- Performer Brian May
- Title You Asked For It... Again
- Style Classic Rock
- Other formats XM ADX AUD DXD RA AU MP2
- Genre Rock
- Size MP3 1438 mb
- Size FLAC 1699 mb
- Rating: 4.8
- Votes: 239
Another World is the second studio album by Queen guitarist Brian May. Recorded at his home studio after the completion of the last Queen album, Made in Heaven, the album was released in the UK on 1 June 1998 and on 15 September of that year in the US. The album itself started as a cover album. The "Heroes" concept was to record his favourite tracks from his favourite artists, but the idea soon mutated into a full album
Little-known facts about Brian May, Queen's co-founding guitarist. Although the relatively unheralded album features neither Dio nor Ozzy on vocals, May's mate Cozy Powell played drums. 8. That grunge sounds somewhat familiar. Brian teamed up with Soundgarden for the track 'New Damage,' on which he played (shocker!) guitar. The song appeared on the benefit 'Alternative NRG' compilation. Cornell and May would later collaborate again on 'Someone To Die For,' sung by Jimmy Gnecco for the 'Spiderman 2' soundtrack.
Brian May drew upon his physics education to create the massive stomping and clapping sounds on We Will Rock You. Before he achieved rock stardom, Brian May studied mathematics and physics at Imperial College London, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in physics in 1968. I think it was one of those things which surfaces now and again in different ways. I think I wrote the song for the album thinking that I was writing it about something completely different – but I think part of it was sort of getting it out of my system. Sleeping on the Sidewalk is the only song in the entire Queen catalog to be recorded in a single take.
Brian May. Asked if the band ever looked likely to split while Mercury was alive, May replies Oh, it was breaking up the whole time! Every time we made an album it seemed like we were about to break up, because of this business of ‘what are we and where are we going?’ All of us left the band at some point, and not just one time – all the way through. May goes on to reveal the battle of egos that lay behind Queen's 1981 hit with David Bowie, Under Pressure.
Check out Brian May's gear and equipment including the Brian May Red Special Guitar, The Deacy Amp, and Brian May Skull Guitar. Brian May is the lead guitarist of legendary rock band Queen. His home-built electric guitar, called the Red Special, sets the stage for the rest of his gear. Every amp, pedal, and additional guitar act as supporting tools to his incredible tone and versatility. Originally from Hampton, London, this trophysicist studied Mathematics and Physics at Imperial College London, graduating with a BSc. in Physics with honors. Before May was playing tremolo style for Bohemian Rhapsody, he started out in a band called Smile with fellow ‘Queenmate’ Roger Taylor.
Brian May rose to rock super-stardom as the lead guitarist of Queen. He’s also earned advanced degrees in physics and is a devoted animal welfare advocate. Brian May was born July 19, 1947, in Hampton, England. In 1971, he hit the road with his band, Queen, playing lead guitar on his homemade axe, the "Red Special. In 1973, Queen released their self-titled debut album and rose to rock super-stardom with such hits as "We Will Rock You" and "Bohemian Rhapsody. May, Deacon and Taylor released Made in Heaven in 1995. It was the band’s final studio album with Freddie Mercury until the 2014 release of Queen Forever, which featured some previously unreleased tracks sung by Mercury including a lost duet with the late Michael Jackson entitled "There Must Be More to Life Than This. I really thought I was pretty good before I saw Hendrix, and then I thought: Yeah, not so good.
Single, 1996, Vinyl Experience. Album, Июнь 1998, Parlophone. 5. On My Way Up. 6. Cyborg.
|1||Otro Lugar (Another World)|
|2||The Amazing Spiderman (Mastermix)|
|3||The Amazing Spiderman (Sad Bit)|
|4||TMLWKY (Duet With Elizabeth Lamars)|
|5||TMLWKY (Original Demo)|
|6||TMLWKY (Original Instrumental Demo)|
|8||Love Token (Explicit Version)|
|9||Cyborg (From The Pinocchio OST)|
|10||Il Colossal (From The Pinocchio OST)|
|11||What Are We Made Of (From The Pinocchio OST)|
|14||Only Make Believe|
|15||Macbeth (Recorded In 1990 For A Macbeth Stage Play)|
|16||Olympic Theme (Unused Theme For The 1988 Olympics)|
|17||Sleepy Blues (Unreleased Demo)|
|18||Hard Business (Frank Stubbs Series One Opening Theme)|
|19||Hard Business (Frank Stubbs Series One Instrumental Theme)|
|20||Hard Business (Frank Stubbs Series One Closing Theme)|
|21||On My Way Up (Hard Business (Frank Stubbs Series Two Unused Theme)|