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Queen – A Kind Of Magic (1986)


1 	One Vision	5:11
2 	A Kind Of Magic	4:25
3 	One Year Of Love	4:27
4 	Pain Is So Close To Pleasure	4:22
5 	Friends Will Be Friends	4:08
6 	Who Wants To Live Forever	5:17
7 	Gimme The Prize (Kurgan's Theme)	4:35
8 	Don't Lose Your Head	4:38
9 	Princes Of The Universe	3:33
	Extra Magical Ingredients
10 	A Kind Of 'A Kind Of Magic'	3:38
11 	Friends Will Be Friends Will Be Friends...	5:58
12 	Forever		3:21

Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Guitar [Occasional] – John Deacon
Drums, Vocals [Occasional], Keyboards – Roger Taylor
Guitar, Vocals [Occasional], Keyboards – Brian May
Keyboards [Computer] – BBC B, UMI 
Keyboards [Extra] – Spike Edney
Vocals, Keyboards – Freddie Mercury
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Saxophone – Steve Gregory
The National Philharmonic Orchestra
Vocals [Incidental] – Joan Armatrading

 

By the release of 1986's A Kind of Magic, Queen's stature as a prominent rock band in the U.S. had slipped considerably, while in all other parts of the world (especially Europe), they remained superstar hitmakers. 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 in 1985). Most of the songs were written for the movie Highlander -- "Gimme the Prize (Kurgan's Theme)," "Princes of the Universe," the aforementioned "Who Wants to Live Forever," etc. -- but instead of issuing just a movie soundtrack, the band added a few non-movie tracks and made an official Queen release out of it. It may not have been as cohesive as some of their other albums, but A Kind of Magic was their best work in some time. Queen would embark on a sold-out tour of outdoor stadiums in Europe upon the album's release, which would sadly turn out to be their final tour. ---Greg Prato, AllMusic Review

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