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CD - USA - first edition.

Artist Queen
Published 1991-02-05
Type Studio
Genre Hard rock, Progressive rock, Rock, Soft rock
Themes Self-reflection, life

Innuendo is the fourteenth studio album by Queen released on 1991-02-05 and produced by David Richards and Queen. It was the first to be published by Hollywood Records who bought and republished the entire Queen discography. It was also the last studio album that Freddie Mercury was alive to see its release. The songs of the album are mostly hard rock, but there is also some progressive rock, traditional rock, and some soft rock.


I was a huge fan of Queen in my teens and had already bought several of their albums before finally getting this one. I think my delay was because I already knew so many of the songs from earlier compilations I had bought. The song I Can't Live With You became an anthem for me when my high school girl friend and I broke up and got back together.

I own this album on CD.

Track Listing

Track Title Writer(s) Vocals Rank Rating
1 Innuendo Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor Freddie Mercury 3 Rating-8.svg
2 I'm Going Slightly Mad Freddie Mercury Freddie Mercury 5 Rating-6.svg
3 Headlong Brian May Freddie Mercury 6 Rating-6.svg
4 I Can't Live With You Brian May Freddie Mercury 10 Rating-5.svg
5 Don't Try So Hard Freddie Mercury Freddie Mercury 7 Rating-5.svg
6 Ride the Wild Wind Roger Taylor Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor 4 Rating-7.svg
7 All God's People Freddie Mercury, Mike Moran Freddie Mercury 11 Rating-2.svg
8 These Are the Days of Our Lives Roger Taylor Freddie Mercury 2 Rating-9.svg
9 Delilah Freddie Mercury Freddie Mercury 9 Rating-5.svg
10 The Hitman Freddie Mercury, Brian May, John Deacon Freddie Mercury 12 Rating-1.svg
11 Bijou Freddie Mercury, Brian May Freddie Mercury 8 Rating-5.svg
12 The Show Must Go On Brian May Freddie Mercury 1 Rating-10.svg

The album's total score is 1,091.


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