11/4/14-New Queen Song vs. AIDS

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Freddie MercuryQueen has released the song "Let Me In Your Heart Again," with vocals from the late Freddie Mercury, as part of Coca Cola and (RED)'s campaign to help combat AIDS.
The song has been remixed by William Orbit for this release using Mercury's original vocals. Other artists that have lent their music to the "Share the Sound of an AIDS-Free Generation" include Aloe Blacc (Together is out November 10), Wyclef Jean Featuring Avicii (Divine Sorrow, November 17) and OneRepublic (I Lived (RED) Remix, November 24).
Queen's Brian May released a statement on the cause. "It's been 23 years since the world lost our beloved Freddie Mercury. We've made extraordinary progress in the fight against AIDS in that time. But we cannot simply rest on the fact that the treatment is available. We must ensure that it is provided. Roger and I are proud to lend this rediscovered song to the (Coca-Cola) RED campaign, in the hope that Freddie's powerful voice can inspire the world yet again."

Written by: Barry Scott

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