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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 05:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I was there, I heard it all !!!!

Brian : OK, kid, you're here because we're considering the possibility of enlisting you as our new lead singer.

Rog : Singer of Queen, I bet your manager never dreamed of this when he signed you up for AI,eh ?

Adam : Wow, guys, Brion, Robert, that's such an honour, Dancing Queen is so my favourite song!

Brian : Erm, yes, well, you see, we thought of you because our previous singer ...

Adam : Freddie Mercury?

Brian : No, Paul Rodgers

Adam : Who's Paul Rodgers ?

Brian : Anyway, he failed to recognize me as the sole creative dynamo of our venture, just as I was the strongest creative force in Queen even when Freddie was alive, you know ?

Adam : Oh Sure Brion, Bohemian Rhapsody, man, what a song, only you could write a song that good !

Brian : Yeah, well, what about Prophet's Song, don't you think it's better than Bo Rhap ?

Adam : The Prophet's song, you mean from the Ten Commandments, the musical I did a few years back ?

Roger : You know Brian, a song I'd like to play on the next tour, Don't Stop Me Now !

Adam : We're gonna cover McFly ? You know, my manager said that it would be best to stop doing too many covers after AI ...

Brian : Anyway, I was saying, our previous singer, PAUL RODGERS, was a bit difficult ...

Roger : Oh stop it Bri. The kid was Paula frigging Abdul's b****, don't you think he's gonna do as QUEEN told him ?

Adam : Yeah, sure. And I was wondering, will Queen's legendary bass player, er, Jim Beacon, join us ?

Brian : He felt it was shameful to collaborate with Robbie Williams and he didn't answer his phone when we offererd him to work with the lead singer of Free, so he probably won't have anything to do with you.

Adam : Oh

Roger : He wrote a letter, though, asking us to keep on playing Another One Bites The Dust and I Want To Break Free. He said he needed the royalties to keep on giving charity money to destitute girls on friday nights. Girls who can't even afford to dress properly he said. He was also adamant that we should include You're My Best Friend on our new Absolutely Best Of Greatest Stone Cold Classics or whatever.

Brian : Yeah, he's pushing it. It's not as if us two had managed to slip in Who Wants To Live Forever and These Are The Days Of Our Lives, eh ?

Adam : So guys, dear members of the jury, did I pass the audition ? Will I get to sing Bohemian Rhapsody?

Brian : No way : there's only one guy who can pull this one off : Holo-Freddie !
 



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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 06:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ouch, I love it! Jim Beacon! [img=/images/smiley/msn/teeth_smile.gif][/img]

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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 06:55 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Actually, Brian might be considering a holographic Freddie. That way, he would have no ego at all to clash with his (providing he throws Roger some food once every 20 minutes to keep him happy). Plus, you don't have to pay a hologram.



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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 11:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



ThomasQuinn wrote:

Actually, Brian might be considering a holographic Freddie. That way, he would have no ego at all to clash with his (providing he throws Roger some food once every 20 minutes to keep him happy). Plus, you don't have to pay a hologram.


Serious discussion? Hmmmmmm

But seriously, isn't it a bit dusturbing to see Roger getting so rotund? There wasn't much to him when he was younger, so there's not a lot of framework under that accumulated weight. He's looking like a Sheer Heart Attack waiting to happen!






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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 11:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



cacatua wrote:



 



ThomasQuinn wrote:



Actually, Brian might be considering a holographic Freddie. That way, he would have no ego at all to clash with his (providing he throws Roger some food once every 20 minutes to keep him happy). Plus, you don't have to pay a hologram.



Serious discussion? Hmmmmmm

But seriously, isn't it a bit dusturbing to see Roger getting so rotund? There wasn't much to him when he was younger, so there's not a lot of framework under that accumulated weight. He's looking like a Sheer Heart Attack waiting to happen!







roger isn't so heavy for a 60 year old man. Why do people think rock stars arn't suppose to age?....john lost  a few hairs, roger gained a few pounds, it happens to us all.  i'm only 38 and the gray hair is getting grayer by the day.




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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 11:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



mike hunt wrote:



 



cacatua wrote:



 



 



 



 



ThomasQuinn wrote:



 



Actually, Brian might be considering a holographic Freddie. That way, he would have no ego at all to clash with his (providing he throws Roger some food once every 20 minutes to keep him happy). Plus, you don't have to pay a hologram.



 



Serious discussion? Hmmmmmm

But seriously, isn't it a bit dusturbing to see Roger getting so rotund? There wasn't much to him when he was younger, so there's not a lot of framework under that accumulated weight. He's looking like a Sheer Heart Attack waiting to happen!







roger isn't so heavy for a 60 year old man. Why do people think rock stars arn't suppose to age?....john lost  a few hairs, roger gained a few pounds, it happens to us all.  i'm only 38 and the gray hair is getting grayer by the day.



Roger isn't so heavy for a 60 year old man? That's a pretty broad generalization! I'm 59 and fighting to get weight off because with it comes higher blood pressure (and drugs to control it), a greater chance of developing diabetes, not to mention it being hard on your knees in particular to haul it around. Then there is the general inflammation of one's blood vessels due to unhealthy eating that leads up to strokes and heart attacks.

But then at 38 you are just a pup yet. You have all this stuff yet to look forward to.








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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 11:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The phone rings, Steve Vai picks it:

Steve: Hello?
Dr May: Hi Steve, it's Brian here.
Steve: Hey Brian!
Dr May: Thanks for the lovely things you wrote about me, you're gr8!
Steve: BTW, there's this project I'm thinking about, and I want to include you
Dr May: No... sorry, I'm busy with an American Idol loser (of course I'll choose him over you).
Steve: Oh... well, would you care to join Joe and myself on the next G3?
Brian: Maybe... if I'm not producing the Black Eyed Peas!
Steve: Ok then... would you visit me next time you're in Los Angeles?
Brian: I can't - I've got a kissing session with Meat Loaf.
Steve: Sure... thanks for the call anyway.
Brian: Steve, I've got to go now: I heard the Jonas Brothers and now became their #1 fan.



John hated HS. Fred's fave singer was not PR. Roger didn't compose 'Innuendo.' Witness testimonies are often inaccurate. Scotland's not in England. 'Bo Rhap' hasn't got 180 voices.
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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 11:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



mike hunt wrote:



 



cacatua wrote:



 



 



 



 



ThomasQuinn wrote:



 



Actually, Brian might be considering a holographic Freddie. That way, he would have no ego at all to clash with his (providing he throws Roger some food once every 20 minutes to keep him happy). Plus, you don't have to pay a hologram.



 



Serious discussion? Hmmmmmm

But seriously, isn't it a bit dusturbing to see Roger getting so rotund? There wasn't much to him when he was younger, so there's not a lot of framework under that accumulated weight. He's looking like a Sheer Heart Attack waiting to happen!







roger isn't so heavy for a 60 year old man. Why do people think rock stars arn't suppose to age?....john lost  a few hairs, roger gained a few pounds, it happens to us all.  i'm only 38 and the gray hair is getting grayer by the day.



You didn't mention Brian- getting shorter???
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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 14:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I love it Fone Bone!!!!!  Thank you!
And yes, Roger is looking a little well fed.  Its funny, when they were young Roger was so incredibly, unbelievably, indescribably gorgeous and Brian wasn't hugely impressive to look at, ok, but not when he stood next to Roger and Freddie (imo - and i love Brian to bits)  but Brian aged so much better.  Brian is a good looking 60+ yr old, whereas Roger didn't age nearly as well.  I guess that was Brian's revenge for Roger being so gorgeous and getting so much attention when they were younger!

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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 16:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote







Funny how roger taylor ended up looking so similiar to how david essex looks now - considering they were both massive heartthrobs in the 70s - one blond and one dark...















If i could post a link to pics I would, but it confuses me.




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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 16:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I think you want to be deep inside Adam, don't you?


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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 16:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

erick, I even wasn't talking to you! I just liked this story and answered to the author. It seems you are too much excited about that movie, but it has no connection with me. What is very obvious, except for you of course!

Queen On Ice- well said!

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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 16:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



erick mckay wrote:



Queen On Ice wrote:



I think you want to be deep inside Adam, don't you?


Well.................................I see you instead of behave like a lady always got to the wrong ethic's side.

Look I like Adam, he has more talent than anybody else, including that member of your family that
thinks she is a singer.

Deep inside? No, I like women, have you tried instead of shooting poisined darts at guys talking to them
and trying dating them?

Try a man, you may change your mind and find true happyness.

Love you








Why exactly would I want to behave like a lady? I am very much a man.



HAHAHA you are the saddest thing on this whole site.









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Posted: 28 Aug 09, 18:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

was john not in switzerland then?.

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Posted: 29 Aug 09, 14:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It is apparent that we need the real story.  Paging fatty . . .



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