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The Rare Interview Of Freddie Mercury Explains If He’s The Leader Of Queen.

The Rare Interview Of Freddie Mercury Explains If He’s The Leader Of Queen.

Queen’s legendary frontman Freddie Mercury’s fan account on Instagram, Freddie Mercury Club, has uploaded a new video about Freddie and revealed one of the rare-known interviews of him on social media.

In the interview, Freddie was talking to South American journalist Gloria Maria and asked about his leadership in the Queen. Even though Freddie was so humble in the first place, he admitted that he’s the leader of Queen later on.

At first, Freddie stated that he was not the leader of the band, he was just the lead singer, and they were all four equal people who decide together. In this way, Freddie showed how a kind person he is.

Later on, the interview insisted on learning the truth from him. Freddie said that all of the members were calling him as a leader and finally admitted that he is the leader of the legendary rock band in a sarcastic way.

Interviewer said:

“As the leader of the band…”

Freddie Mercury replied:

“I’m not the leader of the band by the way everybody calls me the leader of the band. I’m just the lead singer and… No no no there’s no such thing I’m not the general or anything.

We’re all four equal people, four members and… They seem to call me the leader of the band but I’m just the lead vocalist.”

After the interviewer asked the same question in Portuguese, Freddieresponded:

“Yes. I am the leader of the group, yes…”

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Breakthru 1989

Breakthru 1989

Link to gallery Music videoclip Breakthru 1989

“Breakthru” is a song by the British rock band Queen. Written by Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor but credited to Queen, it was released in June 1989 from the album The Miracle. The single reached number seven in the UK, and peaked at number 6 in the Netherlands and Ireland, but failed to chart in the US. The song is notable for its video where the group is performing the song on an open platform of a fast-moving steam train

Listen to Freddie Mercury’s imperious isolated vocal on Queen song ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

We’re digging through the archives to remember the world’s best rock vocalist, Freddie Mercury. A performer like no other and a personality unmatched, we thought we’d celebrate the Queen singe the only way we know how; by basking in the joyous power of his incredible vocal on his “rock opera” ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’. 

Isolated vocal tracks usually wield a great deal of power. After all, removing the cluttering noise of the band allows the singer’s emotions to triumph above all else. However, with Freddie Mercury, the heavyweight clout of such a vocal performance lands like a boxer’s right hook, dislodging our jaw in sheer amazement. 

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