Aside from being Queen’s guitarist, Brian May has been an accomplished solo artist over the years. The 72-year-old’s second solo studio album Another World was released in 1998, following Queen’s final record Made in Heaven. Another World’s title track has now been shared in its Spanish form by May himself via his social media account.
The Queen legend wrote on Instagram: “Another World – en Español.
“Thanks to @dream.of.thee for putting this together.
“My solo work isn’t very accessible in the digital world.”
May’s fans proceeded to fill the comments section with praise for the song.
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One fan wrote: “Ah, I used to listen to this version all of the time!!
“Such a beautiful song — any plans on making your solo work easier to find?
“A re-release perhaps?? Hope you’re doing well Bri! Sending you all of my love.”
Another said: “I already love this song and this album, and what i love more about your songs is that you can sing in multiple languages.”
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They continued: “I’ll always remember when you sang that little part of too much love will kill you in Italian, it’s the cutest thing ever. Sending love.”
While a fan added: “Your voice is so, so beautiful and soothing. How I wish you sang more often these days.”
And another wrote: “Your voice is so amazing, Brian. The fact that you’re singing this in the language I grew up in warms every bit of my heart.
“I hope you’re doing wonderful, sending all my thoughts. Thank you for being you.”
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The original version of Another World is seven and a half minutes long.
However, the song ends just after four before a minute’s silence.
After that, a hidden track plays just after five.
The album’s Easter Egg is the piano part for Business, but sadly isn’t included on the Japanese edition of the album.
Next year, Brian May will set off on the UK and European leg of Queen and Adam Lambert’s Rhapsody tour.
The trio have already toured Korea, Japan, Australia and New Zealand this year.
However, the pandemic saw the UK and European leg postponed until next summer.
In the meantime Queen and Adam Lambert have released charity single You Are The Champions, which they recorded remotely between London and Los Angeles in lockdown.