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If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?

 
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If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?
Would his music style change with the times?

Would he still be able to create classic kick-ass rock songs?
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Re: If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?
How good a song is is mostly subjective. I reckon that Queen would have put out a few more classics if he wouldn't have died at the time that he did. Also, not a Lennon fan, but I would love to hear what he would have released if he had have been able to release stuff in the 80s and 90s.
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Re: If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?
in my opinion Queen's best album.. although there is 3 others I like as well:


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Re: If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?
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Re: If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?
Would his music style change with the times?

Would he still be able to create classic kick-ass rock songs?
 Quoting: EarthSkies


not with Freddie the film indicates he was the driving force behind their becoming very pop sounding and their major sales.. before that they were a progressive hard rock band that indulged in a mystical fantasy sound.

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Re: If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?
Cant stand Queer, I mean Queen

anyway the guy was a proper marmite miner

its the same with the beatles, cant stand them either, pure scouse dross
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Re: If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?
The songs in his latter years were very good on a technical level but not as good musically as he produced in the middle years with Queen. JMHO.
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Re: If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?
I don't know, I liked their stuff from near the end and the highlander soundtrack.
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Re: If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?
Cant stand Queer, I mean Queen

anyway the guy was a proper marmite miner

its the same with the beatles, cant stand them either, pure scouse dross
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You just stated that you dislike Queen because their lead singer was gay, and then you continued that this is the same reason why you can't stand the Beatles. Bad comparison. Fair enough if you don't like homosexuality, but I don't think that you would deny emergency surgery if you found out that the head surgeon was gay, would you? You should judge what bands sound good with your ears, not your opinions.
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Re: If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?
Freddie was a musical genius, Queen's music will never die, We will rock you, We are the Champions will always be played at sporting events.

Aids robbed the human race of a musical prostitute!

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Re: If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?
Absoutley.

Imagine how music would have sounded today if Hendrix and Randy Rhodes were still around.
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Re: If Freddie Mercury hadn't died in the early '90s, would his songs in the mid and late '90s be as good as his songs from the '80s?
Would his music style change with the times?

Would he still be able to create classic kick-ass rock songs?
 Quoting: EarthSkies


No because he would be too old and totally out of touch in today's world.