After three decades, duets featuring Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson will be released this fall.
The songs were recorded at Michael Jackson's home studio in Encino, California in 1983 but never completed and released. Both sides we're apparently too busy at the time to finish the demos but word from the UK's The Timesis that Freddie called Queen's manager saying, "You've got to get me out of here, I'm recording with a llama."
The three demo songs were titled "There Must Be More to Life Than This," "State of Shock" and "Victory." Queen's Roger Taylor and Brian May have promised that the songs will be ready by this fall.
Here's a taste of the song, "There's Must Be More to Life Than This."