David Bowie and Queen went all in when collaborating on “Under Pressure.” The union started out when Bowie reunited with Queen to record vocals for the song “Cool Cat.” But in that little studio in Switzerland, Bowie soon got bored and suggested that the dynamic duo group write a new song from scratch.
There began a 24-hour marathon of wine and cocaine. When Bowie and Freddie M. finally cross the finish line, the musical sensation known at “Under Pressure” came into existence. It’s amazing what a gargantuan amount of alcohol and illicit drugs can do to assist in the creation of new arts.
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