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for EAC/APE version if interested.rnrnPug The SmokerrnrnCD: Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballe - Barcelona [P]1988rnrnrn01. Barcelona [0:05:38.72]rn02. La Japonaise [0:04:49.33]rn03. The Fallen Priest [0:05:45.67]rn04. Ensueno [0:04:21.03]rn05. The Golden Boy [0:06:04.57]rn06. Guide Me Home [0:02:40.18]rn07. How Can I Go On [0:04:01.00]rn08. Overture Piccante [0:06:40.50]rnrn# Audio CD (July 14, 1992)rn# Original Release Date: 1988rn# Number of Discs: 1rn# Label: Hollywood RecordsrnrnReviewer: Ashley C. Copley rn rnI am a lifelong Queen and Freddie Mercury fan, but am still astounded at the beauty of this album. It is but one more facet of the rngenius musician of our time. The voice of Montserrat Caballe is just incredible, and Freddie sounds great too. It really makes one rnwonder what other great musical accomplishments Mr. Mercury could have blessed the world with. I think that every Queen fan should rnhear this. "Guide Me Home" and "How Can I Go On" are very touching and beautiful, and complement each other perfectly. How can rnsomething this wonderful be relatively overlooked? This is the best cd I have ever heard, and is the most necessary music in my rncollection. If I wear it out a copy, I will immediately purchase another. This music is now a permanent part of my life, and you rnshould make it part of yours.