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The Miracle

Song Versions

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The Miracle 2004 Disc
2004 Japan Disc

Party

Party (Album Version) 2:24
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Miracle, Track 1


Party (The Teaser Tape Edit) 2:23
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Teaser Tape

Surprisingly, this is almost the entire track, with only two edits: opening music is gone, with the track starting with Freddie singing, and the second edit is in the "..come back and play" portion. The track ends the same way as the album, cutting off where the next track, Khashoggi's Ship, starts.

Party (The eYe Version) 2:26
Written by Queen
Appears on: Queen: The eYe (Non-English Versions), The Art Of Queen: The eYe

This rare instrumental remix of Party is featured on the non-English versions of The eYe videogame and on the CD from The Art Of Queen: The eYe book. This remix, like all of The eYe remixes was done by former member of The Cross, Joshua J. Macrae.

Party (Stand-Alone Version)
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

This track premiered at the 16th International Fan Club Convention in Prestatyn. This is a complete stand-alone version that does not segue into Khashoggi's Ship.

Khashoggi's Ship

Khashoggi's Ship (Album Version) 2:47
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Miracle, Track 2


Khashoggi's Ship (Stand Alone Version) 2:54
Written by Queen
Appears on: UK Deep Cuts 3 (1984-1985)

Instead of the beginning segueing from Party, this completely stand alone version of Khashoggi's Ship starts with a simple drum beat and cymbal crash.

Khashoggi's Ship (The Teaser Tape Edit) 2:07
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Teaser Tape

Like the album, this starts with the segue from Party, continues through the first verse, then jumps to Freddie's scat in the middle and continuing to the end of the song. It's actually a fairly seamless edit.

Khashoggi's Ship (The eYe Version) 1:37
Written by Queen
Appears on: Queen: The eYe

From the Electronic Arts videogame, Queen: The eYe. An instrumental version of roughly the first minute and a half of the album version. Fades out with a phased effect. Notice that this version appears twice on The eYe videogame.

Khashoggi's Ship (Demo)
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

This track premiered at the 16th International Fan Club Convention in Prestatyn. This was recorded in Olympic Studios, November 1988. This version has Freddie Mercury's guide vocals. Three to four different vocal takes are on this mix to give a flavor of the different versions recorded. Lyrics include, "This big bad fucker - I said go get laid" (instead of "I said uh huh babe").

The Miracle

The Miracle (Album Version) 5:01
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Miracle, Track 3


The Miracle (Classic Queen Edit) 4:24
Written by Queen
Appears on: Classic Queen

This is a major edit of the album version. The instrumental section near the end (which starts with the brief bass solo) is completely cut out. The song goes from the lyrics "Peace on Earth and end to war..." right into the closing chorus parts.

The Miracle (Greatest Hits 2 Edit) 4:54
Written by Queen
Appears on: Greatest Hits II

The same as the album version, just fading out sooner. The closing lyrics "the time will come, one day you'll see, when we can all be friends" is repeated one less time. The edit was made by David Richards to fit this track onto the Greatest Hits II CD.

The Miracle (Karaoke Version) 5:11
Written by Queen
Appears on: Greatest Karaoke Hits

Great sounding instrumental version. No click track at the beginning.

The Miracle (Video Version) 5:08
Written by Queen
Appears on: Greatest Video Hits 2, Greatest Flix II

Again, same as the album version, except the closing lyrics "the time will come, one day you'll see, when we can all be friends" is repeated one more time.

The Miracle (GVH2 Surround Mix) 5:18
Written by Queen
Appears on: Greatest Video Hits 2 DVD

A new 96/24 DTS 5.1 surround mix of The Miracle was made for the 2003 Greatest Video Hits 2 DVD. The new mixes on this DVD were produced by Justin Shriley-Smith. Engineered by Justin Shirley-Smith and Kris Fredriksson. 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.

The Miracle (The Teaser Tape Edit) 1:56
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Teaser Tape

Here's almost the first two minutes of the song, uncut. It fades out before the "If every leaf..." verse comes in. Again, it's a sampler edit, so on that level, it works just fine.

The Miracle (Demo) 1:43
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

A very rough and incomplete version of the track. Features a different vocal track from Freddie, which is less polished. The backing track seems to be the same as the album cut. Brian throws in some different guitar bits here and there. The lyrics here are not different from the album version.

The Miracle (Cohen-Jiya Mix)
Written by Queen, Remixed by Kevin Cohen and Femi Jiya
Appears on: Queen - The Unauthorized Club Record 10 track promo CD-R

The Kevin Cohen and Femi Jiya mix of The Miracle is another in a long line of Hollywood BASIC remixes. This appeared on a 10 track promo CD-R from Hollywood called Queen: The Unauthorized Club Record. Cohen and Jiya are known for some of their production work with Prince. Keith Cohen also remixed the Living In A Box song, Blow The House Down (which featured Brian May).

I Want It All

I Want It All (Album Version) 4:41
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Miracle, Track 4, UK The Miracle, US Capitol Records The Miracle

The definitive album version, which differs from the later 1991 US remaster. The first chorus has no backing vocals, lead vocals are double tracked, synth is more prominent, and there is no lead guitar. The first chorus repeat has backing vocals and lead guitar.

I Want It All (Hollywood Records Album Version) 4:33
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Miracle Hollywood Remaster (1991)

Appearing only on the 1991 Hollywood Records remaster of The Miracle. At 1:14 into the track, the chorus that repeats the lyrics "I Want It All" is missing completely. Additionally, there are added backing vocals in the track. The first chorus has no backing vocals, lead vocal has more obvious multitracking, less prominent synth, more rhythm guitar, and lead guitar. There is no first chorus repeat. How did this mistake happen? Quite simply when Hollywood Records was remastering the album, Queen Productions provided the incorrect album master tape to Hollywood Records. The I Want It All mix that appears on the Hollywood release was added to the album master on March 15, 1989.

I Want It All (Single Version) 4:00
Written by Queen
Appears on: I Want It All 7" vinyl, I Want It All 12" vinyl, I Want It All CD single, Greatest Hits II, Jewels II, UK The Single Collection Volume 3, UK 2011 The Miracle Deluxe CD

A great single mix that improves on the album version. The opening features a chorus starting out the song singing "I Want It All" three times. Some of Brian's guitar is edited out but it isn't missed all that much. Recommended over the album version.

I Want It All (Argentinian Single Version) 4:10
Written by Queen
Appears on: Argeninia I Want It All 7" vinyl

The same as the UK album version except at 2:57 there is a large edit of the instrumental section that is painfully obvious.

I Want It All (Rocks Mix) 4:30
Written by Queen
Appears on: Queen Rocks

A great remix that basically combines the album and single versions. This mix starts out like the single mix with the chorus vocal and goes into the rest of the album version. Brian's guitar solo is unedited. This is the best mix of the song in my opinion.

I Want It All (GVH2 Surround Mix) 4:09
Written by Queen
Appears on: Greatest Video Hits 2 DVD

A new 96/24 DTS 5.1 surround mix of I Want It All was made for the 2003 Greatest Video Hits 2 DVD. The new mixes on this DVD were produced by Justin Shriley-Smith. Engineered by Justin Shirley-Smith and Kris Fredriksson. 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. The audio mix is based on the single version.

I Want It All (Karaoke Version) 4:02
Written by Queen
Appears on: Greatest Karaoke Hits

An instrumental of the single version, which still retains the beginning chorus vocals. Starts with a click track.

I Want It All (The Teaser Tape Edit) 1:40
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Teaser Tape

This edit starts abruptly part way through the opening music and then edits into the "Listen all you people..." verse. It then continues until Brian's middle eight verse, taking a rather long fade out over it, ending just before the guitar solo. Unlike the first three edits on the tape, this sounds a bit more choppy.

I Want It All (Demo) 1:25
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

A short snippet that is very incomplete. Guitars are slightly different. Freddie's vocals are different, but the lyrics are unchanged. Fades out partway into Brian's vocal part (which has different lyrics).

I Want It All (Instrumental Demo) 3:38
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

A very long instrumental demo. Sounds very good, but a little uninteresting without the vocals. Similar to the final backing track, with some minor changes here and there. Ends with some parts of Chinese Torture.

I Want It All (The eYe Version 1) 4:43
Written by Queen
Appears on: Queen: The eYe

From the Electronic Arts videogame, Queen: The eYe. An almost full instrumental version of the album track, starting about halfway through the opening guitar chord.

I Want It All (The eYe Version 2) 4:53
Written by Queen
Appears on: Queen: The eYe

From the Electronic Arts videogame, Queen: The eYe. Another full instrumental version, again starting just a second late into the track. The first 10 or so seconds is looped a second time with a synthesizer effect added to blend them together.

The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man (Album Version) 3:57
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Miracle, Track 5


The Invisible Man (12" Version) 5:29
Written by Queen
Appears on: UK The Invisible Man 12" vinyl, UK The Invisible Man CD single, UK The Miracle, US Capitol Records The Miracle, The Miracle Hollywood Remaster (1991), UK 2011 The Miracle Deluxe CD

Remixed by David Richards, The Invisible Man extended version is a fairly major departure from the album version. At over a minute longer, this version is a very different mix. The track opens differently with electronic whistling sound effects. The band member introductions are no longer there. The backing track is remixed, with more instrumental sections. The ending has also been changed with Roger singing the lyrics "I'm the invisible man." Worth a listen just to hear the differences, but probably not as good as the album version.

The Invisible Man (Karaoke Version) 4:18
Written by Queen
Appears on: Greatest Karaoke Hits

A nice version that is actually the instrumental to the video version. No click track on this one.

The Invisible Man (Video Version) 4:16
Written by Queen
Appears on: Greatest Video Hits 2, Greatest Flix II

A really good version that would have made a nice single remix. The track starts with sound effects that are in the beginning of the Extended Version up to Roger singing his invisible man lyric, then it goes right into the normal album version.

The Invisible Man (GVH2 Surround Mix) 4:19
Written by Queen
Appears on: Greatest Video Hits 2 DVD

A new 96/24 DTS 5.1 surround mix of The Invisible Man was made for the 2003 Greatest Video Hits 2 DVD. The new mixes on this DVD were produced by Justin Shriley-Smith. Engineered by Justin Shirley-Smith and Kris Fredriksson. 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. The audio mix is based on the video version.

The Invisible Man (Early Version with Guide Vocal, August 1988) 5:03
Written by Queen
Appears on: 2011 UK The Miracle Deluxe CD

Originating from Roger Taylor, this demo of The Invisible Man features him, not Freddie on lead vocals. Freddie, however, does appear on vocals in the middle section singing "was it shyness in my soul that made me lonely just like you? No one noticed I was there, when I walked into the room." This middle vocal section also appeared on another, unreleased, early version of the track that is listed above. This is a great version of the song. Roger's vocals and his drumming performance really suit this track well.

The Invisible Man (Convention Message) 2:06
Written by Queen
Appears on: A Message From Queen Fan Club vinyl

Queen's fan club message to the 1989 Fan Club Convention features the backing track to The Invisible Man. All four members leave a message for the people in attendance. Freddie sings his part.

The Invisible Man (The Teaser Tape Edit) 1:36
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Teaser Tape

The intro is cut down, the first verse survives, then it jumps to the middle part of the song, then repeats the intro, cutting off right after "..see right through me!" Unlike the other edits on the tape, which at least tried to maintain the overall structure of the original track, this is the only one to change that around by closing with the intro part. Obviously, if you know the album version, this is a surprising change.

The Invisible Man (Demo) 1:24
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

An early version of the track, with some minor differences in the backing track. Freddie adds a few lyrics not on the album version that comes out of nowhere (that sound great). A nice version, but that makes you want to hear more.

The Invisible Man (Early Demo)
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

This track premiered at the 16th International Fan Club Convention in Prestatyn. Roger Taylor sings his original guide vocal on this demo.

Breakthru

Breakthru (Album Version) 4:08
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Miracle, Track 6


Breakthru (12" Version) 5:44
Written by Queen
Appears on: UK Breakthru 12" vinyl, UK Breakthru CD single, 12" Collection CD, US Breakthru promo CD

A very good extended mix that starts out very differently from the album version. Instead of the multitracked intro, this version starts out with Freddie simply singing "Breakthru... Breakthru...." a few times. There are some neat stereo sound effects going between the left and right channels. The rest of the backing track has been remixed as well, with lots of added percussion.

Breakthru (The Now Edit) 3:36
Written by Queen
Appears on: US Breakthru promo CD

This version loses the multitracked intro and instead starts at the word "Now." From that point on, it is the same as the album version.

Breakthru (The Almost Now Edit) 3:47
Written by Queen
Appears on: US Breakthru promo CD

This version starts off with the multitracked intro, but after the lyrics "when the dawn light wakes up" it goes right into the Now Edit version.

Breakthru (GVH2 Surround Mix) 4:25
Written by Queen
Appears on: Greatest Video Hits 2 DVD

A new 96/24 DTS 5.1 surround mix of Breakthru was made for the 2003 Greatest Video Hits 2 DVD. The new mixes on this DVD were produced by Justin Shriley-Smith. Engineered by Justin Shirley-Smith and Kris Fredriksson. 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.

Breakthru (The eYe Version) 2:05
Written by Queen
Appears on: Queen: The eYe

From the Electronic Arts videogame, Queen: The eYe. This version is an instrumental edit of the album version, from 2:06 onwards, beginning with a fade-in.

Breakthru (Karaoke Version) 4:10
Written by Queen
Appears on: Greatest Karaoke Hits

Another great instrumental version. Begins with a click track.

Breakthru (The Teaser Tape Edit) 1:40
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Teaser Tape

This edit starts right after the first "Now" and continues until just before the verse that begins with "Your smile...," but instead of fading out, the last few bars of the track are nicely edited onto the end. As far as promo sampler edits go, it's not bad.

Breakthru (Instrumental Demo)
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

This track premiered at the 16th International Fan Club Convention in Prestatyn. This 1988 demo has a faster tempo and a heavier pounding drumbeat.

Rain Must Fall

Rain Must Fall (Album Version) 4:22
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Miracle, Track 7


Rain Must Fall (The Teaser Tape Edit) 1:50
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Teaser Tape

This edit starts abruptly in the middle of the intro, continues until just before the drum/percussion solo, then jumps to the finale music, fading out quickly.

Rain Must Fall (8 Vocal Takes)
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

This track premiered at the 2006 Dutch Fan Club Convention. From The Miracle sessions, 1988.

Scandal

Scandal (Album Version) 4:42
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Miracle, Track 8


Scandal (12" Version) 6:37
Written by Queen
Appears on: UK Scandal 12" vinyl, UK Scandal CD single, The Miracle Hollywood Remaster (1991)

Like all of the other Miracle extended versions, this one is very good. A bit heavier in terms of percussion and guitar in comparison to the album version. There are some great instrumental parts in here, but it is a bit too long though.

Scandal (GVH2 Surround Mix) 4:45
Written by Queen
Appears on: Greatest Video Hits 2 DVD

A new 96/24 DTS 5.1 surround mix of Scandal was made for the 2003 Greatest Video Hits 2 DVD. The new mixes on this DVD were produced by Justin Shriley-Smith. Engineered by Justin Shirley-Smith and Kris Fredriksson. 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.

Scandal (The Teaser Tape Edit) 1:59
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Teaser Tape

Starting partway through the intro, this edit continues until the guitar solo, over which it fades out. It does the job.

Scandal (Demo) 1:43
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

Just as with the other Miracle demo snippets, this one is a bit rougher. This one has an early vocal track by Freddie that was perhaps redone for the final version. More simplistic than the album version, but worth a listen.

My Baby Does Me

My Baby Does Me (Album Version) 3:23
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Miracle, Track 9


My Baby Does Me (The Teaser Tape Edit) 1:43
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Teaser Tape

The intro of the song is trimmed down a lot, though the first verse lyrics remain, then the edit picks up in the third verse and continues into the end of the song with an early fade out. Also not a bad sampler edit, for what it's trying to do.

My Baby Loves Me (Demo) 3:35
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

The demo version of My Baby Does Me. Not much has changed from the demo to the final version. The songs backing track is mostly unchanged. Many of the lyrics are not completed, so some filler is there from Freddie.

Was It All Worth It

Was It All Worth It (Album Version) 5:44
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Miracle, Track 10


Was It All Worth It (The Teaser Tape Edit) 1:56
Written by Queen
Appears on: The Teaser Tape

This starts partway through Freddie's vocal bit, then jumps a few times through the instrumental intro, then jumps into the "Put down our money..." verse, then cuts to the last chorus and finally jumps to the finale, before fading out early. This is a bit more brutal an edit compared the others on the tape.

Was It All Worth It (The eYe Version 1) 0:37
Written by Queen
Appears on: Queen: The eYe

From the Electronic Arts videogame, Queen: The eYe. An instrumental edit from the first 37 seconds of the album version.

Was It All Worth It (The eYe Version 2) 1:53
Written by Queen
Appears on: Queen: The eYe

From the Electronic Arts videogame, Queen: The eYe. This is a continuation of an instrumental version of the album version, picking up where The eYe Version 1 leaves off. The song ends with a guitar note (which would be around 2:24 of the full album version).

Chinese Torture

Chinese Torture 1:45
Written by Queen
Appears on: UK The Miracle CD, US Capitol Records The Miracle CD, The Miracle Hollywood Remaster (1991), UK 2011 The Miracle Deluxe CD

Originating from Brian's guitar solos at the end part of The Magic Tour, Chinese Torture is a really fun, heavy instrumental song. Chinese Torture was released only as a bonus track on The Miracle CD. This is a really fun guitar extravaganza and works well as a bonus track.

Chinese Torture (The eYe Version) 1:45
Written by Queen
Appears on: Queen: The eYe

From the Electronic Arts videogame, Queen: The eYe. Exactly the same as the normal version.

Hang On In There

Hang On In There 3:46
Written by Queen
Appears on: UK The Miracle CD, US Capitol Records The Miracle CD, The Miracle Hollywood Remaster (1991), UK The Single Collection Volume 3, UK 2011 The Miracle Deluxe CD

A very good CD bonus track and the B-side to I Want It All, Hang On In There has the feeling of a jam session. It leans towards the heavy side and is worth getting. Lead vocals by Freddie, and a nice instrumental jam at the end.

Hang On In There (Single Edit) 3:43
Written by Queen
Appears on: I Want It All 7" vinyl, I Want It All 12" vinyl, I Want It All CD single

A little known edit, probably because no one bothered to listen for it. The entire track is the same as the album version, except for the last few seconds. The single edit version fades out slightly earlier and is missing a final guitar chord.

Hang On In There (The eYe Version) 0:57
Written by Queen
Appears on: Queen: The eYe

From the Electronic Arts videogame, Queen: The eYe. The instrumental intro to the song, repeated twice.

Hang On In There (Demo) 2:58
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

An instrumental demo with Freddie doing some vocals bits here and there. A bit rougher and heavier than the proper version, and still interesting to listen to.

Stealin'

Stealin' 3:58
Written by Queen
Appears on: UK Breakthru 7" vinyl, UK Breakthru 12" vinyl, UK Breakthru CD single, UK The Single Collection Volume 3, UK 2011 The Miracle Deluxe CD

The B-side to Breakthru, Stealin' is another great non-album track from the Miracle sessions. Freddie is featured on lead vocals this time. The song has an easygoing tempo, until the end where it becomes insanely fast. This would have fit well on the album. Judging from the demo, this track may have stemmed from Freddie.

Stealin' (Demo) 11:43
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

A very long demo version. Starts with some studio banter from Freddie and then goes into the song. Freddie provides the only vocals and multitracks himself multiple times throughout the song. Has a few long instrumental sections, but this is mostly a vocal showcase for Freddie.

Hijack My Heart

Hijack My Heart 4:11
Written by Queen
Appears on: UK The Invisible Man 7" vinyl, UK The Invisible Man 12" vinyl, UK The Invisible Man CD single, UK The Single Collection Volume 3, UK 2011 The Miracle Deluxe CD

The B-side to The Invisible Man, Hijack My Heart stems from Roger Taylor. Most of the instrumentation and the lead vocals come from Roger as well. Hard hitting drums, and Roger's electronic-rock sound are throughout the track. This would have sounded right at home on any one of Roger's solo efforts.

Hijack My Heart (Demo) 3:25
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

This is one of the newer demos previewed at the recent Queen conventions. Again, Roger is on lead vocals. At times the instruments seem to overpower his vocals, suggesting that this is a guide vocal from Roger. Instrumentally, the song is basically the same, except there are what sound like maracas in the background for the entire song, which fairly well (although are mixed to high in this demo). Brian's guitar is more present and heavier. Lyrics for the most part are the same, with a few missing pieces here and there. The ending features a piano outro, which comes as a very big surprise. Very neat sounding demo, just for the fact it sounds different.

My Life Has Been Saved

My Life Has Been Saved (Original 1989 Version) 3:17
Written by Queen
Appears on: UK Scandal 7" vinyl, UK Scandal 12" vinyl, UK Scandal CD single, UK 2011 Made In Heaven Deluxe CD

Stemming from John Deacon, this B-side to Scandal was later reworked into an album cut for the posthumous Made In Heaven album. This original version is a bit fuller and heavier, but still sounds similar to the Made In Heaven version. Freddie's vocals have a slightly processed sound to them. The ending has some spoken parts by Freddie.

My Life Has Been Saved (Made In Heaven Version) 3:15
Written by Queen
Appears on: Made In Heaven, Track 5, Made In Heaven CD album, Made In Heaven vinyl album, US Made In Heaven promo cassette

Reworked from the B-side version from 1989 for the Made In Heaven album, this version features the keyboard much more prominently and has a lighter sound from the added synth effects. Freddie's vocal track is much clearer, louder, and doesn't seem to be as processed. It is arguable whether this version or the original is better. Regardless, the reworking of this song made it fit in well with the Made In Heaven album.

I Guess We're Falling Out

I Guess We're Falling Out (Demo) 2:35
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

This track seems to segue from My Baby Loves Me. A really good start to an unfinished song. Lead vocals and piano by Freddie. Lyrics are off to a good start but are unfinished. A shame this couldn't have been completed. This track segues into the Hang On In There demo.

A New Life Is Born

A New Life Is Born (Demo) 1:22
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

This one certainly is interesting. This track is actually the beginning chorus part of Breakthru. Right when you expect the "Now!" part, the song continues into a ballad. Seems to be just Freddie on vocals and piano for this one. Vocals and lyrics are incomplete, but still are very good and interesting.

Dog With A Bone

Dog With A Bone (Demo) 4:37
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

A fun jam session song, done in a Muddy Waters style. Lead vocals are shared by Freddie and Roger. This one seems to be done just for fun, and the energy certainly comes through.

Dog With A Bone (Convention Message) 6:03
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

For the 1988 Queen Convention in the UK, Queen presented a pre-recorded message. The message was the unreleased track Dog With A Bone with some recorded messages from the band inserted into the middle of the track. Freddie sings his part of the message.

Face It Alone

Face It Alone (Demo) 10:00
Written by Queen
Appears on: Unreleased

This track premired at the 16th International Fan Club Convention in Prestatyn. 3 excerpts from The Miracle sessions, Olympic Studios, November 1988. Very sad song. Freddie Mercury on breathtaking vocals singing about "Looking after yourself first - you've only one life". Lots of heartfelt wailing guitar work by Brian May.

Too Much Love Will Kill You

Too Much Love Will Kill You (Demo) 2:01
Written by May/Musker/Lamers
Appears on: Unreleased

A early 1988 version of the track (which was supposed to be on The Miracle). This snippet is pretty close to the completed version. Apparently the full song was completed for includsion on The Miracle and that full version was retained for Made In Heaven.

Too Much Love Will Kill You (Demo 2)
Written by May/Musker/Lamers
Appears on: Unreleased

This track premiered at the 16th International Fan Club Convention in Prestatyn. From The Miracle Sessions, Mountain Studios, 1988. Brian May on piano, synth strings, an extended guitar solo, and still more guitar arrangements at the end. Brian is also on original guide vocals with Freddie Mercury on top.