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Artist: Queen

Title: Innuendo

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Queen Innuendo Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1991/2011

Label: Island

Catalog Number: 278 000 9


Freddie Mercury vocals and keyboards
Brian May guitars
John Deacon bass
Roger Taylor drums and percussion

2011 Remastered re-issue including a bonus disc of rareties


Disc 1
1.  Innuendo  6:29
2.  I'm Going Slightly Mad  4:22
3.  Headlong  4:39
4.  I Can't Live With You  4:35
5.  Don't Try So Hard  3:39
6.  Ride the Wild Wind  4:41
7.  All God's People  4:19
8.  These Are the Days of Our Lives  4:12
9.  Delilah  3:32
10.  The Hitman  4:52
11.  Bijou  3:37
12.  The Show Must Go On  4:24
Total Running Time:  53:21

Disc 2
13.  I Can't Live with You 1997 'Rocks' retake  4:50
14.  Lost Opportunity b-side  3:53
15.  Ride the Wild Wind early version with guide vocal  4:14
16.  I'm Going Slightly Mad mad mix  4:37
17.  Headlong embryo with guide vocal  4:44
Total Running Time:  22:18

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Alberto Date: August 20, 2001 at 6:44
No comments can be done on this album. It contains some rock song that still lies between classical, folk, prog, and hard rock. It is something magic, like only a Queen album can be. A Masterpiece (perhaps also THE masterpece) of modern music.

From: jielpe Date: December 15, 2001 at 8:03
It is for me the best album from Queen since "Jazz"

From: jason Date: June 1, 2002 at 16:05
I believe this was the last album before Freddie died. Freddie Mercury was really good at saving his money. I read that he died with over $40 million dollars in the bank. He had also bought a helicopter to fly the band around. Now wasn't that nice of him?.......R'n'R Hall of Fame-bound, no doubt!

From: Rockforever Date: September 23, 2002 at 17:28
A great way for a great band to effectively end their recording career.The title track is an epic that includes a fantastic Brian May spanish guitar solo.Headlong is a great rocking single.These are the Days.. is one of their most beautiful ballads ever; Bijou is a great guitar showcase for Mr May, while the closing track,'The Show must go on' ranks as one of Queen's all-time best stadium rock anthems. All the boys still play superbly.

From: B. CASARIN -MEX Date: September 26, 2002 at 19:08
superb final record with mercury !!! rating 90/100

From: Tony Date: February 4, 2003 at 2:01
An album that has grown on me over the years. Very "regal" and "majestic" sounding with juts awesome production and the most personal lyrics ever on a Queen album. At the time it came out I was a little disappointed as I wanted it "heavier" sounding but that's just not what these guys were about in 91' and thank God they didn't cater to morons like me. A great masterpiece and a superb slice of music for Freddie's swan song. A must have if you're a Queen fan.

From: SteelTheLight Date: May 8, 2003 at 11:44
Spanish guitar solo on title track is played by Steve Howe of Yes. Queen Lives Forever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From: miguel-peru Date: March 24, 2004 at 16:30

From: Big Papa K Date: June 27, 2004 at 23:33
I don't like to do what most people do with this album and give it a high rating due to the circumstances of what was going on during the recording. Having said that, this is their best album since the 70's. This time, the rockers are actually two of the worst songs on here, while tunes like "Innuendo", "I Can't Live Without You", "I'm Going Slightly Mad" are excellent. But of course, nothing can top "The Show Must Go On". What a way to end! 8/10

From: Alberto 4 Date: August 9, 2004 at 17:24
Innuendo es uno de los mejores temas que Queen haya grabado jamás. La parte central con alegorías españolas recuerda al barroquismo de lujo de los primeros discos. Rememoran también sus viejos tiempos de cuero negro con cortes muy rockeros como Headlong o The Hitman. Genial las proezas vocalísticas de Mercury en la delirante All God's People y la majestuosa The Show Must Go On, síntesis de creatividad y talento, canción que cierra ella sola con uno de los capítulos más grandes de la historia de

From: Alberto 4 Date: August 9, 2004 at 18:15
la música rock. No puedo olvidarme de mencionar la excepcional Bijou. Para mi gusto esa canción envuelve en sus fragmentos un sentimiento como de nostalgia infinita, sensibilidad que sólo Brian May sabía extraer de las cuerdas de su guitarra. Quiero recordar que May toca de una manera un tanto especial, no suele utilizar púa para rasgar las cuerdas sino una pequeña moneda, además la guitarra fue hecha por él mismo: todo esto hace que Queen consiga ese sonido que le hace diferente a otros grupos.

From: Sidewinder Date: September 22, 2004 at 0:48
Beyond his weakness, due of his awful health at this stage of his career, Freddie was as good as when he started all this era of gifts to our lucky ears and minds... I say "lucky", 'cause all of us who did listen their songs and great sounds, were gifted with this chance of havin' plenty of good moments in our lives. Therefore... what else can I say?... Long Live the Queen, Freddie... y Viva Chile Mierda!!!! robtor1@hotmail.com (Chile)

From: Harry Date: March 6, 2005 at 20:09
This isn't just a great album, this is one of the best moments in the history of music! Everything here is so good that I just can't highlight any of these tracks. Just buy the cd and listen to beautiful music!

From: RockHits Date: July 12, 2005 at 1:12
I remember buying this CD when it came out. I was not expecting much as Queen had been going downhill for quite a while. Never in a million years did I expect a masterpiece of this nature from the boys. A very personal CD that starts at your brain and moves to your heart. Quite frankly in my opinion the best queen CD ever 9.5/10

From: Wachen Date: December 25, 2005 at 17:03
The best album with Queen. Solid song throughout and Freddie rips his heart out on this one! R.I.P 9/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: September 29, 2017 at 20:08
A good rocking album with some Pop ones as well ...my fave cuts are # 1(a song with a kinda "heavy" atmosphere in it),2,3,4,5,10 & 12...it's a shame Mercury is not around anymore because the latest he recorded with the rest of the guys was surely leading into a heavier sound.85/100

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