Queen - Another One Bites The Dust - Single  » Music  »
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  • Freddie controls a track with ease in my opinion
  • In many ways it is quite sad and sombre song, but because it’s Queen, i think people just like to try and enjoy it as a classic as they maybe don’t want to see the reality behind the song
  • I enjoy how this has been adopted though in competition, with people using it when they have disposed of another opponent

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      I really like the subtle way in which the drums start this track. Simple but effective and the build up tells you what song this is, Queen, Another One Bites The Dust.

      Freddie comes in, quite simple at first and yet with the drums he just seems in complete control of this track which was cool. Freddie controls a track with ease in my opinion.

      To be completely honest. I can’t be sure if this is about a relationship or not. The jist is obviously that something has


      essentially been lost, hence the title, Another One Bits The Dust. A closer listen to the lyrics reveals that the feeling could be that a relationship could be about to end, there are many ways to hurt a man and that the man is about to find out which one is going to be used this time.

      Only this time the results could be explosive and unexpected. It’s a song that whilst it doesn’t sound that tense, I do believe the lyrics are building up to a ...


      • tense scenario. Whether this is based on a time in Freddies life I don’t know.

        There is perhaps a sense of sadness and frustration here as well though. The title suggests that this is not somebody who is lucky in love and is almost accepting the fate which is coming there way.

        In many ways it is quite sad and sombre song, but because it’s Queen, i think people just like to try and enjoy it as a classic as they maybe don’t want to see the

        reality behind the song.

        I enjoy how this has been adopted though in competition, with people using it when they have disposed of another opponent. It was used on the t.v series gladiators for years. I do find it strange though because it’s another one of Queens songs that have been adopted and perhaps not used as Freddie would have intended.

        Still a cool song though, so simple, so effective, just has you listening throughout because Freddie knows how to make even what could be quite a bland song entertaining.




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