The official Twitter account of the legendary band, Queen shared a tweet about the becoming process of the band’s 1982 album ‘Hot Space’, and the album cover seems to have a little secret behind it.
The British rock band, Queen released their tenth studio album ‘Hot Space’ on 21 May, 1982 by EMI Records. The album brought a huge fuss since the style of the band had a shift from rock to a bit of funk, rhythm, and pop music.
Queen’s collaboration with David Bowie, ’Under Pressure’ was also an important part of the album. However, today we discovered that David Bowie wasn’t the only artist who contributed to the preparation process of ‘Hot Space’.
According to the research of U Discover Music web site, Freddie Mercury was the genius behind the Warhol-inspired cover of the ‘Hot Space’ album. The cover showed the four members in separate quarters in a Warhol style painting.
You can find out how the official Twitter account of Queen explained how ‘Hot Space’ came together below.
OTD 1982 Queen released 'Hot Space' album, which included their huge collaboration with @DavidBowieReal, 'Under Pressure'. ⚡️ Here's how the album came together 👇https://t.co/0IdwAGWXt4 https://t.co/BEZ1l2inhi pic.twitter.com/6cc1UJFRKp
— Queen (@QueenWillRock) May 21, 2020