(......) original release 2000 by Cleopatra
: Cleopatra Records - compact disc - ......
UK : Cherry Red Anagram
Records - compact disc
Details on Track
Bruce Kulick (lead guitar)
Jeff Scott Soto (lead vocals)
Remixed by Julian Synne.
(complete list) : (lead
voals/ guitars/ remix)
Track 01 : Lemmy / Ted Nugent / remixed by Die Krupps
Track 02 : James LaBrie / Marty Friedman / remixed by
: Adam Paskowitz / John Petrucci / remixed by
Meeks & Mad City Productions
: Mark Boals / Reb Beach / remixed by Tony James &
: Jeff Scott Soto / Bruce Kulick / remixed by Julian
: Glenn Hughes / Jake E.Lee and Bob Kulick / remixed by
: Paul Shortino / Robby Krieger / (remixed by Rossetta
: Robin McAuley / Bob Kulick / remixed by Julian Beeston
: Paul Shortino / Bob Kulick / remixed by KMFDM
: John Bush / Scott Ian and Zachary Throne / remixed by
Sheep On Drugs
: James LaBrie / Bruce Bouillet and Bob Kulick /
remixed by Matt Green
: as recorded by Bang Tango / remixed by Julian Beeston
like the Van Halen 1999 tribute "Hot
For Remixes" this
album includes electronic dance versions of classic Queen songs.
Actually most of the recordings on this one are overdubbed
versions as recorded for the 1996 Queen Tribute "Dragon
which means that the drums, bass and original keyboards are
removed to make space for dance- or R&B beats.
In some way this album sounds better than the Van Halen one;
probably because some of the songs doesn't sound that metallic /
electronic. A very few tracks do not have beats now; for example
"I Want It Now" has a little Ultravox
"Vienna" feel; and "Save Me", performed by
Bruce Kulick and Jeff Scott Soto sounds like an Unplugged
version with a very few keys.
On "Keep Yourself Alive" Yngwie Malmsteen's guitars
from the Dragon Attack CD are replaced to make room for Reb