Queen announce Queen Forever album PLUS unreleased Freddie Mercury songs!

Legendary British rock group Queen have unveiled details of their brand new album Queen Forever.

Queen will release the Queen Forever LP, which features three previously unreleased songs featuring the late Freddie Mercury, later this year.

Speaking about the release, guitarist Brian May said, "[The tracks are] things that we have collected together that are representative of our growth rather than the big hits."


As well as a collection of classic Queen tracks, Queen Forever will also feature three previously unreleased songs, including collaboration with Michael Jackson, There Must Be More To Life Than This, previously unfinished Let Me In Your Heart Again (from The Work’s album recording sessions) and a new ballad version of Freddie Mercury’s first solo UK Top 40, Love Kills.

Queen Forever, which will be available as both a 20 track CD and extended 36 track two-CD set, will be released in the UK on November 10 through Virgin Records.

Check out the tracklisting for Queen Forever below:

CD 1
Let Me In Your Heart Again
Love Kills – The Ballad
There Must Be More To Life Than This (William Orbit Mix)
It’s A Hard Life
You’re My Best Friend
Love Of My Life
Long Away
Lily Of The Valley
Don’t Try So Hard
These Are The Days Of Our Lives
Las Palabras De Amor
Who Wants To Live Forever
A Winter’s Tale
Play The Game
Save Me
Somebody To Love
Too Much Love Will Kill You
Crazy Little Thing Called Love

I Was Born To Love You
Somebody To Love
Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Friends Will Be Friends
One Year of Love
A Winters Tale
Mother Love
It’s A Hard Life
Save Me
Made in Heaven
Too Much Love Will Kill You
Sail Away Sweet Sister
The Miracle
Is This The World We Created
In The Lap Of The Gods…Revisited

Chart Facts

Queen have scored 54 (yes, 54!) UK Top 40 singles with Bohemian Rhapsody (1975), Under Pressure (1981), Innuendo (1991), Bohemian Rhapsody/ These Are The Days Of Our Lives (1991), Five Live (1993) and We Will Rock You (2000) all hitting the Number 1 spot.

The legendary group have also scored 33 UK Top 40 albums with nine Number 1s; A Night At The Opera (1975), A Day At The Races (1976), The Game (1980), Queen’s Greatest Hits (1981), A Kind Of Magic (1986), The Miracle (1989), Innuendo (1991), Greatest Hits II (1991) and Made In Heaven (1995).

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