9 thoughts on “ Queen - A Kind Of Magic (CD, Album)

  1. Queen's album "A Kind of Magic" was more a compilation than album, combining some newly recorded material, some tracks recorded for the soundtrack of the film "Highlander"(though "a Kind of Magic" was re-recorded for this album, and is a vast improvement over the actual soundtrack version), and there's also some rummaging through the vaults for a couple of outtakes recorded with producer /5().
  2. A Kind of Magic is certainly Queen's best album of the 's. It is so strong that it almost ranks up there with their best 's albums like Sheer Heart Attack, Queen 2 and News of the World. A Kind of Magic contains the remarkable diversity that elevates Queen above all others/5().
  3. May 31,  · Queen: A Kind Of Magic ‎ (CD, Album) EMI: CDP 7 2: Europe: Sell This Version4/5().
  4. Recorded mainly at The Town House Studios, London, Musicland Studios, Munich and Mountain Studios, Montreux Digitally remastered by Eddy Schreyer at Future Disc Systems, Hollywood Some songs on this album appear in different form in the film 'Highlander'/5(44).
  5. Queen: A Kind Of Magic ‎ (CD, Album) EMI: CDP 7 2: Europe: Sell This Version: 24 4 Y, 24 4: Queen: A Kind Of Magic /5(11).
  6. Jun 07,  · Original CD versions featured "extra magical ingredients" in the form of three bonus tracks not available on vinyl or tape (and were the band's first "DDD" recordings). The same year this was released, the entire Queen back catalogue was reissued on CD for the first time by EMI/5(K).
  7. A Kind of Magic was their biggest album yet in England, where it reached number one, remained on the charts for 63 weeks, and spawned several hit singles -- the epic title track, the tuneful pop/rocker "Friends Will Be Friends," and one of their most haunting ballads, "Who Wants to Live Forever" (also included was the Live Aid-inspired hit anthem "One Vision," which was originally released as a single 6/
  8. Aug 20,  · Just moved to the USA from the UK a few months back and I find myself wanting some quintessentially British music, so I've decided to buy some Queen albums. I used to have a whole bunch of them on cassette back in the late 80's, and The Miracle and A Kind Of Magic on CD got rid of them all 15 years ago, except for an old EMI version of Live.

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