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Posted: 26 Apr 05, 17:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Just got back from the show!!! Here's the setlist

1. Intro It's A Beautiful Day (dance)
2. Intro Lose Yourself
3. Intro Reaching Out
4. Tie Your Mother Down
5. I Want To Break Free
6. Fat Bottomed Girls
7. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
8. Say It's Not True
9. '39
10. Love Of My Life
11. Hammer To Fall
12. Feel Like Makin' Love
13. Drum Solo
14. I'm In Love With My Car
15. Guitar Solo
16. Last Horizon
17. These Are The Days Of Our Lives
18. Radio Ga Ga
19. Can't Get Enough Of Your Love
20. A Kind Of Magic
21. I Want It All
22. Bohemian Rhapsody
23. Encore
24. The Show Must Go On
25. Allright Now
26. We Will Rock You
27. We Are The Champions
28. God Save The Queen

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Posted: 26 Apr 05, 17:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

thanks for the fast posting.

Sad that they had no "miracles" for holland :(

greetings


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Posted: 26 Apr 05, 18:12 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

No Miracles Helaas

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Posted: 26 Apr 05, 19:05 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I've been a Queen-fan since 1976, but since now I am a big fan of Paul Rodgers too. I've seen them perform in Antwerpen, but this was better. The audience went crazy, everybody was singing and enjoying the music. And off course Roger Taylor and Brian May were great. But for me Paul Rodgers is the one that made it happen. Just by standing out there, singing Queen songs, not trying to copy Freddie's act, giving his own bluesy interpretation of the songs we all know so well... Being out there on stage surrounded by all these hugh fans of Queen.. having the courage to do it... I think it was GOOD! I loved it, I'm glad I was there. This is gonna be a very good memory for me. And Paul.. thanks for singing and performing, you've done a great job!!!

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Posted: 26 Apr 05, 19:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It was marvelous! Incredible performance And oh my god, the lights were wonderful!

Het was fantastisch jongens, echt toppie! Man man, ik ging echt uit mn dak daar!

THE SHOW MUST GO ON!!!!!

WE ROCKED AHOY!

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Posted: 26 Apr 05, 19:26 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Omg, the crowd went crazy!!! :D

Full report tomorrow now I'm off for my bed.

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Posted: 26 Apr 05, 19:53 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hey guys,

Just got home from Rotterdam. I must say ... Brixton was special ... but this gig really rocked!!!!!!

Indeed, the light show, the setlist (or order of the songs as you like), ... the whole show went very smooth.

I had some very good critics with me (3 non-queen fans) ... and they were gazing with big eyes of disbelieve at what was happening in front of them ... it just was absolutely fantastic

We were standing beside the catwalk, a great spot may I say ... Brian was in great shape, as well as Roger and Paul seems fully recovered

The Highlights: Love Of My Life (a-gain), I Want It All, Feel Like Makin' Love and Fat Bottomed Girls ... yeah they are really getting me this time (I even started to like Last Horizon for god sake)

Liked the light-show for A Kind Of Magic, but still it is a bit weak ... faster, or just another song in it's place, ... I dunno

See ya at the Gelredome at Arnhem (I'm actually thinking of getting some Hyde Park tickets)

p.s.: some fans were standing with papers in their hands spelling out L.O.N.G.A.W.A.Y.
Brian did see that, but didn't play it ... that was a bit of a pity (although I prefer '39)


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Posted: 26 Apr 05, 20:52 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Cannot add anything new to the earlier remarks about the Rotterdam gig I think.
The band had fun and they rocked from start to finish. Amazing, this energy. And indeed the lightshow is so awesome!
A deep bow and a high five to the band of Queen + Paul Rodgers.
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Posted: 26 Apr 05, 22:16 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

What to add to that??

Definately the best show of the tour! (Honestly! ;-)

By the way: the show lasted twenty minutes longer then usual! No, the setlist was the same, but they did some extra bits and pieces like extended solo's and stuff. Also Brighton Rock lasted a LOT longer then on the other dates!

So Holland got something a little bit special afterall... ;-)

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Posted: 27 Apr 05, 02:14 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Great to hear all the positive reactions.... It's sad I've missed it.


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Posted: 27 Apr 05, 02:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

> p.s.: some fans were standing with papers in their hands
> spelling out L.O.N.G.A.W.A.Y. Brian did see that, but
> didn't play it ... that was a bit of a pity (although I
> prefer '39)"

We were shouting "Long Away" at several gigs, Brian heard us but no chance... I even told him we want to hear Long Away when I met him in Leipzig... but he didn't seem to be willing to do that.

In Budapest he decided himself that he wants to try it again (and it fit nicely with Tavaszi Szel following). I don't think we can influence the setlist in any way. And of course, in Budapest most people didn't know the words either so it wasn't a success. Don't know if Brian plays it again.

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Posted: 27 Apr 05, 04:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It was an absolutely amazing experience!!
Queen and Paul Rodgers were in excellent form!

You all shoud've seen the crowd when they played We Will Rock You and We Are The Champions!

Ebem Brian said during Love Of My Life that we were the best audience so far of this tour!!! :-D

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Posted: 27 Apr 05, 04:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The night after...WOW What an amazing esperience it was indeed! They really rocked the place and it seems like they were enjoying themselves too. Making jokes and stuff. Like Roger introducing the band and when he comes to Spike he says:"He's not from the USA, he's from no where really" LOL
The piont were it was just too big for me was when they sang These are the days of our lives. With clips of Freddie on the backgroud. I shed some tears during that song...
It was such a great evening, it happened just too fast, well off we go to Arhnem! :)


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Posted: 27 Apr 05, 04:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Shame there's still no Seagull... Are we gonna hear it again...?

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Posted: 27 Apr 05, 05:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Seagull? Mwah, not to keen on that

Roger also sang during TATDOOL

"And I look, and I find ... Brian May"

Brian nailed the solo note for note by the way (better than in Brixton)


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Posted: 27 Apr 05, 07:35 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

This was BY FAR the most impressive thing i've ever expierenced (wrong spell but ok haha) Now off to buy tickets for Gelredome, won't miss that for gold.

Om kippenvel van te krijgen zo goed!


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Posted: 27 Apr 05, 08:04 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I'm not surprised - Dutch audience is always good. But the Italian gigs must have been great too :-)

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Posted: 27 Apr 05, 08:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Mr. Scully wrote:

I'm not surprised - Dutch audience is always good. But the Italian gigs must have been great too :-)


Yeah, we rocked :-)


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Posted: 27 Apr 05, 09:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It was a great show, I'm still impressed! They still rock!


[ Ahoy' Rotterdam, April 26th ]|[ Rhein Energie Stadion Köln, Juli 6th ]|[ Gelredome Arnhem, July 10th ]
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Posted: 27 Apr 05, 10:13 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"Roger also sang during TATDOOL

"And I look, and I find ... Brian May""

The same in the Prague...