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Queen is using its musical talent to draw attention World AIDS Day. Drummer Roger Taylor originally penned a tune called "Say It's Not True" four years ago to help former South African President Nelson Mandela launch his 46664 AIDS awareness campaign. But the band, featuring Taylor with guitarist Brian May and singer Paul Rodgers, has recorded a new rendition of the track and is offering it as a free download. Queen has been closely connected to AIDS since losing frontman Freddie Mercury to the disease in 1991. "Say It's Not True" was issued Saturday, which was World AIDS Day. It's available for downloading from Queen's website, www.queenonline.com.

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