10cf746e54 Queen. Personnel. The band was first approached in 1979, and as writing film music was something they had all thought about but had not yet got around to, their Manager arranged a meeting with De Laurentiis and mentioned Queen’s interest in scoring the film. Select single in the field By Format. Retrieved 7 July 2011 ^ May, Brian (22 April 2003).
Copyright (c) – Queen Productions Ltd. The album version ("Flash's Theme") is the start to the film, with part of the dialogue from the first scene. ^ "charts.de". Omnibus Press. The second example is that of the guitar driven The Hero, which closes the album in such imposing fashion. This will live in history as a notorious date because it also happens to be the day that John Lennon was shot dead outside his apartment in New York – an event which, in Queen terms, would later inspire Brian and Freddie to write two songs for the album that followed Flash Gordon; Put Out The Fire and Life Is Real (Song For Lennon) – for the Hot Space LP (1982). "Soundtrack / Queen - Flash Gordon". QueenCuttings.com. It was during these sessions that they also started work on the score for Flash Gordon.