Fat Bottomed Girls” is a cut from Queen’s new version of “Greatest Hits”.
The track – which features lyrics such as “Fat bottomed girls, you make the rockin’ world go round” – appeared on the band’s original 1981 greatest hits album alongside tracks such as “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “We Will Rock You”.
But it was left out of a new version of the collection, published earlier this month on Yoto, an audio platform aimed at children.
“It’s the perfect introduction to Queen’s music for musically inclined youngsters and is the perfect soundtrack for kitchen dance parties, road songs, air guitar sessions in bed…and more”, says cur down to the disc on the platform’s official website.
Despite this, he warns about the rest of the songs: “Be aware that some of these songs contain adult themes in the lyrics, including occasional references to violence and drugs. these are the original, unedited recordings. Although no speech is used, parental discretion is advised when playing this material to or near young children.”
The new version of the collection has been released by Universal Music Group after signing a cooperation agreement with the platform earlier this month.
In the coming months, Bob Marley & The Wailers and other collaborative labels, such as Motown Records and Disney Music Group, will release new records, Music Week reports.
Meanwhile, a new Freddie Mercury exhibition has opened in London featuring personal items from the late Queen frontman.
Sotheby’s extensive collection of memorabilia includes handwritten letters, personal Polaroid photographs and costumes.
Other items in the collection include a handwritten draft of “Bohemian Rhapsody”, Queen’s striking 1975 Japanese vases, works by Salvador Dali, notebooks with guest lists and dinner plans, Adidas high-top sneakers, and outfits from across his career theatrical life.
The exhibition will remain open to the public from 4 August to 5 September, free of charge and without the need for advance booking.
The items will be sold in six auctions starting September 6. You will find more information here.