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The Story Behind The Album: The Miracle

During work in progress on what became Queen’s thirteenth album, it was originally titled “The Invisible Men”, partly as a riposte to their critics and also because it appeared nearly three years after A Kind Of Magic.

During this time, the band members had been far from inactive: Roger Taylor had formed The Cross; Freddie Mercury had achieved an ambition by collaborating with the Spanish operatic soprano Montserrat Caballé and recorded the classical crossover album Barcelona (the title track being a UK Top Ten hit); Brian May played on Steve Hackett’s (ex-Genesis guitarist) Feedback 86 and also produced his future wife Anita Dobson’s hit single, ‘Anyone Can Fall In Love’; John Deacon worked on the soundtrack to the film Biggles: Adventures In Time.

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Listen to The Miracle

The Miracle (May 1989)
1Party Play
2Khashoggi's Ship Play
3The Miracle Play
4I Want It All Play
5The Invisible Man Play
6Breakthru Play
7Rain Must Fall Play
8Scandal Play
9My Baby Does Me Play
10Was It All Worth It Play
Taken from 'Queen: The Studio Collection'
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