madamimadam' date='Jun 17th 2014, 8:17 PM
newbornidentity · 11m
Heather and I saw Queen at a tiny show in Burbank yesterday! Here’s a BuzzFeed post I did about it:
Silvia' date='Jun 17th 2014, 8:30 PM
Marie (and others), have you been following Queen fans today to see what they are saying?
Love2Lurk' date='Jun 17th 2014, 8:47 PM
I just quickly looked at Queenonline & QueenFB....
Both seemed to be mostly Glamberts going on about Love Kills.....in a good way...not OTT....
There were more Queen purists on FB...making snarky remarks....not as bad as usual though :rolleyes:
Most were complaining about ...the short set list....Paul could sing longer :rolleyes: :haha:Silvia' date='Jun 17th 2014, 9:37 PM
Do they think the world concerts will be 45 min each? :haha:
I guess that's an improvement if that's what they are complaining about.
Love2Lurk' date='Jun 17th 2014, 10:09 PM
MTE :rolleyes: :haha:
Could be worse :haha:
vampfever' date='Jun 17th 2014, 8:51 PM
This was in a thread regarding Love Kills. (Not on a Queen board, but on a Queen section of a board) The comments are rated most agreed with to the lowest. So the first comment is the most popular.
Wow, he killed it. Perhaps I was able to enjoy it a bit more than Lambert's other Queen "covers" as a result of the fact that I have no live frame of reference.
I really liked it, and it seems like a new Queen song albeit one written by Freddie. I think it helped that it is "obscure" so they can put their own spin on it without being instantly being compared to the original lineup.I am starting to wonder if a new Queen + Adam Lambert album might not be such a bad idea. It can't be worse than The Cosmos Rocks.
Interesting spin on that one.
Did Queen ever play this song with Freddie?
[–]blamebravery [+1] 6 points 19 hours ago (6|0)
Wonder why they pulled that particular track out of Freddie's solo catalog.
[–]blamebravery Could be that they are putting it in the new album.
I hope not- the new albums was supposed to be the last remnants of the old Freddie material.
This should just go on the Q+A live album.
If they do make a live recording of this tour I hope it's the one I go to. But what they did with love kills was good. I was not disappointed,
Just went back looking for the original version of that- forgot that they guitared it up for the version they put on "Great Pretender" and the original was just on the 1984 single from the Metropolis soundtrack.
I like the new Lambert spin on it, but think I still prefer the extended version of Freddie's original.