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HOT SPACE

Queen

 

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dale
3 stars I am a Queen fan have been since 1976 thats about 27 years now, im not saying that all of Queens music is great no most of it is fantastic. what most people are forgetting when reviewing hotspace is that this record was put togetherin thir quiet years that is the spell when they had there uptill then biggest gap between albums,which coincidentaly was the time when all the band members were doing there own thing brian may was doing his Brian May and friends bit which he produced one album star fleet project 1983 Roger Taylor had formed the Cross and Freddie was working on the Mr Bad Guy album, although these projects were started after the hotspace album had hit the shelves if you listen to Mr Bad Guy and Hotspace you can here the strictly solo influence of Freddie you wont get more disco than Mr Bad guy they could almost be a double album. I think Hotspace was the start of Freddies solo carrear influence and should be judged on its own merit rather against the uncomparable likes of A Night At The Opera and all the wonderful materpieces before . Freedie briefly returned to his disco years at a later date in the form of The Miracle just listen to Kashogies ship at the start. Example try and obtain a copy of Hotspace you will find it a hard task I have had people ask me for it because they cannot get it. Not bad for a disco album.
dale | 3/5 |

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