Reduced price due to cut out
Rare Brazilian pressing that plays the album version instead of the single re-mix that was released in most other countries
Back Chat, from the 1985 album Hot Space, was written by the bass play John Deacon and its a prime example of how Deacon was strongly pulling the band into dance orientated genres such as R&B, disco, and funk. It reached #40 on the UK Singles Chart, #18 in South Africa and a #19 entry in Ireland. The B-side is the opening track from the Hot Space album.
1, Black Chat-single version
2. Staying Power