Hollywood RecordsQueen Forever, the upcoming compilation that features three previously unreleased Queen tracks, doesn’t hit stores until November 10, but you can hear segments of a number of the tunes now in a new trailer for the album. The two-minute, 18-second clip can be viewed at the band’s official YouTube channel.

The video includes snippets of all three unreleased songs featured on the record — “There Must Be More to Life than This,” “Love Kills” and “Let Me in Your Heart Again” — as well as segments from several other tracks.

“There Must Be More to Life than This” is one of two famous recordings that Queen frontman Freddie Mercury made with Michael Jackson. It was recorded during the band’s Hot Space sessions, but the backing track was never completed. Queen brought in producer William Orbit to finish the song for the project.

“Love Kills,” meanwhile, was a song Mercury wrote for the soundtrack to the 1984 restored version of the 1927 sci-fi film Metropolis, while “Let Me in Your Heart Again” was an unfinished composition from the 1984 Queen album, The Works.

The trailer also includes snippets of Queen classics and gems like “Love of My Life,” “You’re My Best Friend,” “A Winter’s Tale,” “Born to Love You,” “Bijou” and “Who Wants to Live Forever.” The music is accompanied by a montage of video clips and concert footage from throughout the band’s career.

Queen Forever will be available as a 20-track single CD and as a 36-track two-CD set.

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