Queen & David Bowie – Under Pressure



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  • Song Name: Under Pressure
  • Artist Name / Band Name: Queen
  • Featuring: David Bowie
  • Produced By: David Bowie & Queen
  • Album Name: Greatest Hits (North America)
  • Release Date: October 26, 1981
  • Genre: Rock
  • Record Label: EMI, Elektra
  • Written By:  John Deacon, David Bowie, Roger Taylor, Brian May  & Freddie Mercury
  • Performance: Peaked at No. N/A
  • Sampled In: N/A
  • Cover By: N/A
  • Remixed By: N/A

Queen & David Bowie – Under Pressure Review

“Queen” a sensational and exquisite singer sang a beautiful rock song with his co-singer who is the most handsome and a person with delightful rocking voice “David Bowie.” “Under Pressure” was premiered on 26 October 1981. This pretty track was written by both of Queen and David Bowie’s their self. Producers of this song were also David Bowie and Queen. This music track was the rock genre of music. This enchanting Track was used to hit the number one rank in every concert, competition or else. It’s such a lovely and amazing track.

This track “Under Pressure” was highly ranked as the top most number 1 track on UK’s Single Chart consisting the top music in the world. Queen performed this song on his every live shows and concert as it was the best and great success in his entire career. The track “Under Pressure” was ranked as the 31 in top great 100 songs of the 80’s. Queen and David Bowie firstly record this song in July, 1981 in studio but premiered the song live on October, 1981. David is such an inspiring personality as he gave great rocking hit songs back to back and Queen is just an Amazing Singer.

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  1. Queen is a legendary rock group fronted by Freddie Mercury, who is NOT A WOMAN!!!! Gay – yes, woman – no.
    And aren’t you forgetting some of the greatest rock songs ever are by Queen?
    We will rock you…
    We are the champions…
    Bohemian rhapsody… (Voted by rolling stones mag as greatest rock song ever)
    It goes on & on & on…
    Shame on the writer!!!
    A little research would be appreciated…


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