Queen - Breakthru FLAC album
Style: Pop Rock
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Breakthru" is a song by the British rock band Queen. The single reached number seven in the UK, and peaked at number 6 in the Netherlands and Ireland, but failed to chart in the US. The song is notable for its video where the group is performing the song on an open platform of a fast-moving steam train.
Queen is the self-titled debut studio album by the British rock band Queen, released on 13 July 1973 by EMI Records in the UK and by Elektra Records in the US. It was recorded at Trident Studios and De Lane Lea Music Centre, London, with production by Roy Thomas Baker, John Anthony and the band members themselves. The album was influenced by heavy metal and progressive rock. The lyrics are based on a variety of topics, including folklore ("My Fairy King") and religion ("Jesus").
The song is notable for its video where the group is performing the song on an open platform of a fast-moving steam train. The album version of the song begins with 30 seconds of slow vocal harmony. It was apparently written by Freddie Mercury for a different song which ended up never being released, A New Life Is Born. It then abruptly changes to a fast-paced rocker, that was written by Roger Taylor. Other song versions were created by either extending or cutting the introduction.
Lyrics to "Breakthru" song by Queen: When love breaks up When the dawn light wakes up A new life is born Somehow I have to make this fina. only reach you That would really be a breakthru If I could only reach you If I could make you smile, If I could only reach you That would really be a breakthru Breakthru, breakthru. Writer(s): DEACON JOHN RICHARD, MAY BRIAN HAROLD.
Album: The Miracle (1989). Charted: 7. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Breakthru" is two songs joined together. The slow vocal harmony during the first half minute was originally "A New Life Is Born," an unreleased song written by Freddie Mercury. The remainder of the song is "Breakthru," written by Roger Taylor with some contributions from the rest of the band. Freddie Mercury said, "Breakthru stemmed from Roger, really; it's basically his track. In the music video the boys are riding a train while performing.
Queen´s bass cover of Breakthru, from "The Miracle" album, this song was recorded with a synth bass and a real bass, I´m covering both. Breakthru (Queen Cover Live) - by ute. Queen - Breakthru When love breaks up When the dawn light wakes up A new life is born Somehow I have to make this final breakthrough Now I wake up Feel. Queen breakthruJoe Targett.
Breakthru, these barriers of pain, Breakthru, to the sunshine from the rain, Make my feelings known towards you Turn my heart inside and out for you now Somehow, I have to make this final breakthru. Now! Your smile, Speaks books to me, I break up, With each and every one of your looks at me, Honey you're starting something deep inside of me, Honey you're sparking something, this fire in me, I'm outta control, I wanna rush headlong into this ecstasy. If I could only reach you If I could make you smile, If I could only reach you That would really be a breakthru Breakthru, breakthru.
Queen - Breakthru with lyrics. I'll probably make loads of plans, and then just sit around on my bottom all day long and do nothing.
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|ED 429||Queen||Breakthru (12")||Parlophone||ED 429||Australasia||1989|
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|DPRO-79746||Queen||Breakthru (CD, Maxi, Promo)||Capitol Records||DPRO-79746||US||1989|
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|4JM-44426||Queen||Breakthru (Cass, Single)||Capitol Records||4JM-44426||US||1989|
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