David Bowie and Freddie Mercury’s isolated Under Pressure vocals are stunning

Joseph McCormick January 11, 2016
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While the world mourns the death of David Bowie, here is a stunning reminder of his immense talent.

It was announced on social media today that the artist behind Ziggy Stardust had died after an 18-month battle with cancer.

The star had adopted several personas over the years and made comments about his sexual orientation on several occasions.

Bowie Mercury

Here PinkNews looks at ways Bowie challenged the public perception of sexual orientation over the years.

Released in 1981, Under Pressure saw David Bowie and Queen team up.

The track was later featured on Queen’s 1982 Hot Space album.

Some clever people have isolated Freddie Mercury and David Bowie’s vocals on the track, which are available to listen to below.

Listen below:

Like that? Click here to hear Freddie Mercury’s isolated vocals from ‘We Are the Champions’.

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