Queen ‎– Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love)

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EMI ‎– EMI 5316
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Vinyl, 7", Single, 45 RPM, Push-out centre paper label
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A Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love)
Written-By – May*
B Cool Cat
Written-By – Mercury*, Deacon*

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Label Notes:
Queen Music Ltd./EMI Music
℗ 1982 Original sound recording made by Raincloud Productions Ltd.
Manufactured in the UK by EMI Records Limited

Other Sleeve Notes:
Lyrics used by permission

There is also a version with a solid centre paper label: Queen - Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love)
There is also a version with a blue injection label: Queen - Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love)
There is also a version with a green injection label: Queen - Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side run-out etching): EMI 5316 A-3-1-1-50
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side run-out etching): EMI 5316 B-2-1-1-54

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DIF 196 Queen Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love)(7", Single, Promo) EMI DIF 196 Argentina 1982 Sell This Version
EMI 5316 Queen Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love)(7", Single, Sol) EMI EMI 5316 UK 1982 Sell This Version
1A 006-64863 Queen Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love)(7", Single) EMI 1A 006-64863 Netherlands 1982 Sell This Version
EMI 5316 Queen Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love)(7", Single, Blu) EMI EMI 5316 UK 1982 Sell This Version
EMA 797 B/4 Queen Las Palabras De Amor (The Words Of Love)(7", Promo) EMI EMA 797 B/4 Chile 1982 Sell This Version

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Eldritch74

Eldritch74

August 18, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
Exists also with a full inner part of the record, with only the little spindlle hole without push-through inner.
restless

restless

November 7, 2010
Queen were always way too over-the-top for me, i never got the opera-post-phantom-of-the-paradise-chantilly-diva circus involving a clogs-wearing guitarist.
But as exceptions confirm rules, there is one song from their entire repertoire that always melted my heart, and this song is "Cool Cat", a lascivious, simple slow-funk number coming out of nowhere considering the band's generally baroque and overcharged output.
Freddie Mercury's voice has rarely been exploring soul music, but here it is perfectly in the tone for a catchy and slick as hell 3'30 mellow ride that will leave the listener feeling indeed "cool".