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Hot Space is the tenth studio album by the British rock band Queen.
It was released on by EMI Records in the UK and by Elektra Records in the US.
May recorded its guitar solo under the influence of alcohol (after many unsuccessful attempts).
The bassline of May's "Dancer" was played on an Oberheim OB-Xa synthesiser by May.
The song itself – a fusion of rock and disco – is something of a follow-up to "Dragon Attack" from the band's 1980 album The Game in that it fuses heavy elements of music with danceable ones, as Led Zeppelin did.
Marking a notable shift in direction from their earlier work, they employed many elements of disco, funk, rhythm and blues, dance and pop music on the album.
Most of the album was recorded in Munich during the most turbulent period in the band's history, and Brian May and Roger Taylor despised the new sound, with both being very critical of the influence Freddie Mercury's manager Paul Prenter had on the singer.