Queen – The Show Must Go On.

bd4bad0e-4c66-4ca0-9f67-3eff7352186cMade at a time when Taylor’s efforts were concentrated on Queen and Mercury himself, Blue Rock gave the other members of the band a chance to take control of the upcoming album. It was in fact mostly written by Edney, who contributed three of his own tracks and contributed to four more. Once again the opening track was penned by the entire band, “Bad Attitude” was written (although not complete) by the Christmas fan club party of 1990. The album itself contained a lot of vocals not from Taylor, but mainly of Edney and Noone. Examples of this can be heard in “Put It All Down To Love” (Edney), “Life Changes” (Moss, Noone, Edney and Macrae) and “Heartland” (The B-side to Life Changes, penned by Noone). Blue Rock itself was only released in Germany (although promo copies were released in Italy and Japan), so copies are somewhat rare. “New Dark Ages” (Taylor) was released in Germany with another live version of “Man on Fire”, whilst “Life Changes” was released with the B-side “Heartland”. It was however immediately withdrawn due to Freddie Mercury’s passing. The tour was in support of Magnum, so the concert lengths were short (45 mins.) and very few bootlegs have survived. The tour pace was rapid, covering 20 dates in one month.

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