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Roman W.
4 stars I can't understand such low mark. This CD has a great climat, and it's my favourite after Queen II. It's not as commercial as "Hot Space" or "A Kind of Magig". It has got a soul.

It's A Beautiful Day - some kind of intro, which is quite enjoyable 6/10

Made In Heaven - also enjoyable good track (previously released on solo CD of Freddie Mercury ("Mr Bad Guy" I think). Queen remastered it, and added more guitars, and drums. I really like it. 7/10

Let Me Live - this track isn't typical for Queen. Here you can hear Freddie, Brian and Roger with a choir. Something good and different. 7/10

Mother Love - one of the best on this CD. Climat, passion. Freddie died before ending this song, and the last part is sang by Brian May. It ends with a sample of a song "Going back", which Freddie released before Queen. 10/10

My Life Has Been Saved - in my opinion the worst song of this CD, but also good and enjoyable. 6/10

I Was Born To Love You - very rocky song (previously released on solo CD of Freddie). Very famous and enjoyable. I really like it. 7/10

Heaven For Everyone - famous and sentimental track. Very, very good. 8/10

Too Much Love Will Kill You - 7/10

You Don't Fool Me - 9/10

A Winter's Tale - I love this one. It is always played in my house on Christmas. Beatiful 10/10

It's A Beatiful Day - again the song from the beginning, but with a very fasy, and rocky part. 6,5/10

Yeah - the previous song ends with word "yeah". I don't know why it is a separate song */10

And the last mysterious untitled hidden song, which is very strange, and in some way beautiful. You can hear watches, laugh. Very interesting 10/10

So... Queen was able to create beautiful music. Album "Queen II", or "Innuendo" are very great (the first one is even progressive). This is a very, very good CD, but there is one thing missing - masterpiece track. We won't find here something like Innuendo, or "March of The Black Queen".

Not essential, but it's worth to hear it, because it's enjoyable, and you can hear last songs of Freddie.


Roman W. | 4/5 |


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