Queen release their tenth album : ‘Hot Space’ featuring ‘Under Pressure’ with David Bowie (1982)

Queen’s ‘Hot Space’ is their tenth studio album featuring ‘Under Pressure’ with David Bowie) released on May 21, 1982 by EMI / Elektra.

Track Listing : 1.Staying Power (Freddie Mercury) – 04:10 . 2.Dancer (Brian May) – 03:46 . 3.Back Chat (John Deacon) – 04:31 . 4.Body Language (Freddie Mercury) – 04:29 . 5.Action This Day (Roger Taylor) – 03:33 . 6.Put Out The Fire (Brian May) – 03:15 . 7.Life Is Real [Song For Lennon] (Freddie Mercury) – 03:39 . 8.Calling All Girls (Roger Taylor) – 03:53 . 9.Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love) (Brian May) – 04:26 . 10.Cool Cat (Freddie Mercury, John Deacon) – 03:26 . 11.Under Pressure (Queen, David Bowie) – 04:02

Musicians : Freddie Mercury – Vocals, Piano, Synthesisers, Synth Bass On (1 – 4), Hammond Organ On (11) . Brian May – Guitars, Keyboards On (9), Backing Vocals, Synth Bass On (2), Lead Vocals On (6 – 9) . Roger Taylor – Drums, Electronic Drums, Programming On (5), Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals On (5), Keyboards And Rhythm Guitar On (8) . John Deacon – Bass Guitar, Rhythm Guitar On (1), Keyboards On (3 – 10), Lead And Rhythm Guitars On (3 – 10), Drums And Programming On (10) . David Bowie – Duet Vocals, Percussion And Keyboards On (11) . Reinhold Mack – Keyboard Programming On (5) . Dino Solera – Saxophone On (5)

Production : Produced By Queen, Arif Mardin, Reinhold Mack, David Bowie . Josh Macrae – Engineer . George Marino – Engineer

Arrangements : Arif Mardin On (1)

Package : John Barr – Artwork . Simon Fowler – Photography . Steven Miller – Artwork . Norm Ung – Artwork

Recorded June 1981 – March 1982 At Mountain Studios, Montreux, Switzerland; Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany.

Released On May 21, 1982 By Emi Elektra.

(Source QueenOnline.com)

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Escapist Magazine
That sums up the disco part of the album. Thankfully, the second part is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay fucking better. We start with the anthemic rock track “Put Out The Fire”, the first song to feature that nice crunchy Brian May guitar. […]

The Quietus
Don’t Talk! In Defence Of Queen’s Hot SpaceThe fans hated it, Roger Taylor and Brian May loathed it, even John Deacon and Freddie Mercury thought it was a mistake. […]

Rolling Stone
Bowie remains front and center on “Under Pressure,” a number on which Mercury manages to ape both Hall and Oates, while making Bowie sound positively soulful. […]

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