What does it sound like?:
Yet another compilation, presumably put out as a way to flog the three ‘new’ songs on here. The best of these by far is ‘Let Me In Your Heart Again’, an outtake from The Works album, and decent enough if you like the commercial/poppier side of Queen. ‘There Must Be More To Life Than This’ is a duet with a very youthful sounding Michael Jackson, whose voice sounds very weak next to Mercury’s. The other two songs they recorded in 1981 remain in the vaults, presumably held back for another future release, but you can see why this was rejected for inclusion on both Hot Space and The Works before a solo version finally appeared on Fred’s Mr Bad Guy album. ‘Love Kills’ is simply a slowed down band version of the Giorgio Moroder hi – nrg track most will be familiar with.
What does it all *mean*?
Comes in both single and expanded two cd versions, and it’s good to hear some of the less familiar Queen songs like Lily of The Valley, Drowse and Nevermore alongside the usual selection of well known tracks such as You’re My Best Friend, Somebody To Love » Continue Reading.