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The online resource for Queen song versions, B-sides, remixes, and unreleased tracks.


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Mustapha

Mustapha (Album Version) 3:01
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 1

Mustapha (The eYe Version) 0:25
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Queen: The eYe
From the Electronic Arts videogame, Queen: The eYe. This edit features Freddie singing the a capella vocal intro to the song, ending right before "hey!".

Fat Bottomed Girls

Fat Bottomed Girls (Album Version) 4:16
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 2

Fat Bottomed Girls (Single Edit) 3:22
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
US Bicycle Race 7" vinyl, UK Bicycle Race 7" vinyl, US Greatest Hits vinyl/CD (Elektra 1981), UK Greatest Hits, UK We Are The Champions 3" CD single, Japan We Are The Champions 3" CD single, US Greatest Hits: We Will Rock You Edition, UK The Singles Collection Volume 1, UK 2011 Jazz Deluxe CD
A bit more straightforward than the album version, with many of the instrumental sections missing. The guitar burst ending is not used; instead, the track ends on a fade-out. It works really well as an edit and still retains the feel of the song.

Fat Bottomed Girls/Bicycle Race (US 12" Promo Version) 6:10
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
US Fat Bottomed Girls/Bicycle Race 12" vinyl promo
The very rare US 12" promo vinyl features Fat Bottomed Girls/Bicycle Race on side A and Bicycle Race/Fat Bottomed Girls on side B. The A-Side plays the Fat Bottomed Girls single edit, but cuts off the last few seconds, at which point Bicycle Race plays. The B-Side plays the Bicycle Race, but cuts off the last few seconds, at which point the Fat Bottomed Girls single edit plays.

Fat Bottomed Girls (1994 EMI Remaster Error) 4:16
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Queen Rocks, 1994 Jazz Album Remaster
All of the Queen albums were remastered under the banner of the "Digital Master Series" and released over 1993/1994. The album remaster of Jazz features an error on Fat Bottomed Girls. A very loud (and annoying) "pop" sound is heard a few seconds into the song. This appears on all releases that use the EMI 1994 remasters.

Fat Bottomed Girls (Karaoke Version) 3:18
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Greatest Karaoke Hits
An instrumental version of the single mix that fades out a few seconds early. This version starts with a click track.

Fat Bottomed Girls (Greatest Flix Video Version) 3:04
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Greatest Flix VHS
The same as the single version mix, just fading out very early.

Fat Bottomed Girls (Hollywood Records Video Version) 3:14
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
US Hollywood Records Greatest Hits VHS
This version is the single edit up until the end; the album version ending is used instead of the fade-out.

Fat Bottomed Girls (Video CD Version) 3:03
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
UK Greatest Flix I & II VCD
The Queen promo videos were released digitally for the first time in 1994 on video CD format. The two disc set featured Queen's most popular videos, some of which were minorly edited. The core audio of this version is the single version. The opening fades in on the word "Are", cutting the opening by a second or two. The ending cuts off an additional 19 seconds, which is slightly more than the VHS video.

Fat Bottomed Girls (Greatest Video Hits 1 Stereo Video Version) 3:40
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Greatest Video Hits 1 DVD
A pretty neat mix. This version has the same edits at the beginning as the single edit, but then continues just as the album version does.

Fat Bottomed Girls (Greatest Video Hits 1 Surround Mix) 3:45
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Greatest Video Hits 1 DVD
A new 96/24 DTS 5.1 surround mix of Fat Bottomed Girls was made for the 2002 Greatest Video Hits 1 DVD. Most of the new mixes on this DVD (including this one) were produced and engineered by Justin Shirley-Smith with additional engineering and Pro Tools HD by Kris Fredriksson. The mixes were done at Sphere Studios, London. This version has the same edits at the beginning as the single edit, but then continues just as the album version does. A few seconds of silence are added to the beginning of the track for the video title card on the DVD.

Fat Bottomed Girls (Rocks Video Version) 3:16
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Queen Rocks VHS
The audio to the Rocks Video Version is pretty much the same as the Single Edit of the track, but instead of fading out at the end, it retains the outro of the album version. The remastering error from the 1994 remasters is present in this version (the "pop").

Fat Bottomed Girls (Brian Malouf Remix) 4:24
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Jazz Hollywood Remaster (1991)
Like Brian Malouf's other mixes, this one stays true to the original. There are some phasing effects added to the vocals and minor guitar/drumming effects added. It features some different vocals from Freddie at the end ("them dirty ladies get me every time"), possibly from a different take or an unused section of the mulitrack. A very good remix and worth looking for just for the added vocals.

Fat Bottomed Girls (Organized Konfusion Remix) 4:01
Written by Brian May
Appears on: BASIC Queen Bootlegs promo CD

Organized Konfusion is an alternative hip hop duo from Queens, New York. This remix features some different lead vocal takes of Freddie, which is its most interesting feature. Organized Konfussion then add their own rap bits to the song to form the verses. Samples of We Will Rock You and Bicycle Race also make appearances. It is on par with most of the other Hollywood rap remixes.

Jealousy

Jealousy (Album Version) 3:13
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 3

Jealousy (With Reinstated Bass Drum) 3:13
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK 2011 Jazz CD, UK 2011 Jazz Deluxe CD, UK Deep Cuts 2 (1977-1982), Forever Deluxe Edition
According to the Deep Cuts 2 liner notes, the bass drum had been accidently left off the original album mix of Jealousy. After 32 years, the bass drum has been reinstated on the new 2011 releases by Joshua J. Macrae.

Jealousy (Early Instrumental Take) 4:00
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Unreleased
This track premiered at the 20th International Fan Club Convention in Prestatyn. This is a different backing track (piano, bass, drms) than the final one that appears on Jazz. Of particular interest is an unused bridge that includes a part from what will become Play The Game.

Bicycle Race

Bicycle Race (Album Version) 3:01
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 4

Bicycle Race/Fat Bottomed Girls (US 12" Promo Version) 6:11
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
US Fat Bottomed Girls/Bicycle Race 12" vinyl promo
The very rare US 12" promo vinyl features Fat Bottomed Girls/Bicycle Race on side A and Bicycle Race/Fat Bottomed Girls on side B. The A-Side plays the Fat Bottomed Girls single edit, but cuts off the last few seconds, at which point Bicycle Race plays. The B-Side plays the Bicycle Race, but cuts off the last few seconds, at which point the Fat Bottomed Girls single edit plays.

Bicycle Race (Columbia Long Version) 4:58
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Columbia Crazy Little Thing Called Love 12" vinyl
The B-Side to Columbia's 1979 Crazy Little Thing Called Love 12" vinyl features a very strange extended version of Bicycle Race. The track plays normally until the bell ringing portion. At that point, the track begins again and plays the whole way through.

Bicycle Race (Video CD Version) 2:55
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK Greatest Flix I & II VCD
The Queen promo videos were released digitally for the first time in 1994 on video CD format. The two disc set featured Queen's most popular videos, some of which were minorly edited. The end of Bicycle Race fades very early, cutting off some of the end lyrics.

Bicycle Race (Junior Vasquez Remix) 4:58
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Jazz Hollywood Remaster (1991)
This 1991 Hollywood Records release by Junior Vasquez is a dance/hip-hop mix of the track; featuring a back-beat, various effects, and loops. The bicycle ringer solo has been replaced with an odd vocal loop with piano. One of the oddest remixes that Hollywood Records released.

Bicycle Race (Greatest Video Hits 1 Surround Mix) 3:09
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Greatest Video Hits 1 DVD
A new 96/24 DTS 5.1 surround mix of Bicycle Race was made for the 2002 Greatest Video Hits 1 DVD. Most of the new mixes on this DVD (including this one) were produced and engineered by Justin Shirley-Smith with additional engineering and Pro Tools HD by Kris Fredriksson. The mixes were done at Sphere Studios, London. A few seconds of silence are added to the beginning of the track for the video title card on the DVD.

Bicycle Race (Karaoke Version) 3:04
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Greatest Karaoke Hits
An instrumental version that takes out the lead vocals, but retains the backing vocals. The karaoke version fades out a second or two early (losing some reverb) and starts with a click track.

Bicycle Race (Instrumental) 3:10
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK 2011 Jazz Deluxe CD
A completely instrumental version. There are no lead vocals or backing vocals to be found. A fun track to listen too; there may be a few things there that you haven't heard before!

If You Can't Beat Them

If You Can't Beat Them (Album Version) 4:15
Written by John Deacon
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 5

Let Me Entertain You

Let Me Entertain You (Album Version) 3:01
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 6

Let Me Entertain You (The eYe Version) 0:49
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Queen: The eYe
From the Electronic Arts videogame, Queen: The eYe. This is the instrumental intro to the album version (drums and guitar) looped three times.

Let Me Entertain You (Live at the Nippon Budokan, 1979) - Absolute Greatest Streaming Video Version 3:09
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK 2009 Absolute Greatest Streaming Video
This live version from Japan starts with Freddie speaking Japanese at the beginning, to the delight of the crowd. The performance is similar to the Live Killers version.

Let Me Entertain You (Live at the Nippon Budokan, 1979) - iTunes Video Version 2:49
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK 2011 Jazz iTunes Video Download
A typical live performance of Let Me Entertain You, this time from Queen's 1979 tour of Japan. This is the same performance that appeared on 2009's Absolute Greatest streaming videos. This version, however, does not have Freddie's banter with the crowd at the beginning.

Let Me Entertain You (Alternate Mix) 3:24
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Unreleased
This track premiered at the 2006 Dutch Fan Club Convention. From the Jazz sessions, 1978, this alternate mix has different vocals, live drums, and an unfaded outro that transitions into an a capella chorus of We Are The Champions.

Dead On Time

Dead On Time (Album Version) 3:23
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 7

In Only Seven Days

In Only Seven Days (Album Version) 2:30
Written by John Deacon
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 8

Dreamers Ball

Dreamers Ball (Album Version) 3:30
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 9

Dreamers Ball (Early Acoustic Take, August 1978)
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
UK 2011 Jazz Deluxe CD
What a welcome addition to the 2011 Deluxe Jazz CD release! This early take features Freddie, Brian, and Roger performing a very much work-in-progress version of the song. There are no electric guitars here either, all acoustic. The vocal is slightly more subdued, but suits this take very well. A great bonus track.

Dreamers Ball (Live from the Pavillon de Paris, 1979) - Absolute Greatest Streaming Video Version 4:00
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
UK 2009 Absolute Greatest Streaming Video
A great live version, probably superior to the one that appears on Live Killers. The track starts with Freddie introducing the song to the crowd, inviting them to clap along. Recommended.

Fun It

Fun It (Album Version) 3:29
Written by Roger Taylor
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 10

Leaving Home Ain't Easy

Leaving Home Ain't Easy (Album Version) 3:15
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 11

Don't Stop Me Now

Don't Stop Me Now (Album Version) 3:29
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 12

Don't Stop Me Now (Greatest Video Hits 1 Surround Mix) 3:31
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Greatest Video Hits 1 DVD
A new 96/24 DTS 5.1 surround mix of Don't Stop Me Now was made for the 2002 Greatest Video Hits 1 DVD. Most of the new mixes on this DVD (including this one) were produced and engineered by Justin Shirley-Smith with additional engineering and Pro Tools HD by Kris Fredriksson. The mixes were done at Sphere Studios, London. A few seconds of silence are added to the beginning of the track for the video title card on the DVD.

Don't Stop Me Now (With Long-Lost Guitars) 3:35
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK 2011 Jazz Deluxe CD
This is the familiar album version with a bit of a bonus; guitar accompaniment throughout the entire song and a new guitar solo. According to the 2011 Jazz Deluxe CD liner notes, these guitar parts were always part of the multitrack but not used for the final stereo album mix.

Don't Stop Me Now (1998 Karaoke Version) 3:32
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
1998 Greatest Karaoke Hits
A full instrumental version of the song, with backing vocals retained. Starts with a click track.

Don't Stop Me Now (2004 Karaoke Version) 3:31
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
2004 Greatest Karaoke Hits
The click track on the 2004 Karaoke Version differs than the 1998 version. Instead of the standard click track, keyboard notes are played to the click.

Don't Stop Me Now (Video CD Version) 4:44
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK Greatest Flix I & II VCD
The Queen promo videos were released digitally for the first time in 1994 on video CD format. The two disc set featured Queen's most popular videos, some of which were minorly edited. The opening of Don't Stop Me Now is edited with a fade-in, removing the opening word "tonight".

Don't Stop Me Now (Jewels Video Version) 3:29
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Jewels DVD
The Jewels Video Version fades slightly early in comparison with the album version.

Don't Stop Me Now (Instrumental Backing Track Take) 3:34
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Unreleased
This track debuted at the 2006 UK Fan Club Convention. This a is a very simple backing track performance of piano, drums, and bass.

More Of That Jazz

More Of That Jazz (Album Version) 4:16
Written by Roger Taylor
Appears on:
Jazz, Track 13

More Of That Jazz (The eYe Version) 4:30
Written by Roger Taylor
Appears on:
Queen: The eYe
From the Electronic Arts videogame, Queen: The eYe. This is an incomplete instrumental version of the album take. The beginning has been edited, taking out the first drumbeats and instead starting with the first guitar chords. The ending medley has also been removed.