Queen ‎– Innuendo

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Virgin EMI Records ‎– 00602547202819
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Gatefold
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A1 Innuendo
Classical Guitar [Spanish Guitar] – Steve Howe
A2 I'm Going Slightly Mad
A3 Headlong
B1 These Are The Days Of Our Lives
B2 Don't Try So Hard
B3 Ride The Wild Wind
C1 All God's People
Keyboards – Mike Moran
C2 I Can't Live With You
C3 Delilah
D1 The Hitman
D2 Bijou
D3 The Show Must Go On

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Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering, Portland, Oregon
Cut by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios, London, U.K.
2015 2LP complete reissue available for the first time on vinyl - individual black copy.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602547202819
  • Label Code: LC 01846
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side One Runout, Etched): BF85889-01 A1 4720282 MILES ABBEY ROAD 1/2 SPEED
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Two Runout, Etched): BF85889-01 B1 4720282 MILES ABBEY ROAD 1/2 SPEED
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Three Runout, Etched): BF85889-02 C1 4720284 MILES ABBEY ROAD 1/2 SPEED
  • Matrix / Runout (Side Four Runout, Etched): BF85889-02 D1 4720284 MILES ABBEY ROAD 1/2 SPEED

Other Versions (5 of 271) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CDP 79 5887 2, CDPCSD 115 Queen Innuendo(CD, Album) Parlophone, Parlophone CDP 79 5887 2, CDPCSD 115 UK 1991 Sell This Version
CDP 795887-0, CDP 79 5887 2, CDPCSD 115 Queen Innuendo(CD, Album, Ltd) Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone CDP 795887-0, CDP 79 5887 2, CDPCSD 115 Europe 1991 Sell This Version
HR-61020-2 Queen Innuendo(CD, Album, RE) Hollywood Records HR-61020-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
EN-4012, EN - 4012 Queen Innuendo(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Thomsun Original, Thomsun Original EN-4012, EN - 4012 Middle East 1991 Sell This Version
453 Queen Innuendo(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Brawo 453 Poland Unknown Sell This Version

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RMlegshaver

RMlegshaver

November 26, 2020

To me this pressing sounds absolutely fantastic. I never really got into this album until I bought this. My pressing is flat, quiet, and just sounds better and better when I turn up the volume. I have not heard an original pressing but I will not be seeking one out. I am very happy with this pressing.
brksi

brksi

November 9, 2020
Awful pressing. SQ - very low, avoid, avoid this one
Obywatel

Obywatel

June 3, 2019

A very average sounding pressing. The Show Must Go On on early 1990's unofficial Polish cassette tapes had a greater impact than it has on this LP.
steppewolf

steppewolf

September 25, 2018

I have Queen - Greatest Hits I which is also half speed remastered at AR and it sounds simply stunning. After that I also purchased Greatest Hits II and now this version which are also half speed remastered at AR but something seems to be lacking. The sound is not "there", not encompassing the listener. There's this slight feeling of compression throughout the album.
amerkatz

amerkatz

July 29, 2018
I am curious, the barcode is different on my copy. Unless I over looked it, I didn’t see “050087328979” with any version, however the runout matches this posted version. I suppose it really doesn’t matter.
I’m any case, when this cd was released in 91/92 I think, I listened to it religiously. And thought as far as the production, it was nearly flawless. Fast forward to today, I’m very happy to see the full song times on the LP but not so sure if I like the sound so much. My copy is very “dry” for lack of a better word. Mays solos are either buried within close frequencies, or jumps out as if the forgot to mix properly. Mercury’s voice sounds les vibrant as I remember, and a bit less punchy. Decon’s tracks a little muddy at times, and Taylor’s drums ... well a little less present on some tracks and a bit over present with a wee bit of a distorted sound on the kick and lower range toms. With all of that said I still like the record(s). It is possible maybe I simply purchased a lemon of a copy.. listen and be well!
Ramzy

Ramzy

December 17, 2016
Bit of a strange move to fiddle with the tracklisting on a supposedly definitive reissue. Why have These Are The Days... and I Can't Live With You been switched? An early version of the running order maybe? Something to do with the fact they found new tapes during the remastering process? An accident?
lauener.gilles

lauener.gilles

October 23, 2015
My opinion is about the vinyl not the music. Sometime the reissues are good like the last Led Zeppelin reissues sometimes they are not. This one is bad but the marketing was good. So What ? Freddie's voice is sometimes metallic and distant. On "The show must gone" the first time that Freddie say Show must gone, this voice go away. This is totaly criminal. I have compare this vinyl to the 1991 CD version from EMI (I use a Swiss thorens 165 and a Carry CD reader with ASW Speakers a quite good material). The resulat is that the CD sound much better, than the LP. Freddie's voice is clearer warmer and all the rest. In conclusion, mastered by Bob Ludwig, at Gateaway Oregon, cut at Abbey road Studio in half speed is for this LP Reisues juste marketing.