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Innuendo Import


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  • Audio CD (Feb. 15 1991)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • ASIN: B000000OA6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)

1. Innuendo
2. I'm Going Slightly Mad
3. Headlong
4. I Can't Live With You
5. Don't Try So Hard
6. Ride The Wild Wind
7. All God's People
8. These Are The Days Of Our Lives
9. Delilah
10. The Hitman
11. Bijou
12. The Show Must Go On


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "pjmazzz" on Jan. 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
We can ask ourselves a question: if Freddie Mercury were still alive now, would Queen have continued? Or would they have broken up like the Beatles? Which one is more heartaching - watching your idol and legend step down from the pedestal and break up, or watching your idol die?
Some people say that Innuendo was great because it was Queen's swan song - perhaps so, and perhaps not. The album is very poignant, and to fans, very sad. Yet, I feel that Freddie's approaching death, or desperation, may have been a factor that really tightened the unity that was Queen.
I was checking out some reviews of Queen albums today, and saw an interesting review that said that Innuendo was rather rough, relaxed and not well arranged enough. It's up to the individual judgment to decide that. I'm no musical expert, and I admit that I rely on other people's insights in order to study the musical structure of the songs. Yet, to me at least (and to many other people), Queen really did bring it and reached up there with this album. To say that it is not so is too careless a remark.
Innuendo greets the listener with a furious intensity. Mercury's vocal is clearer than ever in this album, with an incredibly high head voice. This song traces back to the non-repetitive epic numbers featured often in the 70s albums and once in the Miracle (Was It Worth It - the most wondrous 80s song). The purcussion and the Spanish guitar are striking.
I'm Going Slightly Mad is certainly very bizarre - both in melody and little sounds that accompany. Yet, this song is one of my personal Queen favorites and certainly its music video is the best of Queen except Save Me and These Are the Days of Our Lives. The vocal is haunting and low, and the bass, simply gorgeous - I go mad listening to it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Dude on Aug. 23 2010
Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
Why would Queen "edit" down these tracks? I've heard them and they are obvious. I prefer the 1991 original cd as it does not fall into the "loudness war" and the songs are full versions. If they were concerned about time on vinyl, the could easily make this a double vinyl and improve sound quality even more.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Customer from Quebec TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Nov. 19 2006
Format: Audio CD
I don't think many bands finish their carreers with an album they can be proud of. More than that- a true masterpiece! Queen have done just that! When I first listened to it I thought Freddie's illness was a stupid rumour. Sometimes tragic events lead to the creation of great pieces of art. This is Queen's darkest album and yet it is so enjoyable. Innuendo starts strong and reminds of Queen of the seventies (with a nice accoustic guitar work from Yes's Steve Howe contrasting Brian May's heavier solos). Monumental start of the album. I'm Going Slightly Mad is a beautiful theatrical song. I can't live with You, Headlong and Hitman are classic Queen rockers. The only weaker song on the album is Delilah, about Freddie's cat. The Show Must Go On is one of the best songs written by Queen and sung by Freddie (hats off to Brian May -it was his idea, he wrote the music and the most of the lyrics). Overall- a stunning, deeply emotional farewell album from one of the most popular and unique bands on Earth- they have exceeded the popularity of The Beatles in their own country according to recent polls!
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By Ben Nicholson on Aug. 30 2010
Format: Audio CD
The album starts of the 90's with style and should be counted as one of the best Queen albums and up there with the best of the decade. Innuendo goes from the fast, upbeat Headlong to the slow and Poignant These Are The Days Of Our Lives. There are a few sadder song which is understandable, but that helps it make it a great album. Apart from the great songs from the Greatest Hits II which most people know about. There are plenty of other good songs that stand out , like I Can't Live With You, Don't Try So Hard, The Hitman and Ride The Wild Wind which could help make a Greatest Hits IV album.
This is an enjoyable album and a must have.
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Format: Audio CD
I love Queen, and this album the last that Freddie Mercury performed on is a beautiful and quintessential piece to any Queen collection. It's a well known fact that while working on this album Freddie Mercury was basically dead, barely able to stand most times and felt exhaustion and general illness during the recording of this album. But Freddie lives up to the nickname "Ready Freddie", the man stepped up and belted out lyrics, gave all he had left within him for this album. Although, Freddie did die, this album shows the power and determination Freddie had, with his booming voice. However, Queen is Queen, Freddie Mercury, Brain May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon genious musicians in their own rights they brought all they had with this album. A beautiful farewell to a Rock God, as well as the end of an era in music.

Now the asterix, amazon, has become incredibly slow and so have their sellers. I strongly suggest you get this album, but with another company unless you're willing to wait a few weeks for something that used to be delivered within three to five days.
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Format: Audio CD
This is a fantastic album. Great music often comes from the extremes - either from the depths of sorrow or the heights of joy. Even though Freddie Mercury knew he in-fact was dying when this album was being recorded, I have to say that the he and his band mates collected enough joy in the spirit of their love for being together, recording together, and playing together to out weigh the depressing situation that they must have been in.
The best part of the album, for me, comes in the final song..."The Show Must Go On" during an interlude where Freddie sings "My soul is painted like the wings of butterflies...fairytales of yesterday will grow but never die..." So true! This is a fantastic album, I highly recommend it.
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