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Live Killers Disc 1
2004 Japan Disc 1

We Will Rock You (Fast)

We Will Rock You (Fast) 3:18
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 1

We Will Rock You (Fast - Live Single Edit) 3:07
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
UK Crazy Little Thing Called Love 7" vinyl, US We Will Rock You (Live) 7" vinyl, UK The Singles Collection Volume 2
This single edit removes the booming opening and the crowd noise present on the Live Killers version, instead starting with brief crown noise going into the opening guitar riff.. The track ends with a fade out of the crowd cheering and Freddie's whistle.

We Will Rock You (Fast - Japan Live Single Edit) 3:13
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Japan We Will Rock You (Live) 7" vinyl
The Japanese We Will Rock You live single has the complete Live Killers opening and ends in a very similar way to the UK single version.

We Will Rock You (Fast - Rock You Version) 3:18
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
UK Rock You promo CD
This version appears on Rock You, a promo CD from the UK newspaper The Mail. The thunder noise at the beginning is edited off and the track end abruptly after "are you ready to rock?"

We Will Rock You (Fast - Italian Fan Club Edit) 3:24
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
We Will Rock You - 20th Official Italian Fan Club Anniversary CD single
In recognition of the 20th Anniversary of the Italian Queen Fan Club, EMI released a CD single limited to 1,000 units. The CD features various versions of We Will Rock You throughout the years. Included on this disc is an edit of the Live Killers fast version. This version features the full opening and adds some crown noise at the end before fading out.

Let Me Entertain You

Let Me Entertain You 3:15
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 2

Let Me Entertain You (Live Single Edit) 3:14
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK Save Me 7" vinyl, UK The Singles Collection Volume 2
This version is the exact same as the album version, except the whistle noise is cut out at the beginning of the track and there is a slight fade at the end.

Let Me Entertain You (US/Japan Live Single Edit) 2:58
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
US We Will Rock You (Live) 7" vinyl, Japan We Will Rock You (Live) 7" vinyl
The US and Japan markets both released the live version of We Will Rock You (Fast) as a single in 1979. Both releases used a unique edit of the Live Killers version of Let Me Entertain You as the B-side. The track starts midway through Freddie's interaction with the audience. The crowd fades in and Freddie asks them "are you ready to rock... are you ready to roll... ok let's do it". The track ends with a fade out of the crowd cheering.

Let Me Entertain You (Rocks Promo Edit) 3:10
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
US Queen Rocks Vol. 3 promo CD
This version appears on the 1991 Queen Rocks Vol. 3 promo CD. The track starts with "Are you ready to rock? Are you ready to roll? Okay, let's do it". The track ends with a fade-out of the crowd cheering.

Let Me Entertain You (Rock You Version) 2:55
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK Rock You promo CD
This version appears on Rock You, a promo CD from the UK newspaper The Mail. The track starts with "are you ready to roll? Okay, let's do it!" and edits out the "Thank you" at the end.

Death On Two Legs (Dedicated To......)

Death On Two Legs (Dedicated To......) 3:31
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 3

Killer Queen

Killer Queen 1:59
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 4

Killer Queen (Rock You Version) 1:55
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK Rock You promo CD
This version appears on Rock You, a promo CD from the UK newspaper The Mail. A full bar is edited off of the piano intro, making the music slightly shorter than on the album. Rather than three counts of four at the beginning, there are only two.

Bicycle Race

Bicycle Race 1:28
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 5

Bicycle Race (Rock You Version) 1:28
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK Rock You promo CD
This version appears on Rock You, a promo CD from the UK newspaper The Mail. This version is really only a mastering difference; this version ends before the count-in to I'm In Love With My Car.


I'm In Love With My Car

I'm In Love With My Car 2:01
Written by Roger Taylor
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 6

I'm In Love With My Car (Rock You Version) 2:02
Written by Roger Taylor
Appears on:
UK Rock You promo CD
This version appears on Rock You, a promo CD from the UK newspaper The Mail. Again, this track is different only due to a mastering difference; this version starts with the count-in which ends Bicycle Race on the album.

Get Down, Make Love

Get Down, Make Love 4:31
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 7

Get Down, Make Love (Rock You Version) 4:28
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK Rock You promo CD
This version appears on Rock You, a promo CD from the UK newspaper The Mail. This version has some additional audience noise at the beginning of the track.

You're My Best Friend

You're My Best Friend 2:08
Written by John Deacon
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 8

Now I'm Here

Now I'm Here 8:42
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 9

Now I'm Here (Rock You Version) 8:15
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
UK Rock You promo CD
This version appears on Rock You, a promo CD from the UK newspaper The Mail. This version edits out the entire intro of Freddie saying "You are now gonna sing!..." and starts straight with the music. Also, the track does not fade in as it does on the album, but flows with audience noise straight from Get Down, Make Love. Similarly, the ending edits off the audience chanting after the song finishes and rather than fading out, which it does on the album, the audience noise flows straight into '39.

Dreamers Ball

Dreamers Ball 3:44
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 10

Love Of My Life

Love Of My Life 4:57
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 11

Love Of My Life (Live Single Version) 3:43
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK Love Of My Life 7" vinyl, UK The Singles Collection Volume 2, UK/US 2011 A Night At The Opera Deluxe CD
Love Of My Life was released as a live single in many major territories around the world including the UK, Japan, and other parts of Europe. The single version starts with Freddie saying "this next song has turned into a duet". The song ends with about 18 seconds of crowd cheering after Freddie thanks the audience.

Love Of My Life (Japan Live Single Version) 3:39
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Japan Love Of My Life 7" vinyl
Love Of My Life from Live Killer was also released as a single in Japan. Compared to the album version, the Japanese version starts right after Freddie commenting "the things you do for money"; Freddie's laugh is what opens the track. The ending is a bit shorter than the standard UK version, editing out some of the crowd cheering at the end.

Love Of My Life (Brazil Compilation Version) 3:44
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Brazil Thank God It's Christmas compilation LP
In 1985, EMI released a unique compilation album entitled "Thank God It's Christmas" in Brazil. The compilation featured their newest single One Vision and a very random selection from the remainder of their career. Love Of My Life, which was a single from Live Killers, was also featured on this album with a unique version. The track begins and ends with fading crowd noise. Freddie's full introduction to the song is retained in this version.

Love Of My Life (Live Video Version) 3:25
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Queen Greatest Video Hits 1 DVD
The same as the Live Single Edit version, except Freddie saying "Thank You" at the end has been edited out. Audio is taken from the same concert as the Live Killers and the single edit releases, yet the video is from a different concert.

'39

'39 3:26
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 12

'39 (Rock You Version) 3:13
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
UK Rock You promo CD
This version appears on Rock You, a promo CD from the UK newspaper The Mail. This one is not much different from the album version, except the audience noise at the end is trimmed by a good 10 seconds before going into Keep Yourself Alive.

Keep Yourself Alive

Keep Yourself Alive 4:02
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 1, Track 13

Keep Yourself Alive (1998 US Promo Edit) 3:59
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
US Keep Yourself Alive promo CD (1998)
In 1998, Hollywood Records released The Crown Jewels box set, featuring new remasters of Queen's first eight studio albums. A promo CD was issued featuring 5 different versions of Keep Yourself Alive to promote the release. A slight edit of the Live Killers live version was included with this issue. This version removes the opening crowd noise, beginning with the drums instead.

Keep Yourself Alive (Rock You Version) 3:52
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
UK Rock You promo CD
This version appears on Rock You, a promo CD from the UK newspaper The Mail. The last 4 seconds of the fade out are edited off, so the crowd cuts off for Don't Stop Me Now to come in. On the original LP, Keep Yourself Alive ended Side Two and Don't Stop Me Now was the first track of Side Three, so here they faked a cross-fade with this edit between the two tracks.

Don't Stop Me Now

Don't Stop Me Now 4:28
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 2, Track 1

Don't Stop Me Now (Rock You Version) 4:26
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
UK Rock You promo CD
This version appears on Rock You, a promo CD from the UK newspaper The Mail. This version starts the same as on the album and ends cleanly with a fade out, making this a good stand-alone version.

Spread Your Wings

Spread Your Wings 5:15
Written by John Deacon
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 2, Track 2

Spread Your Wings (US Live Single Version) 5:17
Written by John Deacon
Appears on:
US Crazy Little Thing Called Love 7" vinyl
The US #1 release of Crazy Little Thing Called Love featured a unique Live Killers single version of Spread Your Wings. This version is a bit longer than the album version, adding fading crowd noise at the beginning and the end of the track.

Spread Your Wings (Japan Live Single Version) 5:10
Written by John Deacon
Appears on:
Japan Crazy Little Thing Called Love 7" vinyl
The Japanese release of Crazy Little Thing Called Love, like it's American counterpart, featured the Live Killers performance of Spread Your Wings as the B-side. The Japanese single version is slightly different though. There is a very small amount of extra crowd noise at the beginning, and it runs faster, which shortens the track length.

Brighton Rock

Brighton Rock 12:13
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 2, Track 3

Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody 6:02
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 2, Track 4

Tie Your Mother Down

Tie Your Mother Down 3:40
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 2, Track 5

Sheer Heart Attack

Sheer Heart Attack 3:35
Written by Roger Taylor
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 2, Track 6

We Will Rock You

We Will Rock You 2:48
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 2, Track 7

We Will Rock You (Italian Fan Club Edit) 3:00
Written by Brian May
Appears on:
We Will Rock You - 20th Official Italian Fan Club Anniversary CD single
In recognition of the 20th Anniversary of the Italian Queen Fan Club, EMI released a CD single limited to 1,000 units. The CD features various versions of We Will Rock You throughout the years. Included on this disc is an edit of the Live Killers slow version. This version adds additional crowd noise at the end before it fades out.

We Are The Champions

We Are The Champions 3:27
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 2, Track 8

We Are The Champions (Brazil Compilation Version) 3:28
Written by Freddie Mercury
Appears on:
Brazil Thank God It's Christmas compilation LP
In 1985, EMI released a unique compilation album entitled "Thank God It's Christmas" in Brazil. The compilation featured their newest single One Vision and a very random selection from the remainder of their career. We Are The Champions from Live Killers was also featured on this album with a unique version. The track begins and ends with fading crowd noise.

God Save The Queen

God Save The Queen 1:31
Written by Traditional arr. Brian May
Appears on:
Live Killers: Disc 2, Track 9