Queen's sixth album, ‘News of the World,’ was a return to their original 'rootsier' sound.
The song's CD and 7” vinyl are now available, coupled with his Freddie Mercury inspired 'Nothin’ But Blue'.
Each released will feature an A-side representing a hit song and the B-side a deep cut written by each individual band member.
In fond memory of the quintessential and entirely irreplaceable rock frontman.
Four mighty strings and 55 mighty players: the best bassists are the ones who carve out signature sounds and play as many memorable licks as the guitarists.
Freddie Mercury said, "We wanted to play where rock music had never been played before.”
Adopted as an anthem of triumph and continually played at sporting arenas, the track gave the group their second US number 1.
The album's 40th anniversary formats help it rise 13-2, its highest position since January 1982.
This week's episode celebrates the man behind some of their biggest hits and one of the coolest basslines ever.
Roger Taylor's boisterous main body of the song was preceded by a glorious acappella section from a different concept of Freddie Mercury's.
On its initial release in September 1992, the album was an unqualified hit, peaking at No 6 in the UK album charts.
On their first live album, the band’s already famous reputation as one of the world’s greatest rock attractions was finally on record for all to hear.
The track was on the band's fifth studio album 'A Day At The Races,' and became the lead song on 'Queen's First EP.'
Queen's 10th studio album, ‘Hot Space,’ saw the band experiment with electro-disco and featured Freddie and Bowie's iconic single, 'Under Pressure.'
The latest instalment celebrates what is undoubtedly one of Queen’s greatest classic hits.