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The game

Author: Queen (Musical group)
Publisher: Burbank, Calif. : Hollywood Records, 1991.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Rock music : EnglishView all editions and formats
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As one of the group's best and most successful records, The Game was full of to the point songs that included their trademark hard rock and ballads, as well as styles previously unexplored by the band; funk, disco, rockabilly, and new wave.
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Genre/Form: Rock music
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Queen (Musical group)
OCLC Number: 24805137
Notes: Compact disc.
Reissue of: EMI EMA 795 (p1980) ; Elektra S134292 (p1980) ; with bonus track.
Lyrics and full credits in container insert.
Credits: Produced by Queen and Mack.
Performer(s): Composed and performed by Queen (Freddie Mercury, vocals, keyboards ; Brian May, vocals, guitars, keyboards ; John Deacon, guitars, bass, keyboards ; Roger Taylor, vocals, keyboards, drums). This album includes the first appearance of a synthesizer on a Queen album.
Event notes: Recorded Jun-July, 1979 and in various sessions, Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany, Feb.-May 1980.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Play the game (3:32) --
Dragon attack (4:15) --
Another one bites the dust (3:03) --
Need your loving tonight (2:48) --
Crazy little thing called love (2:44) --
Rock it (Prime jive) (4:32) --
Don't try suicide (3:52) --
Sail away sweet sister (3:32) --
Coming soon (2:49) --
Save me (3:42) --
Dragon attack (1991 bonus remix by R.A.K. and Jack Benson) (4:20).
Other Titles: Play the game.
Dragon attack.
Another one bites the dust.
Need your love tonight.
Crazy little thing called love.
Rock it.
Prime jive.
Don't try suicide.
Sail away sweet sister.
Coming soon.
Save me.
Responsibility: Queen.

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As one of the group's best and most successful records, The Game was full of to the point songs that included their trademark hard rock and ballads, as well as styles previously unexplored by the band; funk, disco, rockabilly, and new wave.

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