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Freddie May And The Power Plant - Victim Of Love / Heavy With Me flac album

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Performer: Freddie May
Title: Victim Of Love / Heavy With Me
Country: US
Released: 1968
Category: Pop
Rating: 4.6 ✦

Victim of Love may refer to: Victim of Love (Elton John album), 1979, or the title song. Victim of Love (Charles Bradley album), 2013. Victim of Love (Dee Dee Bridgewater album), 1989. Victim of Love" (Erasure song), 1987. Victim of Love" (The Cars song), 1982. Victim of Love", a song by Sweet Sensation from Take It While It's Hot album. Victim of Love", a song by Bryan Adams from Into the Fire. Victim of Love", a song by Cash Cash from Love or Lust.

On the debut album – titled simply Queen, and released in 1973 – May and Taylor provided backing vocals on various tracks, something that was integral to the band’s signature sound. But Taylor sang lead on the one song he wrote, Modern Times Rock ‘N’ Roll, a blast of fast and loose heavy metal that’s done in under two minutes. Freddie sang two of them: the melodramatic ballad Save Me, and the funk rock ass-kicker Dragon Attack. The third, Sail Away Sweet Sister, was sung by May, although Freddie took the lead mid-song, and harmony vocals enhanced a grandstanding chorus in the classic Queen tradition. May also harmonizes with himself, quite brilliantly, in a multi-tracked guitar solo.

Although the title track was extracted as a single in the . and the disgraceful cover of Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode" was issued as a 45 rpm in Europe, neither made much impact. In fact, with the exception of the Friends (1971) motion picture soundtrack - consisting of mostly instrumental incidental scoring - Victim of Love was John's lowest charting album to date. Although on a temporary touring hiatus, once John returned to the road, he wisely chose not to incorporate any of the material from the project on-stage

The Powers That B is the fourth studio album, and first double album, by experimental hip hop group Death Grips. The album's first disc, Niggas on the Moon, was released as a free digital download on June 8, 2014. The first disc's instrumentation was performed entirely on a Roland V-Drum kit by drummer Zach Hill and features chopped vocal samples of Icelandic singer-songwriter Björk on every track. The second half, Jenny Death, leaked online on March 19, 2015.

Oh am I a victim of love, victim of love. О, неужели я жертва любви, жертва любви? Did you take me for a ride. Неужели ты просто посмеялась надо мной? Victim of love, victim of love. Жертва любви, жертва любви. Then I hope you're satisfied. Надеюсь, теперь ты довольна? Victim of love, victim of love. Were you only using me. Неужели ты просто пользовалась мной? Victim of love, victim of love. What a fool you made of me.

The last song Freddie Mercury recorded, "Mother Love" is part of Queen's last album, Made In Heaven, which was released four years after his death. The group's guitarist, Brian May, explained in the Days of our Lives documentary: "Freddie would say 'give me words, I will sing' so there I was writing on scraps of paper these lines of 'Mother Love. The random bursts of sound throughout the song and the strange end sounds are small segments of every Queen track ever recorded sped very fast through a tape machine and mashed together. They combine at the end with samples of Mercury's famous 'deh-doh!' vocal interludes with the crowd from Live at Wembley 1986, the synth intro to "One Vision," and a sample from his very first single, "Goin' Back" in 1972, which he performed vocals on under the pseudonym of Larry Lurex.

Victim of love, I see a broken heart You got your stories to tell Victim of love, it's such an easy part And you know how to play it so well. Some people never come clean I think you know what I mean You're walkin' the wire, pain and desire Looking for love in between. Tell me your secrets, I'll tell you mine This ain't no time to be cool And tell all your girlfriends Your "been around the world" friends That talk is for losers and fools

Elton’s 13th studio album, his last of the decade, also happens to be on of the shortest of his career, clocking in at 36 minutes. Two songs were released as singles: Johnny B. Goode and the title track. arm Love In A Cold World4:30. hunder In The Night4:40.


A Victim Of Love 2:29
B Heavy With Me 2:35

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Smooth Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Noma Music, Inc.
  • Produced For – Amos Productions, Inc.


  • Producer, Written-By – Baker Knight

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
D-245 Freddie May And The Power Plant Freddie May And The Power Plant - Victim Of Love / Heavy With Me ‎(7", Single, Promo) Diamond Records Inc D-245 US 1968
D 245 Freddie May And The Power Plant Freddie May And The Power Plant - Victim Of Love / Heavy With Me ‎(7", Single) Diamond Records Inc D 245 Canada 1968