(Posted in another trhead)
So I went there and all I can say is that IT ABSOLUTELY ROCKED! I was a little esceptic, but it was just awesome, I didn't expect that feelings.
The show started with a reduced version of the Track 13 and then came the so-called 'surprise': Eminem's song. I didn't see the point of that.
Anyway, Paul appeared, sung a few lines and that heavy unforgetable guitar sound made me get goose gimples at the time I shouted to my friend (who challenged me to guess the first song): I was right! Tie Your Mother Down! And like a school-girl I started shouting and rumbling on my chair at the time I saw my legends playing a song I have been always listening as a record, but this time they were playing it live for me.
This is what someone who has always dreamed of assisting to a Queen concert feels when they finally get tha chance.
Thos who said that this tour is a fake and should not be done are ignorants: I still want more!!
Well, the concert went surprisingly fine. I didn't hear Paul until then, and I got really impressed of his voice. He didn't outstanded a lot, as the main characteres were our two guys. The three were on fire, and it seems like time doesn't affect to Brian, as he still rocks.
I find that shamely the Rodger's songs didn't fit well, cause it ruined the climax (IMO). Although the people on the stands (where I was) were singing along and waving arms and that sort of things, just a very little few people stood up throughout the concert. The fact is that I feel like people were so atonished that didn't know how to act. At least is what I felt... I just wanted to stand up and jump and sing along, but people didn't seem to share my feelings.
But that changed when all the stadium keep quiet while Freddie sang the first part of Bohemian Rhapsody. People went crazy when the opera section was playing and finally all the stadium stood up and jumped, and screamed and went mad when the rock section exploited.
The whole concert was very touching. Freddie wasn't forgotten, Freddie was there. Things like the empty chair when singing Love of My life. The clips of Freddie on the screen. It was another tribute.
As I said, Paul didn't seem to try to imitate Freddie, and that's really good and hopeful for forcoming projects.
As other people have pointed, Roger couldn't reach some notes during I'm In Love With My Car. And Brian's solo wasn't brilliant. But in the end I have had the best concert I woulnd't have expected.
Note: During The Show Must Go On, a Catalan flag was standed on Brian's mic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
Note2: During We Are The Champions, a guy with a typical catalan cap appeared on stage and ran across the catwalk reaching Paul with the intention of put the cap in Paul's head. Paul got scared ant the bodyguards knocked that bastard out. It seems it's a famous bugger that appears in football matches and those kind of shows if you pay him.
Sorry for my english.
An interview? Oh, don't be ridiculous...