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Space

Space (Album Version) 0:47
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Another World, Track 1

Business

Business (Album Version) 5:07
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Another World, Track 2

Business (Rock On Cozy Mix) 4:41
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
UK Business CD single, UK Business 7" vinyl, UK Business 7" vinyl promo
An interesting remix, released as a tribute to Cozy Powell shortly after his death. The track itself is a really nicely done edit of the album track with a new drumming intro and a very long outro mixed in from Live At The Brixton Academy.

Business (Rock On Cozy Edit Mix) 4:14
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
US Business promo CD
An edit of the Rock On Cozy mix. The track ends with a fades out before the extra long drum solo found on the full length Cozy Mix.

Business (Radio Edit) 4:31
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
US Business promo CD
This is just an edit of the Album Version, with some instrumental bits taken out. It is hard to notice what's gone and there's still plenty left.

Business (US Radio Mix Uncut) 5:07
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Japan Red Special CD
This is the album version, just with a different name.

Business (Original Version) 0:21
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Unreleased
Originally called "Hard Business," this wasn't quite one complete song as much as several short sections written for the British TV series Frank Stubbs Promotes. Eventually, all the pieces were mixed together to create the Album Version years later. This is why the final version has so many wildly opposing heavy and soft sections. You'll find these segments on the TV series' first season.

China Belle

China Belle (Album Version) 4:00
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Another World, Track 3

Why Don't We Try Again

Why Don't We Try Again (Album Version) 5:23
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Another World, Track 4

Why Don't We Try Again (Promo Edit) 4:08
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
UK Why Don't We Try Again promo CD
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On My Way Up

On My Way Up (Album Version) 2:57
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Another World, Track 5

On Way Way Up (Original Version) 0:46
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Unreleased
Frank Stubbs' second series used this more optimistic piece, the way series one used "Business." If you have the album, it is probably superfluous to hunt these sections down.

On Way Way Up (Live From Paris) 8:08
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Japan Red Special CD
This is an excellent live version from the Japan only Red Special album. This live version has a lot of wonderful acoustic and electric guitar instrumental bits. Brian sounds really great on vocals too.

Cyborg

Cyborg (Album Version) 3:53
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Another World, Track 6

Cyborg (Rise II - Main Version) 3:50
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Rise of the Robots II videogame
Brian wrote this song for the video game Rise II: Resurrection, the game sequel to Rise Of The Robots. This is actually the original version of the song. Compared to the album version, this version sounds like it needs a good remastering. It's not bad and it does have some different mixing and overdubs in places.

Cyborg (Rise II - Solo Instrumental Version) 3:29
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Rise of the Robots II videogame
An instrumental compliment to the Main version, this is Brian and drummer Taylor Hawkins rocking out. This isn't a straight instrumental of the Main version, though; it is its own long guitar solo. It shifts gears enough that it doesn't get too repetitive.

Cyborg (Rise II - Main Version Remix) 3:50
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Rise of the Robots II videogame
It is hard to tell the differences between this and the Main version. It mostly sounds cleaner all around, but not as cleaned up as the Album Version would be years later.

Cyborg (Rise II - Main Version Instrumental Remix) 3:49
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Rise of the Robots II videogame
A straight instrumental of the Main Version Remix, there is an extra guitar wail near the last verse. This is worth playing loud.

The Guv'nor

The Guv'nor (Album Version) 4:12
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Another World, Track 7

Wilderness

The Wilderness (Album Version) 4:52 Click here for more info!
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Another World, Track 8

Slow Down

Slow Down (Album Version) 4:17
Written by Williams
Appears on:
Another World, Track 9

One Rainy Wish

One Rainy Wish (Album Version) 4:04
Written by Jimi Hendrix
Appears on:
Another World, Track 10

One Rainy Wish (Original Version) 4:12
Written by Jimi Hendrix
Appears on:
In From The Storm - Jimi Hendrix Tribute CD
What was changed for the album wasn't much, but boy, does it make a difference. There are some great effects, which really add to the song. This is well worth hunting down.

All The Way From Memphis

All The Way From Memphis (Album Version) 5:16
Written by Ian Hunter
Appears on:
Another World, Track 11

Another World

Another World (Album Version) 7:30
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Another World, Track 12

Another World (Single Version) 4:07
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Japan Red Special CD, Holland Another World CD single, Holland Another World CD promo single
This is the full song, but without the long silence and piano reprise of "Business" which appears on the album version. Good to have as a proper stand-alone track, but some easy editing of the album version will accomplish the same thing.

Otro Lugar (Another World, Spanish Lyrics) 4:06
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Baladas 99

Hot Patootie

Hot Patootie 3:21
Written by O'Brien
Appears on:
US Retro Rock Special CD, Japan Red Special CD, Holland Another World CD single
On NSO The Rocky Horror Show cast recording, this is listed as "What Ever Happened To Saturday Night." To make it a little more confusing, there's also a shorter highlights CD of the same cast recording, which doesn't have this song, but mistakenly titles the song "Eddie" as "Hot Patootie." If you want this song, look for Brian's name on the sleeve, or try to find a copy of Brian's Retro Rock Special EP. The song itself is a great cover of Meat Loaf's signature piece from the play (and movie).

Maybe Baby

Maybe Baby 2:14
Written by Petty/Hardin
Appears on:
US Retro Rock Special CD, UK Business 7" vinyl, UK Business CD single, Holland On My Way Up CD single 1, Holland On My Way Up CD single 2, Japan Red Special CD
Brian covers Buddy Holly here, staying very true to the original. An excellent cover that is worth searching out.

F.B.I.

F.B.I. 3:12
Written by Marvin/Welch
Appears on:
US Retro Rock Special CD, UK Why Don't We Try Again 7" picture disc, UK Why Don't We Try It Again CD single, Holland On My Way Up CD single 2
Brian rocks out to The Shadows' hit and really makes this instrumental piece fly.

Only Make Believe

Only Made Believe 2:38
Written by Twitty/Nance
Appears on:
US Retro Rock Special CD, UK Why Don't We Try It Again 7" picture disc, UK Why Don't We Try It Again CD single, Holland Another World CD single, Japan Red Special CD
Conway Twitty's hit gets served up and Brian takes you right to your first slow dance at the high school gym, '50s style! Another winner.

Brian Talks

Brian Talks 1:14
Written by N/A
Appears on:
UK Business CD single, Japan Red Special CD
This is Brian in the studio paying tribute to his friend, drummer Cozy Powell. It starts with a little acoustic guitar, then a short interview from Brian.

Hammer To Fall (Live)

Hammer To Fall (Live From Paris) 9:12
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Japan Red Special CD
This slows the song right down to a ballad, similar in sound to the opening of the Queen + Paul Rodgers versions recorded years later (see Return Of The Champions). This version builds and doesn't rock out until the very end. This is, frankly, a complete re-imaging of the song and is absolutely stunning.