Hollywood Records is once again ready to release some new QUEEN music to the world and that is great news.
Originally released in 1977, “News Of The World” proved to be the band’s most eclectic album to that point, filled with varying musical styles from rock to jazz. Top that off with some Spanish influences and arena rockers that are still played weekly in sports stadiums world-wide and you have one of the greatest albums of all time.
To mark its 40th Anniversary the album is being released in a deluxe-package box set, filled with the original album remastered in 2011 by Bob Ludwig. A companion disc called “News Of The World: Raw Sessions” features the alternate versions of the album’s original 11 tracks plus a one hour documentary called “Queen: The American Dream” and much MUCH more.
This version will only be available through pre-order from the official Queen online web store located here: www.queenonlinestore.com
Order your copy today because 2017 is definitely the time to find out why Queen have been and always will be the champions… of the world!
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