Parlophone publish Queen’s thirteenth album : ‘The Miracle’ (1989)

Queen’s ‘The Miracle’ is their thirteenth studio album recorded in 1988 and released on May 22, 1989 by Parlophone / Capitol.

Track Listing : 1.Party (Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon) – 02:24 . 2.Khashoggi’S Ship (Queen) – 02:47 . 3.The Miracle (Freddie Mercury, John Deacon) – 05:02 . 4.I Want It All (Brian May) – 04:41 . 5.The Invisible Man (Roger Taylor) – 03:55 . 6.Breakthru (Freddie Mercury, Taylor) – 04:07 . 7.Rain Must Fall (John Deacon (Music), Freddie Mercury (Lyrics)) – 04:20 . 8.Scandal (Brian May) – 04:42 . 9.My Baby Does Me (Freddie Mercury, John Deacon) – 03:22 . 10.Was It All Worth It (Freddie Mercury) – 05:45

Musicians : Freddie Mercury – Vocals, Piano, Keyboards, Synthesisers, Programming On (1) . Brian May – Guitars, Backing Vocals, Co-Lead Vocals On (1 – 4), Keyboards On (8 – 10), Programming On (4) . Roger Taylor – Drums, Electronic Drums On (7), Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals On (5), Electric Guitar On (5), Keyboards On (5 – 6), Programming On (1 – 4 – 6) . John Deacon – Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar On (1 – 5 – 7), Keyboards On (9 – 7) . David Richards – Keyboards On (4 – 5 – 6), Sampler On (8), Programming On (7 – 9 – 6)

Production : Produced By Queen, David Richards . David Richards – Engineer . Andrew Bradfield – Assistant Engineer . John Brough – Assistant Engineer . Angelique Cooper – Assistant Engineer . Claude Frider – Assistant Engineer . Andy Mason – Assistant Engineer . Justin Shirley-Smith – Assistant Engineer . Kevin Metcalf – Mastering . Gordon Vickary- Mastering

Package : Richard Gray- Design . Simon Fowler – Photography

Recorded January 1988 – January 1989 At Olympic Studios; Townhouse Studios, London, England; Mountain Studios, Montreux, Switzerland.

Released On May 22, 1989 By Parlophone Capitol.

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Rolling Stone
Brian May is still in fighting trim, too — when you can hear him. May’s role on The Miracle is, for the most part, limited to a quick, typically brilliant solo here and there. […]

Ultimate Classic Rock
May later said. “We were lying to everyone, even our own families, because he didn’t want the world intruding on his struggle. He used to say, ‘I don’t want people buying our f—ing records out of sympathy.’ We all became very close. We grew up a lot.” […]

Escapist Magazine
You can disagree with me, that’s cool, but I’m going to laugh quite a lot if you really think it’s that bad. The thing is that, aside from the obvious synthesizers added in, this is pure Queen. Hell, it looks like they’re pulling a bit of a joke on themselves also! […]

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