is there any issue of the cd with the original tracklist?
If no one minds me pointing out the obvious
2. I'm Going Slightly Mad
4. I Can't Live With You
5. Ride The Wild Wind
6. All God's People
7. These Are The Days Of Our Lives
9. Don't Try So Hard
10. The Hitman
12. The Show Must Go On
There's a bit of a glitch involving the tracklist.
According to QueenWords, Don't Try So Hard is #9 on the LP, but #5 on the CD.
As well, tracks 2, 5, 10, and 11 are edited for the LP.
Someone's having issues fitting it all on there.
Can you say "outdated medium?"
the tracklisting was changed when moved from the record to the cd:
the cd has the following: Innuendo/I'm Going Slightly Mad/Headlong/I Can't Live With You/Don't Try So Hard/Ride The Wild Wind/All God's People/These Are The Days Of Our Lives/Delilah/The Hitman/Bijou/The Show Must Go On
while the record has the following: Innuendo/I'm Going Slightly Mad/Headlong/I Can't Live With You/Ride The Wild Wind/All God's People/These Are The Days Of Our Lives/Delilah/Don't Try So Hard/The Hitman/Bijou/The Show Must Go On
i want to know if there is a cd with the same tracklisting as the record
The Innuendo vinyl version had the tracks edited (& moved) for the reason of sound quality (the longer the album, the smaller the grooves & lower sound). That was the explanation from EMI at the time, but many people pointed out that Greatest hits 1 was longer in length, with no problems...I did have Innuendo on vinyl, the edits on some tracks were not noticable, but Bijou was awful, no guitar either side, just the vocal section...Hope this helps :-)
1) The GHII is a double vinyl set, while INNUENDO is a single disc. There is always some commercial risk in releasing a double album. Of course a hits compilation is an exception. Also, some GHII tracks were edited even in the CD.
2) The Japanese LP replica has the regular CD tracklisting/versions.
3) There is a Mexican CD issue taken from the vinyl master.