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Posted: 05 Oct 08, 18:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

any news from the show?? setlist etc..



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Posted: 05 Oct 08, 21:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote


Hi

Just got back from Hamburg - Great show - a lot of spirit - better than Berlin.

The tracklist can be found at:

http://queentour2005.wegotit.at

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Posted: 05 Oct 08, 21:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Just got home after a 4 hour drive - went to Hannover & Hamburg this weekend. Both great shows with the band enjoying themselves. Brian joking about Roger's silver shoes etc.

German Queen Fanclub for some reason was allowed to enter 15 minutes early. People like Niek and me, who were there WAY BEFORE those people lost their first row place because of this.... Very VERY strange to see people arriving at 4 o'clock while we've been there since 12 o'clock - and yet THEY get the first chance to enter...

Not to even BEGIN talking about some of the 'moves' some people seem to enjoy during SUSO, CLTCL etc.... 


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Posted: 05 Oct 08, 22:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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Intro (Cosmos Rocks)
Surfs Up...Schools Out
Tie Your Mother Down
Fat Bottomed Girls
Another One Bites The Dust
I Want It All
I Want To Break Free
C-lebrity
Seagull
Love Of My Life
'39
Bass Solo incl Under Pressure/Another One Bites The Dust
Drum Solo
I'm In Love With My Car
A Kind Of Magic
Say It's Not True
Bad Company
We Believe
Guitar Solo
Bijou
Last Horizon
Radio GAGA
Crazy Little Thing Called Love
The Show Must Go On
Bohemian Rhapsody
Encores:
Cosmos Rockin'
All Right Now
We Will Rock You
We Are The Champions
God Save The Queen

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Posted: 06 Oct 08, 02:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Tell us about those moves Pim!!:)

I had a good show, sound was gr8. The sound and show was better then 2 years ago, but i didnt leave with that feeling that they 'really' were the champions.
Maybe i am getting 2 old;) Seen everything........

Best song was imho Bijou and the worst Seagull...

Eventho the 'new' songs dont do it for me on the album.. were they better hearing live.



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Posted: 06 Oct 08, 03:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Pim Derks wrote: Just got home after a 4 hour drive - went to Hannover & Hamburg this weekend. Both great shows with the band enjoying themselves. Brian joking about Roger's silver shoes etc. German Queen Fanclub for some reason was allowed to enter 15 minutes early. People like Niek and me, who were there WAY BEFORE those people lost their first row place because of this.... Very VERY strange to see people arriving at 4 o'clock while we've been there since 12 o'clock - and yet THEY get the first chance to enter... Not to even BEGIN talking about some of the 'moves' some people seem to enjoy during SUSO, CLTCL etc.... 






I saw you standing in your orange shirt. Nice to have a Dutch touch in German territory:) I was standing in front of the catwalk and no problems there, nice audience.

This show was WAY better than Antwerp, the mood was better and also playing. The boys really looked like enjoying playing, Brian was in a good mood and no mistakes were made. Paul is getting better in remembering the lyrics. Seagull was not bad at ALL! I love the song, Paul did a great job. Highlights were We Believe (really great live) Bijou and Say It's Not True


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Posted: 06 Oct 08, 04:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Orange shirt? I was wearing a black sweater...

About those moves - some of the fans who travel ALL around Europe seem to have been so brainwashed that they have created dance routines during Surf's Up, CLTCL and about every other track. It's soooo annoying if you just want to enjoy the music and some dude keeps taking pictures of himself and his friends with the show in the background. Especially if the dude is in front of you, even though you waited waaaaay longer yourself.


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Posted: 06 Oct 08, 05:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I was there, too. It was a fantastic show, the boys were in a very relaxed mood, sometimes funny and very self-confident. Brian played god-like in the first part of the show, TYMD was breathtaking. Some minor mistakes (or better: timing problems) in the middle of the show, and his solo was a bit contourless, but all in all he played a great set. Roger was cool, he looked fit and relaxed, he did a fine job, too. I loved all the songs he sung by himself, even AKOM (which I normally don't like too much). Paul's voice was in good shape, as was Brian's and Roger's. All vocals were really strong. I wouldn't be surprised if some of the backing voices came from the mixing desk ... they were almost too perfect. 
What were the highlights of the show? I guess, everybody had a different reception. For me it was 39, the beginning of the show with SUSO, TYM, FBG, IWIA and AOBTD and Paul's "Bad Company". Oh, and I really liked Roger's solo and his songs. I had great expectations about the "Freddie" parts, but It wasn't as overwhelming as I had been expecting. I'd rather have him in flesh and blood. The sound was good, the lights and the screen were really beautiful. 
It was a shame that I couldn't get a ticket to the floor level. I tried to get by the controls, but they had a double checkpoint. I had a seat with perfect view, but the people in my section were asleep, I think. Very cool and "sophisticated", but that's so typical for a Hambrg audience. I'm glad, some Dutch and Scandinavian people had made their way to Hamburg ;-)
Now I hope someone has recorded the show, I'm sure I would listen to it very often!


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Posted: 06 Oct 08, 07:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



Pim Derks wrote:

Just got home after a 4 hour drive - went to Hannover & Hamburg this weekend. Both great shows with the band enjoying themselves. Brian joking about Roger's silver shoes etc. German Queen Fanclub for some reason was allowed to enter 15 minutes early. People like Niek and me, who were there WAY BEFORE those people lost their first row place because of this.... Very VERY strange to see people arriving at 4 o'clock while we've been there since 12 o'clock - and yet THEY get the first chance to enter... Not to even BEGIN talking about some of the 'moves' some people seem to enjoy during SUSO, CLTCL etc....


well, the same thing happened at both italian concerts and i didn´t have a problem with that at all, although i drove 2 days to get there (from berlin). i think it is just fair that the dedicated local fans are allowed to stand in the first row at "their" concert and i am pretty sure that most of them would have been queing as early as you without the fc-early entrance-possibility. maybe you shoud give your fc a call for rotterdam. most people who are driving around europe  make crazy moves because they want to have fun, thats what beeing in first rows of rock concerts is all about and i know that the band appreciates this.


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Posted: 06 Oct 08, 09:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Pim Derks wrote: Orange shirt? I was wearing a black sweater... About those moves - some of the fans who travel ALL around Europe seem to have been so brainwashed that they have created dance routines during Surf's Up, CLTCL and about every other track. It's soooo annoying if you just want to enjoy the music and some dude keeps taking pictures of himself and his friends with the show in the background. Especially if the dude is in front of you, even though you waited waaaaay longer yourself.

If somebody can understand your words,- so that's me. I wasn't in Hamburg, but I was in Berlin. And some jerks shouted behind me and poured their German beer from time to time on my coat(I think they had pretty much of drink even efore concert). And plus they made photos and whistled. I wish I could have something havy in my hand... Really, people shouldn't drink anything else exept water at the concert...

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Posted: 06 Oct 08, 13:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



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Really, people shouldn't drink anything else exept water at the concert...


that´s the true spirit on rock´n´roll  ;-)


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Posted: 06 Oct 08, 14:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Pim, it was not only GERMAN fan club members who had priority access, it was fan club in general or people who had bought from the German Fan Club. The tickets sold by the German FC had "fanclub" printed on them, that was one way to get priority access. The membership card of the OIQFC was another way. Surely, Hannie can get a similar agreement with the promoters for Rotterdam.


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"I had a seat with perfect view, but the people in my section were asleep, I think. Very cool and "sophisticated", but that's so typical for a Hamburg audience. 
.....

Now I hope someone has recorded the show, I'm sure I would listen to it very often!"

Please read that again, maybe you notice the contradiction. If people record they are usually looking "cool" and unmoved.



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Posted: 06 Oct 08, 15:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Wow, that could mean about 8000 different recordings from Hamburg ... ;-)

In fact, when I was at the "The Who" concert last year - which had a similar audience, age wise, - the people were  even more restrained than yesterday. Hamburg is infamous for such behaviour. Nobody wants to give away something personal. But yesterday there were enough people willing to sing or move to keep the mood swinging. It's only a pity that those weren't around me.



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Posted: 06 Oct 08, 20:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



- dragon-fly wrote: Really, people shouldn't drink anything else exept water at the concert... 


- knebworth wrote: that´s the true spirit on rock´n´roll  ;-)

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Posted: 07 Oct 08, 08:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I couldn't expect such reaction for such a trifle. I don't know how about you, but my thoughts were only around Queen. I didn't want anybody to annoy me at the show. I saw them first time!

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Posted: 08 Oct 08, 14:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I have found some clips of this concert on the net..

For all u lazy people out there.. i put all i could find so far on a list. If everybody did this for each concert we do get a nice view of the concerts..

If u have something tom add just copy, paste and add, so we keep it together. From the opening to the end would be nice!!

Opening scene: http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=bZGw2heJmWo

Fat Bottomed Girls: http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=LB6DmEC4WuI

Love of my Life: http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=FsBVWsXhSZY

Guitar solo: http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=UIbYd8vPB7c

Radio Gaga: http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=aCIjC95SxHg
and: http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=o1hzlbKpy68

We Will Rock You: http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=i9cv1ya8pdM

We are the champions: http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=-nxfStTPn50 I am visible at 0.30:) somewhere there!!!


It would be nice if other concerts would ahve the same.. I am to lazy for that;)

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Posted: 08 Oct 08, 14:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

and i add the review from lord_bumbury

Orelse we have 2 treads about Hamburg.

Hamburg Review:

The concert was in the Color Line Arena - a venue used for ice-hockey games with capacity of 16 000 - the biggest venue in Hamburg. As usual everything was clear, there was no hustle and bustle, and the concert kicked off at 20:05.
Before the beginning we could hear a whole album of Jimi Hendrix. Then came some thunders, which made my guts dance in my stomach. Afterwards came the intro of Cosmos Rockin', Surf's Up School's Out and Tie Your Mother Down. The band was in good shape.
The first songs were mostly fast with the likes of I Want It All and I Want To Break Free in there. Brian missed the beginning of the solo I Want To Break Free, but it really doesn't matter if you are in the hall. You hear all those on the recordings we share at www.queenzone.com, but it really doesn't matter in the hall. Paul sang his accoustic Seagull, before he went off stage and left Brian alone on the catwalk. He played Love Of My Life and half of '39 and said we were the best quire in the world, so he needed some assistance. Out of nowhere there was a bass drum and a chair next to him. Roger came and they played the first chorus. Then they stopped again, and the whole band came - the fabulous Spike Edney with an accordion, Jamie Moses and Danny Moranda on guitar and bass.
Then only Roger was left on stage with a small set of drums, which evolved to a whole set during the solo. He had his best shoes on for Hamburg, he said. Before that he played a solo on the electric bass with his sticks, which was cool. After the drum solo came of course I'm In Love With My Car, followed by A Kind Of Magic, sang by Roger and performed great. I couldn't help dropping some tears at Say It's Not True..., sang as on the album with Roger beginning, Brian continuing and Paul ending it in a great fashion.
Bad Company. With a real piano on stage, and Paul singing great. The guitar solo was long and consisted from Brighton Rock, Bijou and Lost Horizon. On Bijou there were pictures of Freddie on the screen that we couldn't see from our positions.
Then came more hits, but also new songs, including We Believe, which was great live. Another tear. I really hoped to hear Warboys, but perhaps later on this tour. They didn't play Hammer To Fall, though. The Show Must Go On was played just before Bohemian Rhapsody. Paul completely lost the lyrics of The Show Must Go On, sang part of the first verse in the second and missed some intervals. Luckily for him then the solo came and after it he could sing further.
After the Bohemian Rhapsody there was a short pause, after which the band played the whole Cosmos Rockin', All Right Now, We Will Rock You and We Are The Champions. During We Will Rock You Brian looked a bit tired of playing the same song again, but it could well be that I was tired from the concert which lasted for more than two hours by then. And I am not 60!




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Posted: 20 Oct 08, 13:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

keeping the Hamburg thread complete ....

youtube channel hannover and hamburg

http://www.youtube.com/user/ttoenne%3CBR

from thread: http://www.queenzone.com/queenzone/forumnew/forum_topic_view.aspx?Q=1143237