Queen has rolled out one of the unreleased tracks from its upcoming "Queen Forever" compilation.
The song, "Let Me In Your Heart Again," was first recorded by Queen for The Works album, but not completed at the time and has remained overlooked since then. The track shows off Freddie’s timeless vocals and features newly recorded guitar parts and new backing vocals from Brian May and Roger Taylor.
Freddie's vocals are amazing, as usual, and Brian May's new guitar parts are dead on.
The group has placed "Let Me In Your Heart Again" for sale on iTunes, with proceeds going to Coca-Cola's RED campaign to raise money for the Global Fund, which fights AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
Queen Forever comes out next Tuesday (11/11) and features two other unreleased songs, "Love Kills" and Freddie's duet with Michael Jackson, "There Must Be More to Life Than This."