Sunday, 10 April 2011

Love kills - Freddie Mercury

Giorgio Moroder made a restoration and new edit of 'Metropolis', the 1927 movie by Fritz Lang. Moroder’s version of the film introduced a new contemporary pop music soundtrack for the film. Although it restored a number of previously missing scenes and plot details from the original release (in particular, Moroder's version restores the character of Hel, who was omitted from the original release version of the film), his version of the film runs to only 80 minutes in length, compared to the original 153 minute version.

The lead single for the soundtrack was Freddie Mercury's 'Love kills', a Moroder-produced track that sounded very similar to Queen tracks that were released around the same time. The single reached number 10 in the UK singles chart and number 4 in Ireland. It also reached the charts around Europe, but peaking at lower positions.

My collection: 7" single no. 5053
Found: Record fair, Utrecht, April 9, 2011
Cost: 1 euro
Tracks: 'Love kills' / 'Rotwang's party (Robot dance)' (Giorgio Moroder)

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