The tributes continue to flow out for David Bowie. And more and more is revealed about his generosity, kindness and otherworldly talents. This stripped down, vocals-only version of his iconic collaboration with Freddie Mercury captures a sense of the genius lost. Under Pressure featured on Queen’s 1982 studio album Hot Space, and was Queen’s second track to reach number one after Bohemian Rhapsody. It was Bowie’s third number-one in the UK after Space Oddity and Ashes to Ashes. It’s not only Bowie, the track really shows off the vocal chops of BOTH men. Listen.