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Artist: Queen

Title: Hot Space

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Category: Album Oriented Rock

Year: 1982/2011

Label: Hollywood Records

Catalog Number: 61038-2

Personnel

Freddie Mercury piano, vocals
Brian May guitar, keyboards, vocals
Roger Taylor drums, vocals
John Deacon bass, guitar
David Bowie additional vocals

2011 Remastered re-issue including a bonus disc of rareties

Tracks


Disc 1
1.  Staying Power  4:10
2.  Dancer  3:46
3.  Back Chat  4:31
4.  Body Language  4:29
5.  Action This Day  3:32
6.  Put Out the Fire  3:18
7.  Life Is Real (Song for Lennon)  3:28
8.  Calling All Girls  3:50
9.  Las Palabras de Amor (The Words of Love)  4:26
10.  Cool Cat  3:26
11.  Under Pressure  4:02
  
Total Running Time:  42:58

Disc 2
12.  Staying Power live in Milton Keynes 1982  3:57
13.  Soul Brother b-side  3:36
14.  Back Chat single remix  4:12
15.  Action This Day live in Tokyo 1982  6:25
16.  Calling All Girls live in Tokyo 1982   4:45
  
Total Running Time:  22:55

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Tony Date: February 4, 2003 at 1:55
Yikes!!! The beginning of the end here. The Brian May songs are the only thing that hold this thing afloat but Freddie's songs are just horrible. I mean it's just BAD 80's club dance music. I think he loved early 80's dance stuff he just wasn't very good at trying to write it and for the first time Queen sounded like they were following trends instead of setting them. Only Freddie Mercury could get away with singing a song like "Body Language" with a wink & a smile though and seem natural.

From: Gar Date: March 22, 2003 at 7:40
There are a few good songs mixed in with the crap. I loved Roger Taylor's "Put Out the Fire". "Under Pressure" is a gem. The John Lennon tribute "Life is Real" is pretty good as well. As for the other songs... the less said is better. This album is for QUEEN completists only.

From: Big Papa K Date: June 27, 2004 at 23:25
The band at their worst. Starts off with four terrible disco pop tunes that sound way out of time. Even the now disco tracks are not that great, except for "Under Pressure", one of the bands few classics from this decade. 3/10

From: Scott 87 Date: November 21, 2004 at 22:08
This one brings back good memories for me of a time when all was innocent during my younger days. Still the most played Queen album of all. It's not for all the diehard fan of their older material though. I just picked up the Queen On Fire live cd from this tour and in my opion it rocks!

From: underworld king Date: February 11, 2010 at 21:42
I agree with Scott 87 on this. A magical time in my life and good times listening to this album. Not Queen's most rocking album but I enjoy the diversity of it.

From: Xenonmusic Date: October 6, 2010 at 20:21
Dangerous goods class 8 (corrosive)

From: rick kerch vzla Date: July 12, 2020 at 17:15
A Pop album with even some disco feeling in certain parts...not a bad release but different,you have to be open minded to understanding it...my fave tracks are # 1,3,9(nice),10 & 11(the best cut undoubtebly).60/100


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