Added on 30-Jul-2013
Freddie Mercury's recordings with Michael Jackson are to be released in the autumn.
Queen guitarist Brian May confirmed plans to unveil the previously unreleased duets later this year, The Times reports.
Three tracks were recorded by Jackson and Mercury in 1983, and they will be made available for the first time in late September.
May is quoted as saying that there will be "something for folks to hear" in two months' time.
Jackson and Mercury worked together in California 30 years ago, but did not release a full collection as they were unable to find time to record more tracks.
Mercury recorded a version of 'State of Shock' for the Thriller album, but it was later re-recorded with Mick Jagger as a Jacksons track.
Queen's former manager Jim 'Miami' Beach recently said that the pair fell out after Jackson brought a llama into the studio.
He said: "Mercury rang me and said: 'Miami, dear, can you get over here? You've got to get me out of here, I'm recording with a llama'."
Sacha Baron Cohen has pulled out of the upcoming Freddie Mercury biopic, citing artistic differences between himself and the surviving Queen members.
Watch Freddie Mercury discuss meeting Michael Jackson below: