Innuendo

Innuendo

by Queen

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Release Date: 02/05/1991
Label: Hollywood Records
UPC: 0720616102027
catalogNumber: 161020
Rank: 6788

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Innuendo 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
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Innuedo is a lot different from the other Queen albums. This album is actually a lot darker than their previous albums. You can easily tell by listening to the eerie sounds of songs like, "I'm Going Slightly Mad", "The Show Must Go On", and the title track. For the good part, I think it's a great album.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Yes, it's not the classic Queen we know and this makes it so special. I still cannot tell which piece would be my favorite, after all these years.It's definitely more mature than "The game" and actually you can see this album "coming" in some of the maturity from "A kind of magic","The miracle" or some songs from "The works".
Guest More than 1 year ago
John's bass, Roger's percussion, Brian's guitar, and Freddie's remarkable voice are combined in the CD for the final time before Freddie's untimely death. I have never heard such power, grace, talent, and true artistry EVER in my life!!! Every single song will move you!! You MUST get this if you are any kind of a Queen fan at all!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an amazing thing. It will surprise you if you haven't heard.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is best Queen recorded. I love Innuendo. When I listen to it I feel the deep emotion the band felt when recording this album. MILIONS OF HUGS to Brian May in the song Bijou. His guitar playing is just so beatiful. Buy this album you wont regret it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Well, okay, so it lacks the punch of earlier classics like A Night at the Opera and undeniably has some filler, but Innuendo is an improvement over albums like The Miracle or The Works. The title track is a six-minute opus that, sonically and lyrically, would have been a much bigger hit in America had it been released during the 70's. Besides that, you have the fun rocker Headlong, the beautiful ballad Don't Try So Hard, and of course, a closer that remains one of my favorite Queen songs of all time. The Show Must Go On is pure emotional catharsis, flowing from a singer who knew he was dying, could not do anything about it, and decided to keep recording with his beloved band anyway. Skip through filler like I'm Going Slightly Mad, Delilah, and These Are the Days of Our Lives and you have a fine Queen album.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Received this as a Xmas gift shortly after its release, and had only heard the single "Headlong" on the radio (disappointed at the time). After a few extended listenings I came to realize that not only was this the best of Queen's studio products, it is quite possibly one of the top 20 albums ever in regards to popular rock music. Steve Howe's contribution on the title track proves that "more is not better", and it has never failed to amaze me that Mercury could be so artistic while nearing the end. When the band re-invented itself with "The Game", I thought then that they would never rise above it..... thankfully, with "Innuendo", they did.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this album very much. But it's kind of weird. Freddie was seriously going nuts, the poor guy. But who cares? This album is Queen at some of their finest. Rock on guys. The show must go on.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Quite simply, this is an excellent album by Freddie Mercury and the gang. The lyrics were well thought out and you could listen to Innuendo over and over...
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is, without a doubt, the GREATEST album ever recorded in the history of the world. Innuendo has everything you could ever want in an album. The lyrics are wonderful and very powerful. This album was the final al bum Queen made with Freddie Mercury before his untimely death in November of 1991, to the AIDS virus. Freddie's vocals were so powerful and emotional that some (includeing me) can't help but be moved to tears just listening, A perfect example of the tone of this albumiis the track The Show Must Go On, the sheer intensity of freddie's vocal performance is stunning. This song gives me the shivers every time I hear it, and I bought the album the day it was released almost twelve years ago !