It has been reported that three tracks that are collaborations between deceased superstars Michael and Freddie Mercury of Queen, will soon see the light of day.
“We are now working on some never before released songs that Freddie made with Michael in the early-Eighties,” said Queen’s Roger Taylor. “I’m not allowed to say too much about it, but they sound incredible.”
One of the songs is a demo for The Jacksons’ ‘State of Shock,’ that was eventually recorded and released in 1984, by The Jacksons on their ‘Victory,’ album, with Mick Jagger replacing Freddie Mercury as co-vocalist.
The two other tracks are called ‘Victory,’ and ‘There Must Be More To Life Than This.’
‘State Of Shock’ and ‘Victory’ were set to come out in 2002 but the release was pulled.
This is expected to be one of many Michael posthumous releases.