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  • Audio CD (10 Nov. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Virgin (EMI)
  • ASIN: B00NHWXSOS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (525 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,352 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Queen present Forever, an exciting album featuring three brand new Queen tracks, including the long-anticipated track by Queen and Michael Jackson, "There Must Be More To Life Than This". The rest of the package brings together Queen hits, classic tracks, and new takes on well-known songs. The tracks are all linked to represent a definitive collection of Queen’s timeless love songs, and celebrate the extraordinary musical path of one of the world’s greatest rock bands. This standard version of the release comes packed with 20 songs and a 16-page booklet.

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I'll start off by saying that the only new-new track on this album is Let Me in Your Heart Again. Love Kills, although beautifully done, is NOT a new track, just slowed down and put over acoustic guitar. Again, There Must Be More to Life Than This is not a new track either - not only is is not a new track, they've clearly autotuned Freddies' voice to make it less powerful. His voice on the third track doesn't hold his authentic gritty, rock 'n' roll fervour that we are all used to. It is a tamed version of the original track from his Mr Bad Guy album. If you want the REAL version of MJ and Freddie you'll find it on youtube, unaltered and pure.
As for the rest of the album, wow was I disappointed. This isn't a Queen album as we know it, this is just a compilation of random songs that have been thrown together, and passed off as a 'love' album. I'm not denying that Roger and Brian worked extremely hard on track 1&2, but come on guys, fans were expecting an album comprised of new songs as it was advertised when it was going to be released, not reruns of old songs slapped on top of a mix-mash of unrelated tracks which were only remastered and re-released four years ago, so I can't even give them the benefit of the doubt by saying they've been newly remastered.
It may sound as though I'm being far too harsh on them, but I know a lot of people who feel the same as I do. I'm probably on of the biggest Queen fans ever and I love Brian and Roger (and Deaky and Freddie too of course) and I have a lot of respect for them but I just feel that this album let the die-hard fans down a bit.
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This album has seriously questioned my respect for the surviving members of Queen. I discount John Deacon in this as I am aware he has deliberately distanced himself from the Queen brand despite picking up some royalties along the way.

I would give this album less stars if some of Queen's finest tracks didn't make an appearance. However, the manner and ethics which pervade this album have made me incredibly cynical about it.

Queen always have, and possibly always will be, my favourite band. They were the first band I really respected and being a musician I truly appreciated their craft and the musicianship and songwriting skills of the bands members, their ability to perform well live and to generally create music that dared to be bombastic and theatrical beyond the normal realms of rock music and even most glam rock. Only Muse, my other favourites, appear to come close to this scale of sound.

I say this because this is what has upset me. Unlike many fans who just blankly said "he's not Freddie", I actually liked Queen + Paul Rodgers. It was different and to those fans who don't think properly, Paul Rodgers admitted he wasn't Freddie Mercury, he wasn't trying to be and he understood he never would be. I don't see a problem in this. A great blues and rock singer, Paul Rodgers just teamed up with a band and they made an album of original material and did a few gigs. What's the problem? It was different in a way that distanced itself from the Queen brand and would never besmirch the memory of Mercury's Queen so you could easily engage with it or pretend it never happened.

This album, however, has been released very much within the Queen brand and in my opinion does besmirch Mercury's legacy.
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A review of the 2cd edition...

I'm not sure I understand the reason for releasing yet another Queen compilation but I might've figured it out. Something was needed to toss out a few crumbs from the vault. What better way to do that than with a best of? However, this is a not a best of despite what it's dreamy, legendary title might suggest. The word "forever" is being used here in the context of love which makes it an ideal choice considering the three (almost) new songs are about that subject. Whether you think a Queen compilation that concentrates on love songs is something that appeals, add it to your cart and enjoy (though I'm not sure how a song like "The Miracle" fits in with the love song theme).

To me this seems like an excuse for the new owners of the Queen catalogue to trundle out a few hits with some tidbits as enticement for the band's hardcore fan base to purchase the old stuff AGAIN. And as for loosely tying it all together with a theme of love, that's just wrong. When this title was first announced Brian and Roger were talking about a new album with new music. Well it's a new title with three, let's call them previously unreleased versions of two songs and one genuine artifact from the archive. Three out of thirty-six is not what I'd call a new album and what makes it most frustrating for me is that the majority of the songs were recently reissued in the Queen deluxe album remaster series. This is a totally unnecessary release and if you have "The Platinum Collection [2011 Remaster]" of Greatest Hits I,II & III those three albums are a much better representation of Queen's music.
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