Queen - Brian May Hated Studio Experience In Munich

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Queen guitarist Brian May is convinced the Munich, Germany studios where the band filmed the video for One Vision are cursed with bad luck.
The guitarist admits he never felt comfortable recording at MusicLand Studios - because the place had an awful vibe.
He says, "It was a real strange place... (Led) Zeppelin did a lot of recording down there, as did Deep Purple... but it was an utterly depressing place... and people used to commit suicide by jumping off the top of that building quite frequently.
"They have this thing in Munich called The Fohn (wind) and when The Fohn blows... people go nuts and they commit suicide. It's a studio down in the depths of this huge high-rise building... with no windows and no contact with the outside world."
Queen also recorded Another One Bites the Dust and Crazy Little Thing Called Love at MusicLand.


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