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David Andrews | Ypsilanti, MI United States | 04/07/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Freddie's solo album doesn't rate with the best of Queen, particularly in the arrangements, which sound overly synthesized and under-powered. And whatever your opinion of Roger Taylor's drumming, it's far better than the tinny, cringe-worthy drum machine in evidence here. However, Freddie was always the band's most consistently compelling songwriter, and he doesn't disappoint. "Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow" and "There Must Be More to Life than This" are as simple and affecting as anything from Queen's glory years, and "I Was Born To Love You" captures some of the infectiousness of Freddie's "Rhapsodic" heyday. This is a disc worth having, but I can't help but wonder what the hyper-powered musicianship of the rest of Queen could have done to augment these tunes."
Let?s Turn It On
Gary Selikow | Great Kush | 05/18/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This 1985 solo album by Freddie Mercury is a tribute to Mercury's talent. This mid-1980's album is different to the grand old rock opera era of the 1970's, but still has much to recommend it. It has a strong hi tech -disco favour, which Queen specialized in during the 80's , including feel good dance songs, such as `Let's Turn It On', `I Was Born To Love You', `Foolin' Around', and `My Love Is Dangerous'.There is the beautiful contemplative `There must be more to life than this' and `Made In Heaven' and the rollicking title track Mr. Bad Guy, together with rock ballad `Man Made Paradise'.This album generated interest among Queen fans before it was released, with speculation of what Mercury's solo effort would entail, after a taste with the fantastic `Love Kills', the previous year."
The best singer ever can do no wrong!!!
D. Munoz | Los Angeles, CA USA | 05/15/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I love this album so much!! Freddie does what he does best and sings from his heart with the greatest delivery. "Love me like there's no tomorrow" is one of my favorites. This album is much recommended to any Queen fan. He is/was so great. I love you Freddie!!!!"