"Some of the tracks on the album, like 'Body Language', were Freddie on keyboard bass."
John Deacon - 1982
"There are some things on the album which I felt came out too light, that's all. Like 'Body Language'. There's a lot of things where I felt that we became so obsessed with the rhythm side that we were afraid to turn up the guitars. Afraid to use the guitar as a force."
Brian May - 1982
"I can remember having a go at Freddie because some of the stuff he was writing was very definitely on the gay side. I remember saying, 'It would be nice if this stuff could be universally applicable, because we have friends out there of every persuasion.' It's nice to involve people. What it's not nice to do is rope people out. And I felt kind of roped out by something that was very overtly a gay anthem, like 'Body Language'. I thought it was very hard to take that in the other way. It's hard to talk about this. But there you go."
Brian May - 1998
"This is very much a Freddie thing. He was immersed in the gay world. I think it's very well constructed, it's deliberately away from the Queen concept."
Brian May - 2003
"Not really us but not a bad record."
Roger Taylor - 2003
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