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Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury may be gone, but they will never be forgotten. 

News broke today that legendary singers Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury recorded three songs almost 30 years ago that will be released this fall. 

According to The Times of London, Michael and Freddie recorded the songs in MJ’s home studio back in 1983, but a larger project was never completed due to the two megastars’ hectic schedules. 

The three songs, “There Must Be More To Life Than This,” “Victory,” and “State Of Shock,” received release clearance back in 2011. 

Queen guitarist Brian May has confirmed that the tracks do exist and that all three will be released very soon. 

Are you interested in hearing a Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson collaboration? 

Let us know in the comment section below. 

SOURCE: The Times 

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