but also recorded by Queen in 1970 without John Deacon on bass. Instead it features B. Mitchells on bass, one of Queen's first bass players untill John joined the band.This Queen version is a lot better than Smile's version. Freddie has a beautiful high voice and the song really has a relaxed mood. Better sit down when you hear this one for the first time!

-HANGMAN a song that Queen played live at many gigs, but a studio recording never appeared on any album. It is now rumoured that a studio version exists. It is said that Freddie wrote the lyrics and Brian the music, although some say that it originally was a Wreckage song.

-STATE OF SHOCK This demo was recorded with Freddie and Michael. It was later re-recorded with Michael and Mick Jagger. Due to copyright and ownership problems it's hard to tell when and how this track will be released. But Jim Beach, Queen's manager, has some kind of plans for the unreleased Mercury/Jackson tracks.


-Face It Alone: a demo from 1990 from the Innuendo sessions. It's one of the longer demos, because this one has a running time of 10 minutes. It's something like a three-piece demo and should be a great ballad.

-A New Life Is Born: from the Miracle sessions, written by Freddie. This is an extended Breakthru piano intro. It sounds almost the same as the normal Breakthru intro, except for a few missing backing vocals. When you expect the "Now!", the song just keeps on going featuring new lyrics
and more piano. Lovely. It's likely that there's also a demo of just the second part of Breakthru, since Breakthru is actually a song made from two songs.

Robbery: from 1990, the Innuendo sessions. This track has been written by Roger (although Greg said at the Dutch 2001 convention that it could also be Brian) and is 2 minutes long. A strong song with nice guitars and some vocals in the first part. The second part is instrumental.



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Posted: 21 Oct 05, 19:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

i like that!!!!!!!!!


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