Queen: Death On Two Legs

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This week’s #PrivateJam comes from London-based duo Crispin Finn, who chose Queen’s “Death On Two Legs,” which for them is “a driving and work/print harder song” full of “all these amazing backwards silenced crash symbol sounds.” The creative pair tells us that, beyond their current obsession with Brian May, they love this track because not only is it “one of the best put down/two fingered salute songs of all time” but with the provocative line “Do you feel good, are you satisfied?” they feel “everyone should wake up and say this to themselves in the morning before they start their day.”