1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Roger Taylors first solo project away from Queen and one of his better ones
He shows his unique style on this one with some great tracks
Future Management his first single from the album sounds as fresh today as it did in 1981.Airheads is a good out & out rocker and the title track is a wonderful close to a great cd
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
a very underated film score and still one of the better ones.
Queen were perfect for this movie with their ability to write catchy rock anthems.
Brian May took the helm in this project and the title track (Flash) is one of his and the two hard rock tracks (The Battle Theme and The Hero) are pure Queen.
The rest of the band did contribute and Freddies "Football Fight" is an amazingly catchy instrumental as is "Vultans Theme"
Don't expect any Bohemian Rhapsodys or We Will Rock You's when you buy this but expect a film score and you will be very pleasently surprised
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
any album that contains We Will Rock You and We Are The Champions has gotta be worth a listen but this one offers so much more.
from the beautiful All dead with Brian May squeezing every bit of emotion out to the all out punk sound of Sheer Heart Attack.
The very nearly classic Spread Your Wings is another winner along with the rock masterpiece Its Late.
Roger Taylor lets rip with a funk/rocker Fight From The Inside
the album closes with one of Freddies most underrated tracks and also one of his best My Melancholy Blues.
There are more great moments on here but its pointless telling you about them, just BUY it and hear for yourself!