Last year, news broke that three duets featuring Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury would soon be released. According to the Times of London, the songs had been recorded in 1983 at Jackson's home studio, but the singers never worked on a larger project due to conflicting schedules.
NME reports that all three of the songs will be featured on Queen's new album, "Queen Forever," due out in November. A William Orbit-produced version of one of the tracks, "There Must Be More To Life Than This," is now available on YouTube. Written by Mercury during sessions for Queen's "Hot Space," the ballad uses the original vocals recorded 30 years ago.