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Queen Quiz - I Want It All

Cover Artwork for Queen's Single I Want It All

I Want It All is a Queen single from their 1989 studio album The Miracle; it also featured on their second Greatest Hits and Queen Rocks compilation albums.


The song was one of only a few that was already written before Queen entered the recording studios during 1988, for what would be for their The Miracle album.


I Want It All is about having ambitions and fighting for one's own goals, appearing to feature themes related to rebellion and social upheaval. Because of this, the song became an anti-apartheid song in South Africa and has also been used as a gay rights protest theme. It's also been used as a rallying anthem for Black American youth.


During the Freddie Mercury Tribute concert held on Easter Monday, 20 April 1992, the remaining members of Queen performed I Want It All with Roger Daltrey of The Who singing lead vocals and Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath playing the rhythm guitar.


I Want It All is a live favourite, where Queen performed the song during their Queen+ tours, with both Paul Rodgers and Adam Lambert.



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Last Week's Queen Quiz

 

Our last quiz asked if you could correctly identify the lyric order for five Queen songs.


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