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"Tenement Funster" was written by drummer Roger Taylor for the band's 1974 album "Sheer Heart Attack".

Taylor sang the lead vocals for the track, as well as all of the backing vocals. The backing track consisted of Taylor's drums, Freddie Mercury's piano, John Deacon's bass and Brian May's Red Special guitar. It's a typical Taylor track about youth and rebellion and also includes echo effects with May's guitar, as in "Brighton Rock" off of the… read more

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  • Avatar for AndyWorck
    The beginning reminded me of The Who a little, gotta admit.
  • Avatar for MikeySchenker
    Get a Bowie vibe myself a little bit... nice one!
  • Avatar for Fearrademi
    Great Tune! & For Ever Timeless!
  • Avatar for Fearrademi
    Great Tune!
  • Avatar for IBrokeTheOath
    Wow. This is like Roger Daltry singing for Queen.
  • Avatar for KingsAndQueen
    This is absolutely great. Roger is a genius. I don't think it sounds like The Who at all.
  • Avatar for ayethevizier
    The Who??? Maybe 5%. Some of the harmonies are Who-like, but that's about it. The arrangement and instrumentation are all Queen.
  • Avatar for ColeenG
    Sheer Heart Attack is my favorite Queen album
  • Avatar for ROMaster2
    Sounds an awful lot like The Who.
  • Avatar for astrala122
    офигительно...

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