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It reached number two on the Hot Soul Singles chart and the Disco Top 100 chart, and number seven on the UK Singles Chart.Recording sessions – produced by Reinhold Mack at Musicland Studios in Munich (West Germany) – consisted of Deacon playing almost all instruments: bass guitar, piano, electric guitar, and handclaps.The song got picked up off our album and some of the black radio stations in the US started playing it, which we've never had before.Michael Jackson actually suggested we release it as a single.In early live performances, Taylor sang lead on the chorus, as opposed to the studio version sung entirely by Mercury.
It was claimed that the chorus, when played in reverse, can be heard as "Decide to smoke marijuana", I'd been wanting to do a track like 'Another One Bites the Dust' for a while, but originally all I had was the line and the bass riff.—Roger Taylor Credit for the song should go to Michael Jackson in many ways.He was a fan and friend of ours and kept telling me, "Freddie, you need a song the cats can dance to." John introduced this riff to us during rehearsal that we all immediately thought of disco, which was very popular at the time. —Freddie Mercury The first official remix of "Another One Bites The Dust" was Phase 5's Long Dusted B-Boy Version, which was released on the Hollywood BASIC compilation BASIC Beats Sampler in early 1992."Another One Bites the Dust" is a song by the British rock band Queen.
Written by bass guitarist John Deacon, the song featured on the group's eighth studio album The Game (1980).Ogilvie also recorded his own remix in sessions for the album, but did this not feature on the final track listing. In 1998, American rapper Wyclef Jean covered and remixed the song for the film Small Soldiers.