Death on Two Legs" could only be referred to as Freddie Mercury 's hate letter towards Queen's ex-manager, Norman Sheffield , who for some years was reputed to have mistreated the band and abused his role as their manager from 1972 to 1975; however this was later denied in an autobiography by Sheffield published in 2013 titled "Life on Two Legs: Set The Record Straight" where Sheffield denies such rumours and refers to copies of the original 1972 Queen management contracts between Sheffield and Queen included in the book as proof to back up his defence
Another of the three previously unreleased tracks from Queen's upcoming 'Queen Forever' compilation has made its way online, offering fans an early chance to hear the band's "scorching new stripped-down ballad version" of frontman Freddie Mercury's 1984 solo single 'Love Kills.'
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