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And finally the sound of the record itself is very lifeless and dull. Long time ago I had the original release on vinyl, and currently I own the remaster on CD, and while the CD has it's own issues both of those sound much better that this Hollywood Records pressing of this album. Very disappointing purchase. Innuendo. Original UK Release Date: 5 May "40 Years of Glam Rocking Genius" - NME 14th March "Britain's Best Loved Band" - The Sun 25th February "Remastered Queen is jaw-dropping for its rabble-rousing consistency" - Q August Between and Queen released their last five studio albums and. This grouping gathers together all versions of the "Innuendo" album, originally released , as well as subsequent repressings and bootleg versions. Starting , the entire back catalogue of studio albums (now remastered) is being re-released, this time on heavyweight vinyl.
Dec 3, On the Remaster a lot of the songs have the high frequencies (Hi-Hat, Cymbals, "s"-sounds) reduced, most prominently on the title track which also seems to have a little boost in the mids. Others, like "Headlong" or "Delilah", sound very similar. "Don't Try So Hard" actually has a bit more top end. I've owned the Hollywood version of this CD, the Japan remaster, and now the new remaster, and OVERALL I think the is the best. Aurally, it's just a problematic album for me, and always has been. I believe Brian once talked about why they did the Queen Rocks retake of 'I Can't Live With. Nov 1, Listen to Innuendo (Deluxe Edition Remaster) by Queen on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 43 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
Innuendo is the fourteenth studio album by the British rock band Queen, released on 5 February by Parlophone in the United Kingdom and by Hollywood Records in the United States. Produced by David Richards and the band, it was the band's final studio album feature vocalist Freddie Mercury before his death in . I had to go for Innuendo, as ever since I found out all the albums were being remastered that was the one I was looking forward to the most. White Queen ( Live) 9. Seven Seas Of Rye (Backing Track) Nevermore (BBC Session) See What A Fool I've Been (BBC Session) Now I'm Here (LIve)