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Innuendo (1991)

Queen
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Progressive rock, Hard rock, Pop rock, Rock music, Heavy metal

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Innuendo is the fourteenth studio album by British rock band Queen. Released in February 1991, it was the final studio album to be released in Freddie Mercury's lifetime and is the last to be composed entirely of new material. It reached No. 1 on the United Kingdom album charts (two weeks) as well as in the Netherlands (four weeks), Germany (six weeks), Switzerland (eight weeks) and Italy (three weeks). The album was released in the United States one day after its UK release. It would be the first Queen album to go gold in the US upon its release since The Works in 1984.
The album was recorded from early 1989 to late 1990. In the spring of 1987, Mercury was diagnosed as being HIV positive and by 1990 this had developed into AIDS, although he was keeping his illness a secret and denied countless media reports that he was seriously ill. The band and producers were aiming for a November or December release date in order to catch the crucial Christmas market, but Mercury's declining health meant that the release of the album did not take place until February 1991. Stylistically, Innuendo is in some sense a return to Queen's roots, with its harder rock sound, complex musical composition

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Tracks

4:33 I Can't Live With You
4:42 Ride the Wild Wind
4:21 All God's People
4:16 These are the Days of Our Lives
3:35 Delilah
4:56 The Hitman
3:36 Bijou
4:32 The Show Must Go On
6:23 Inuendo
3:39 Don't Try So Hard
4:38 Headlong
4:22 I'm Going Slightly Mad
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