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Posted: 21 Apr 05, 18:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I have Live At Wembley Stadium, but NOT Live Magic.

I know Live Magic is shorter...but I had heard that the tracks were from OTHER concerts than Wembley...If that's so, and it's any good I'll get it. But if they are all tracks from Wembley I wont buy a repeat.

Please let me know.


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Posted: 21 Apr 05, 19:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Live Magic has a mix of tracks from the "Magic" tour. Not sure where they are all from. I bought the LP when it came out and was sorely disappointed. Unless you are a completist I wouldn't recommend it.


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Posted: 21 Apr 05, 20:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

no opera part in bo rhap, no Crazy little thing called love
no guitar solo in radio ga ga, only 1 verse in WWRY the bad points
now the high points
AKOM, and the best damn sounding Another one bites the dust ever(Knebworth) UP is ok, most songs are cut in bad places



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Posted: 21 Apr 05, 21:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The Majority of Live Magic is from Knebworth, and yes, they are edited very bad... I really wish they would have just skipped that particular CD and gone on to do a FULL release of Knebworth.. I agree with William, AOBTD is awesome..


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Posted: 22 Apr 05, 00:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Worth havin' strictly for AOBTD, I'd say..

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Posted: 22 Apr 05, 03:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Live Magic is a mix of Wembley, Knebworth and Budapest.
AOBTD is truly awesome. And the roar of the audience at Knebworth at the beginning is stunning. The rest of the album - forget it !


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Posted: 22 Apr 05, 18:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Live Magic wasn't released in the US until August of 1996. In technicality, it was Queen's 24th release in the US.

Queen(September, 1973) Gold
Queen II(April, 1974)
SHA(November, 1974) Gold
ANATO(December, 1975) 3,000,000 US sales
ADATR(December, 1976) 1,000,000 US sales
NOTW(October, 1977) 4,000,000 US sales
Jazz(November, 1978) 1,000,000 US sales
LK(June, 1979) 2,000,000 US sales
The Game(July, 1980) 4,000,000 US sales
FG(January, 1981) Gold
GH(Elektra version)(November, 1981) 1,000,000 US sales
HS(May, 1982) Gold
The Works(February, 1984) Gold
AKOM(June, 1986) Gold
The Miracle(May, 1989)
Innuendo(February, 1991) Gold
Classic Queen(March, 1992) 3,000,000 US sales
Wembley '86(version 1)(June, 1992) 1,000,000 US sales
GH(Hollywood Version)(September, 1992) 7,000,000 US sales
The Queen Collection(November, 1992)
Queen at the BBC(March, 1995)
MIH(November 7, 1995) Gold
GH 1 and 2(Gold Collection)(November 14, 1995) 1,000,000 US sales
Live Magic(August, 1996)
Queen Rocks(November, 1997)
The Crown Jewels(8-CD box set of remastered first 8 discs)(November, 1998)
GH III(November, 1999)
The Platinum Collection(GH I, II and III)(September, 2002)
Live at Wembley Stadium(reissue with bonus tracks)(August, 2003)
QOFATB(November, 2004)

Queen have sold 32 million albums in the US which isn't bad as other people thought


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