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  • It’s hard to believe that this is the last album Queen released as a foursome. Released in 1991, not too long before Freddie’s death, this truly shows Queen at their finest. It’s one of those albums you can listen to all the way through. Starting with the six-minute epic “Innuendo”, and ending with the powerful “The Show Must Go On,” this album is a must have for any Queen fan, or any rock fan for that matter.
    1. Innuendo (10/10)
    2. I’m Going slightly Mad (10/10)
    3. Headlong (8/10)
    4. I Can’t Live with You (7.5/10)
    5. Don’t Try So Hard (9/10)
    6. Ride the Wild Wind (8/10)
    7. All God’s People (7.5/10)
    8. These Are the Days of Our Lives (10/10)
    9. Delilah (8/10)
    10. The Hitman (8.5/10)
    11. Bijou (9.5/10)
    12. The Show Must Go On (10+)
    The last song on the CD is, in my opinion, one of the best Queen songs ever. As you listen to Freddie sing, it’s not apparent in any way he was ill. His voice was still as beautiful as ever, and he went out at the top. It pains me to listen to the song, because it seems like a song Freddie wrote about his battle with his illness. “The Days of our Lives” seems like Freddie’s farewell song. When he says at the end, “I still love you,” I tear up. Freddie Mercury was the best songwriter/singer/performer that I have ever known, and I will remember him forever!

    Posted on March 4, 2010