Queen are planning to release two unheard tracks featuring their late singer Freddie Mercury.
Twenty-two years after Freddie Mercury died, his voice is to be heard on new songs. His former bandmates in Queen, Brian May and Roger Taylor, are to release unheard tracks featuring Mercury.
“There’s a couple of tracks,” Taylor tells Classic Rock magazine. “Brian and I are going to work on them. One of them we all worked on; the other one was mainly a Brian song.
“I’m not bigging them up or anything, but there are a couple of things that we’re going to finish, and I dare say they’ll come out.”
They are also working on unreleased duets featuring Michael Jackson and Mercury. link
"Brian and I are going to work on them. One of them we all worked on; the other one was mainly a Brian song"
Haha, if only it was Starfleet.
That would be objectively better than anything Freddie ever put to tape with MJ.
If there are some unheard songs with Freddie's vocals, I wish they would be released as they were found without any new tampering from Brian and Roger.
They put out the Freddie anthology some 14 years ago - why haven't they still released a similar box set from the band containing all previously unheard songs, demos and things like that from the archives?